Saturday, May 9, 2009

FamilySearch Indexing Update 5 May 2009

The 1916 Canada Census is now available for free for patrons of family history centers through the center’s login.

Our indexers wrapped up 11 projects and 8 new projects were added. In U.S. Collections, Arkansas County Marriages, Illinois Cook County Births, and Minnesota, Montana, and Nebraska for the 1920 U.S. Census were added. Yucatan, Mexico (1930 Census), Avila, Spain (Moraleja de Matacabras Parish Registers), and Canada, (British Columbia Marriages) were the latest International projects added.

Recently Completed Projects

(Note: Recently completed projects have been removed from the available online indexing batches and will now go through a final completion check process in preparation for future publication.)

· Australia, New South Wales Newspaper Clippings, 1861-1987

· Illinois, Cook County Birth Registers, 1905-1916

· Indiana Marriage Returns, 1882-1905

· Mexico, Censo de 1930–Sonora

· Mexico, Censo de 1930–Tabasco

· Minnesota 1895 State Census

· Missouri–1920 US Federal Census

· Nevada–1920 US Federal Census

· New Mexico–1920 US Federal Census

· Spain, Ávila–Registros Parroquiales, 1572-1890

· UK, Cheshire–School Records, 1796-1950

Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Argentina, Buenos Aires 1855 Census, Spanish, 20%

Argentina Censo 1869–Catamarca y La Rioja, Spanish, 78%

Argentina Censo 1869–Corrientes y Entre Rios, Spanish, 64%

Arkansas County Marriages V, 1837-1957, English, 64%

Arkansas County Marriages VI, 1837-1957, English, (New)

Belgium–Antwerp Foreigners Index, 1840-1930, Dutch, Flemish, 33%

Brandenburg Kirchenbücher, 1789-1875, German, 55%*

France, Coutances, Paroisses de la Manche, 1792-1906, French, 9%

Illinois, Cook County Birth Certificates, 1916-1922, Part 1, English, (New)

Italy, Trento Baptism Records, 1784-1924, Italian, 68%

Mexico, Censo de 1930–Sinaloa, Spanish, 53%

Mexico, Censo de 1930–Tamaulipas, Spanish, 29%

Mexico, Censo de 1930–Yucatan, Spanish, (New)

Minnesota–1920 US Federal Census, English, (New)

Montana–1920 US Federal Census, English, (New)

Nebraska–1920 US Federal Census, English, (New)

New York 1892 State Census, English, 92%

Nicaragua, Managua Civil Records, 1879-Present, Spanish, 15%

Peru, Lima–Registros Civiles, 1910-1930, Spanish, 21%

Rhode Island 1925 State Census, English, 93%

Russia, St Petersburg Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1833-1885, German, 1%

Spain, Avila, Moraleja de Matacabras, 1540-1904, Spanish, (New)

Spain, Lugo–Registros Parroquiales [Part 1], 1530-1930, Spanish, 17%

UK, Cheshire–Land Tax, 1778-1832, English, 72%

Ukraine, Kyiv, 1840-1842, Russian, 13%

Venezuela, Mérida Registros Parroquiales. 1654-1992, Spanish, 1%

(*Percentage refers to a specific portion of a larger project.)

Current FamilySearch Partner Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Arkansas Marriages IV, 1837-1957, English, 27%

Belgique–Registres Des Décès (Français), 1796-1910, French, 21%*

België–Overlijdens Registers–Charleroi, 1851-1900, Dutch, Flemish, 12%

België–Overlijdens Registers–In het Nederlands, 1796-1910, Dutch, Flemish, 79%*

België–Overlijdens Registers–Kalmthout, 1851-1900, Dutch, Flemish, 14%

België–Overlijdens Registers–Mechelen, 1851-1900, Dutch, Flemish, 1%

Bremer Schifflisten, 1904-1914, German, 49%

Flanders Death Registration, 1796-1900, French, Dutch, Flemish, 78%*

Indiana Marriages, 1882 to April 1905, English, 86%

Norway 1875 Census part 1, Norwegian, 22%

Nova Scotia, Antigonish Church Records, 1823-1905, English, 76%

Ohio Tax Records–2 of 4, Post 1825, English, 75%

Vermont Militia Records, 1861-1867, English, 38%

(*Percentage refers to a specific portion of a larger project.)

Current FamilySearch Regional Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Australia, Sydney Cemetery Inscriptions, 1800-1960, English, 3%

Australia–Victoria Probate Records, 1853-1989, English, 61%

Canada, British Columbia Marriages, 1859-1932, English, (New)

Quebec-Trois-Rivieres_IC, 1800-1900, French, 42%

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