The following announcement was written by FamilySearch:
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH–FamilySearch added 1M new records to its Netherlands Vital Records Archival Indexes 1600–2000, plus 500K more for Canada, Ontario Tax Assessment Rolls 1834–1899, 800K for New Zealand Electoral Rolls 1865–1957 and 1M more Catholic Church Records from El Salvador 1655–1977, Peru 1603–2016, and Venezuela 1577–1995.
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