Friday, January 29, 2016


This week's Findmypast record collection releases for 29January include records from England,
Ireland, New Zealand and Australia. Here's the announcement:

This week's Findmypast Friday marks the release of substantial new additions to our collection of Isle of Man births and baptisms, marriages and deaths. The new additions span four hundred years of the island's rich history and can reveal vital information for tracing your family back through the generations.

New records from the now defunct English county of Middlesex are now available to search as part of the Greater London Burial Index and hundreds of thousands of articles, including one brand new title, have been added to our collection of historic Irish newspapers. Plus, we've also added over 3 million births, marriages and deaths from New Zealand as well as thousands of new additions to our collection of funeral records from Queensland, Australia.

This week we're bringing you over 5.1 million new records and newspaper articles including:

Irish Newspapers
Over 970,000 new articles and one new title, the Dublin Shipping and Mercantile Gazette, have been added to our collection of historic Irish newspapers.
Immerse yourself in over 240 years of Irish history »

Greater London Burial Index
Explore over 279,000 new additions to this collection, covering 48 different locations right across the historical county of Middlesex.
Locate your ancestor's final resting place »

Isle Of Man, Births and Baptisms, 1600-2010
Was your ancestor born on the Isle of Man? Uncover their birth date, parents' names and residence with over 422,565 new additions to our collection.
Explore over 400 years of Manx birth records »

Isle Of Man, Marriages, 1598-1979
Explore over 166,000 new records spanning four centuries of Manx history to reveal when, where and to whom your relatives were married.
Did they say 'I do' on the Isle of Man? »

See all this week's new records.

If your ancestors don't feature in our latest collection of vital records, there is a wide array of birth, marriage and death records already available to search on Findmypast so be sure to explore them too. For instance, the United States Billion Graves Index offers over 9.5 million records to help you to find where your relative was laid to rest.

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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