The following is an announcement from FamilySearch:
FamilySearch added 3.3M new, browsable images this week from Italy, Lecce Civil Registrations 1901–1941, 2.2M more Catholic Church Records for Mexico from Distrito Federal 1514–1970, Hidalgo 1546–1971, Nayarit 1596–1967, and Sinaloa 1861–1921, plus 1.6M Catholic and Lutheran Church Records from Germany, East Prussia 1551–1992, North-Rhine-Westphalia 1580–1975, Pomerania 1544–1966, Rhineland-Palatinate 1540–1952, and West Prussia 1537–1981. Also search new censuses from DR Congo (1984) and France, Eure (1836), and more from England and the US (IL, MA, and VA).
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NOTE: The full list is very long, too long to fit in this article. However, you can read the entire list at: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-12-april-2021/
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