Monthly Archives: June 2014

FamilySearch Now Has One Billion Digital Images Online in the Historical Record Collection

On 23 June 2014 FamilySearch announced :” the online publication of its one billionth image of historic records at FamilySearch.org, a feat that took just 7 years to accomplish. If you don’t have the time or means to travel where your ancestors … Continue reading

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The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers has been digitized and is available at Ancestry.com!

Better a day late??? Wow!  Just announced in the Ancestry blog http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2014/06/20/historic-victorian-atlas-published-online/ This is great news for anyone doing research in  Great Britain – that is England, Scotland or Wales!  Never available before in digital format that I am aware … Continue reading

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Getting the Most from Ancestry.com

Did you know that you can still access videos from RootsTech 2014? One of our favourites – there were many good ones! – was a talk by Christa Cowan from Ancestry.com – “How to Get the Most from Ancestry.com”  – … Continue reading

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Explore 375 years of new Devon parish records

If you have ancestors from Devon then this is a good news message!  Devon is one of the larger counties in England.  This announcement tells of the addition of the remaining Devon records to the online collection at FindMyPast – … Continue reading

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