Ancestry.com and the New York City Department of Records/Municipal Archives have entered into a partnership recently which means Ancestry will be updating their databases for the city to include millions of vital records spanning 1866 to 1948. These records will be free to search. In addition, Ancestry will also be updating to it’s New York … [Read more…]
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Ancestry will be allowing free access to it’s WW2 records until Dec 7th, 2011 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Pearl Harbor. Use this link to start searching the WW2 Military Records.
This week, starting Aug 29 until Sept 5 all world immigration and travel records will be free to search on Ancestry. Start searching today!
Caserta, Campania, Italy, Civil Registration Records, 1862-1939 Comuni (towns): Ailano Alife Alvignano Arienzo Aversa Baia e Latina Bellona Caianello Caiazzo Calvi Risorta Camigliano Cancello e Arnone Capodrise Capriati a Volturno Capua Carinaro Carinola Casagiove Casal di Principe Casaluce Casapesenna Casapulla Caserta Castel Campagnano Castel di Sasso Castel Morrone Castel Volturno Castello del Matese Cervino Cesa … [Read more…]
Ancestry announced on 23 Sept 2010 that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire iArchives, Inc. and its branded Web site, Footnote.com for about $27 million dollars in a mix of cash, stock and assumption of liabilities. The acquisition should take place by the fourth quarter of 2010 and will mean iArchives will … [Read more…]
Ancestry.com provides a free online class : Family Tree Maker 2010 -Advanced Topics on 16 Jun 2010 at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard time. Ancestry will show you how to get the most out of your Family Tree Maker product and will feature such topics as: Publishing charts and reports Working with Web Search Merging Exporting … [Read more…]
I want to share this interesting site today that allows you to search several Canadian Census records from 1851 – 1911. It also has some other great records such as links to the Soldiers of the First World War , births, marriage and deaths. Transcription, proof reading, and linking is done by volunteers and no … [Read more…]
With the final two episodes of WDYTYA under way, I thought I should at least mention it once. I haven’t before because it seems like every time I turn around someone has either written, blogged or mentioned it. Talk about over kill. The series is interesting – it gives me an excuse to watch TV … [Read more…]
With so many sources of information available today and so many websites to choose from, it’s sometimes difficult to understand just what and how records are used for researching – especially if you are new to genealogy. As much as we would all just love to jump right in and begin researching this could probably … [Read more…]