Spett.le Direzione Generale per gli Archivi,
Come molti appassionati di genealogia, apprezziamo enormemente gli sforzi sviluppati dalla Direzione Generale per gli Archivi per rendere pubblici gratuitamente i documenti di Stato civile. Siamo dunque stati entusiasti all’annuncio del lancio del “Portale degli Antenati” e dell’accordo firmato tra la Direzione Generale per gli Archivi e Family Search International per la digitalizzazione, l’indicizzazione e la pubblicazione dei registri italiani.
In an email I received this morning:
View the 1911 census for free on findmypast.co.uk
We know what a brilliant resource the 1911 census is for any family historian, so we’re giving it to you for free!
Until 18 November 2012, view a 1911 census transcript for free on findmypast.co.uk – this usually costs 10 credits.
We’ve also drastically reduced the cost of viewing an original 1911 census image – you’ll pay just 5 credits instead of 30.
There’s more good news: we always strive to offer our customers value for money, so when this offer ends on 18 November, we’ll permanently reduce the price of viewing the 1911 census to 5 credits for a transcription and 5 credits for an original image.
If you haven’t been on Family Search for a while then you’re truly missing alot. Family Search has been busy adding new records almost daily including several for the provinces in Italy. Just added this past week:
- L’Aquila – Nati, Matrimoni, Processetti and Morti 1809 – 1865
- Pescara – Atti Diversi, Nati, Matrimoni, Processetti and Morti
- Rieti – Atti Diversi, Nati, Matrimoni, Processetti and Morti
Also added this month:
- Italy, Biella, Borriana, Catholic Church Records, 1740-1938
- Italy, Genova, Chiavari, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1941
- Italy, Messina, Messina, Civil Registration (Tribunale), 1866-1939
- All records available can be accessed through the
- listing on the Family Search Website.
Did you know that school districts take a census each year to determine the state’s allocation of funds to each district?….
For more info see:
School Census Records Offer Lots of Genealogical Info
From the Genealogy Insider:
“The Social Security Administration is making changes to the public Death Master File—the source of the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) that genealogists know and love to use—that’ll impact your research…”