The following announcement was written by FamilySearch:
Search 3.8M more Netherland historical records (1600 to 2000) added this week at FamilySearch, and nearly 1M more records from Ontario, Canada (1834-1899) and England (Nottinghamshire 1578-1937) and Staffordshire (Litchfield and Coventry) 1521-1860.
Fill in missing family connections from added Catholic Church records from Chile 1710-1928, Costa Rica 1595-1992, Guatemala 1581-1977, and the Ukraine 1600-1937. US collections were expanded for Massachusetts (Boston Tax Records 1822–1918), New Jersey (Death Index 1901-1903; 1916-1929), Utah (Marriages 1871–1941) and Wisconsin Naturalization Records (1807–1992).
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The full list of newly-added records is too long to list here. However, you can find the full list at: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-26-july-2021/.
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