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# Friday, September 26, 2008
FindMyPast Adds English Census, Baptism Records
Posted by Diane

If your ancestors were born or lived in London, you’ll want to take note of two new additions to FindMyPast’s paid-access online records:

  • In its ongoing effort to redigitize the 1901 English census—using new scanning technology to produce clearer images and better transcriptions than earlier versions of that same enumeration—the company added 4.6 million records covering the county of London.
This summer, FindMyPast and the Origins Network began working with FamilySearch to index the 1841 to 1901 British censuses (read our report). You can search the 1841 through 1861 indexes free on FamilySearch Record Search.
  • FindMyPast’s growing collection of parish records now includes 2.3 million new baptisms, including 346,000 from East London. The parish records are a joint project with the UK Federation of Family History Societies.


census records | International Genealogy | UK and Irish roots
Friday, September 26, 2008 10:01:48 AM (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-04:00)  #  Comments [0]
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