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New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of April 9, 2018

Discover your ancestors on FamilySearch this week in over 2.5 million new church and civil records from BrittanyFrance and more from Peru, Ecuador, Sweden, Germany, Chile, the Netherlands, and the Ukraine. Search these new free records by clicking on the collection links below or go to FamilySearch to search over 8 billion free names and record images.

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Peru, Diocese of Huacho, Catholic Church Records, 1560-1952

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Peru, Puno, Civil Registration, 1890-2005

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Ecuador, Catholic Church Records, 1565-2011

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Sweden, Stockholm City Archives, Index to Church Records, 1546-1927

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Germany, Rhineland, Diocese of Trier, Catholic Church Records, 1704-1957

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France, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse, Church Records, 1539-1793

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Chile, Civil Registration, 1885-1932

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Sweden, Östergötland Church Records, 1555-1911; index 1616-1860

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Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Civil Registration, 1811-1950

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France, Brittany, Church and Civil Records, 1521-1896

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Ukraine, Western Ukraine Catholic Church Book Duplicates, 1600-1937

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Joann Gudzus
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April
2018
I am looking for maternal family members who lived in Ukraine. My great grandmother's surname name was BIGLOWSKY/BELOGALOSKY. Her first name was Anna b. 1854 d. 10/13/1951. Some of the records I have show the home town of Chodorkov, Kiev, Russia at their home. Anna had one son: Joseph Nathan, and 4 daughters: Bessie, Clara, Sunny and Fanny. Bessie came to America through Galveston, Texas in 1906-07 with her sister, Fanny and her father: first name unknown, possibly Robert and moved to Duluth, Minnesota. Anna, Joseph, Clara and Sunny came in 1911-12 through Ellis Island. They eventually lived in St. Paul, Minnesota with the rest of the family. Bessie married Herman Liebowitz January 2, 1910.
If you could give me any more information on my great-grandmother's family, I would surely appreciated it very much.
Thank you,
Joann Gudzus
Marilyn Bilbo
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April
2018
I am looking for a marriage certificate for Robert Hughes and Mary Matilda Holt. They were married in Salt Lake City, Utah.
vickey casey
23
April
2018
i belong to Willard library in Evansville ind i have most of my genealogy i trying to make a book
Ray
14
April
2018
Looking for Ray family in the Jura valley of France.
Terry
13
April
2018
Wondering if any partnerships exist in the near future for getting the Civil records of Ireland into familysearch. As I am sure you know, irishgenealogy.ie has them online. It would be great to be able to link those records and the images to familysearch instead of typing all the data in.
Jerry Wasserman
12
April
2018
I am also grateful for having been able to trace some of my ancestors using the familysearch data base. Unfortunately, records regarding my South African forebears are not plentiful. Also, when searching for a particular individual by name one often ends up having to wade through pages and pages containing the details of some individual who happens to share just one name of the individual being researched, often with the same details of that (unwanted) individual being repeated over and over and over again! Having said that, information derived from your records has enabled me to double-check the accuracy of already recorded information or to add to such records, knowing that those details come from a reliable source. Kind regards.
Felicity Varkevisser
11
April
2018
The progress is fantastic! But I would love to see more records from South Africa.
Grateful thanks to all concerned.
Lyndall Madden
11
April
2018
Hello! Thank you for helping me break down a brick wall re my grandmotherx3, Katharina Ingelfinger in the latest German records. I now know that she existed and even had parent and siblings! What a great job you do. Thank you again.
Jane Woods
11
April
2018
Hello! And thank you for everything! I’m waiting for records from Odenheim Germany, Baden Baden Germany and Ptock Poland. Would records from Any of these areas be available in the near future?
Thank you again for your wonderful work!
Gary Tober
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April
2018
Doc. for German Genealogy in Eastern Europe has compiled some basic info on our relatives in Plock and other areas in Poland and Volhenia.(sggee.org) Membership provides ability to access to members indexed records. For non- German Poles, Genetika.com has an entry to a number of Polish church record sources.They have some help with an English button for area headings.