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New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of May 7, 2018

Discover your ancestors on FamilySearch this week in nearly 300,000 images and indexed records from BillionGraves Index, more than 150,000 from Peru, Cusco, more than 130,000 from Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, and more records from Cape Verde, Denmark, Germany, Guatemala, Panama, Portugal, and Slovakia. Research 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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Collection

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Cape Verde

Cape Verde, Catholic Church Records, 1787-1957

1,839

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Added indexed records to an existing collection

Guatemala

Guatemala Civil Registration, 1877-2008

6,736

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Denmark

Denmark, Copenhagen City, Civil Marriages, 1739-1964, Index 1877-1964

12,559

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Slovakia

Slovakia Church and Synagogue Books, 1592-1935

8,788

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Portugal

Portugal, Portalegre, Catholic Church Records, 1859-1911

5,988

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Brazil

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Civil Registration, 1829-2012

136,337

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Germany

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

7,839

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Panama

Panama, Catholic Church Records, 1707-1973

146,592

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Peru

Peru, Cusco, Civil Registration, 1889-1997

1,025

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Other

BillionGraves Index

291,504

291,504

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Thank you for your message.
Janice R. Kunz
17
May
2018
Trying to find my great grandparents Robert Roberts in Scotland
Bert Webster
09
May
2018
Is he the same John Craig that was born in Dublin, Ireland in the mid 1700s and came to Canada and America and married Mary Locke. Their daughter Margaret is my ancestor.

Bert Webster
Calvin L. CRAIG
09
May
2018
Good Work, Thank You. - I am still searching for the origin of my John CRAIG, (c1760-1833). He served in the latter part of the Revolutionary War, (1775-1783), with the 84th Regiment, (Royal Highland Emigrants). We believe he was from "The Carolinas" where 5 Companies of the Regt. served. May have been a Patriot originally. Any help would be greatly appreciated. - CAL.
Maria del Rosario Recalde Baccino de Tellechea
09
May
2018
Como consultora de estaca Maroñas, Montevideo, Uruguay de Templo e indexación me siento feliz y los felicito por avances esfuerzos de esta obra maravilosa de ser salvadores en Sión .Estamos desafiando como directores a que halla más jornadas de talleres de historia familiar y de indexación y involucrando a los jóvenes que sean emprendedores a una experiencia inolvidable . Y lleven sus propios familiares a realizar su obra vicaria , escribir sus recuerdos de sus abuelos en memoria .El eslabón conexivo entre familiares continue por la eternidad.
Saluda Atte Rosario Recalde de Tellechea