New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 4 October 2021
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FamilySearch added 2M new, free records to its US collections for West Virginia County Marriages 1776–1971 and Massachusetts Boston Tax Records 1822–1918 and nearly one million new records respectively to the New Zealand Electoral Rolls 1865–1957 and Venezuela Catholic Church Records, 1577-1995. More added for the Caribbean Islands.
Other country collections expanded included England Middlesex Parish Registers 1539–1988, more Catholic Church records for Chile 1710-1928, and Peru 1603–1992; and civil registrations for Barbados 1900–1931, Belize 1881–1951, Grenada 1866-1940, Saint Kitts and Nevis 1859–1932, and Sierra Leone 1802–2016.
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