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FamilySearch this week added 2 million Netherland birth, marriage, death records to help you find your Dutch ancestors. Browse more records added from England, Middlesex Parish Registers 1539–1988, the Liberia Census 2008, and 3M more Catholic Church Records from Chile 1710–1928, El Salvador 1655–1977, Guatemala 1881–1977, and Peru 1603–1992, plus expanded collections for the United States (AZ, LA, MI, NC, UT, and WI).
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