Monday, March 14, 2016


Here's the Findmypast Friday announcement from last week for 11Mar 2016: 

A variety of exciting new records from the US, UK and New Zealand are available to search this Findmypast Friday. 

This includes millions of new arrival records from New York, allowing you to trace your families origins back to before their arrival in the United States.

This week we're bringing you over 12.2 million new records including:

New York Passenger Lists & Arrivals
We've added over 12 million records of passengers arriving in New York from 1925-1957 to this extensive record set. Reveal details of your relative's voyage, their occupation and country of origin. Airplane travel now also included »

Lancashire, Manchester Cremation Records, 1818-2001
Explore over 17,000 memorial transcripts from the second oldest crematorium in the UK to discover when your family member died, when they were cremated and their next of kin. Manchester ancestors »

Plymouth & West Devon Land Tax and Valuation Records, 1897-1949
Search over 249,000 land records to locate your ancestor's home, read a description of their property and uncover how much it was worth. Did they own a pub or an orchard? »

See all this week's new records.

Don't miss our exclusive webinar
We hope you've enjoyed exploring the 10 million Irish Catholic Parish Registers we released last Findmypast Friday. Our Irish record expert, Brian Donovan, will be taking a look at some of the other resources on offer in our wider Irish collection and how to use them in an informative webinar on Tuesday 15th March. Register now »
Have a great weekend,

Jen Baldwin

Full disclosure: I am a member of the Findmypast Ambassador Program which includes a
complimentary one year world subscription to Findmypast and a Findmypast First membership.

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