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SALT LAKE CITY, UT–Accelerate family disoveries this week at FamilySearch in 8M new records added to collections for Canada (Ontario Tax Assessments 1834–1899), England (Yorkshire Bishop’s Transcripts 1547–1957 and Middlesex Parish Registers 1539–1988), France (Mayenne Parish and Civil Registrations 1427–1897), New Zealand (Electoral Rolls 1865–1957), Switzerland (Catholic and Lutheran Church Records 1418–1996), and still more Catholic Records for Argentina, Bolivia, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela.
Find new facts about US ancestors in Georgia Tax Digests 1787–1900, Hawaii Voter Registrations 1920–1966 and Montana County Voting Records 1884–1992.
(The full list of newly-added records is lengthy, too long to fit here. However, you can find the original article, including a full list of all newly-added records, at: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-27-september-2021/)
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