Accessing Online Records Using the FamilySearch Research Wiki

Looking around the newly updated version of the Research Wiki I noticed a link to Online Records in navigation on the left.  Here is what the FamilySearch Blog has to say about this feature:

“Did you know the research wiki has a page with links to online genealogy records? The page is easy to get to and easy to use. The links include collections that are not available on FamilySearch.org.

    1. On any research wiki page, look at the navigation on the left.
    2. Click Online Genealogy Records. A page appears with the list of links.

familysearch online genealogy records

3.  Click the country, province, state, or county records you are interested in. The system displays a page with links to the online records for that place. There may be a brief description of contents. If there is a cost to use the records, you will see ($) after the collection name.”  Source:  https://familysearch.org/blog/en/whats-new-march-2016-2/

Try it!

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