Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

There are many new, upcoming, and completed indexing projects to report in this update. There are 12 new projects (see Current Projects chart below). These include three Belgian and two Argentina projects. The New York 1892 State Census project will be of great interest to many people. FamilySearch could not do all of these great initiatives without the great time and effort contributed by so many terrific volunteers. Thank you for your continued support.Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Argentina, Buenos Aires 1855 Census Spanish (New)
Argentina Censo 1869–Catamarca y La Rioja Spanish (New)
Argentina Censo 1869–Corrientes y Entre Rios Spanish 44%
Arkansas County Marriages V English 20%
Australia NSW Newspaper Cuttings English 88%
Belgium–Antwerp Foreigners Index Dutch, Flemish 27%
Brandenburg Kirchenbücher German 49%*
España, Lugo–Registros Parroquiales [Part 1] Spanish 16%
España, Ávila–Registros Parroquiales Spanish 78%
France, Coutances, Paroisses de la Manche French 9%
Germany, St Petersburg Church Records 1833-1885 German 1%
Illinois, Cook County Birth Registers English (New)
Italy, Trento Baptism Records, 1784-1924 Italian 60%
Mexico Censo de 1930–Sinaloa Spanish (New)
Mexico Censo de 1930–Sonora Spanish 88%
Mexico Censo de 1930–Tabasco Spanish 70%
Mexico Censo de 1930–Tamaulipas Spanish (New)
Minnesota 1895 State Census English 74%
Missouri–1920 US Federal Census English (New)
Nevada–1920 US Federal Census English 89%
New Mexico–1920 US Federal Census English 75%
New York 1892 State Census English (New)
Nicaragua, Managua Civil Records Spanish 13%
Norway 1875 Census part 1 Norwegian 10%
Perú, Lima–Registros Civiles Spanish 10%
Rhode Island 1925 State Census English (New)
UK, Cheshire–Land Tax English 58%
UK, Cheshire–School Records English 44%
Ukraine Kyiv 1840-1842 Russian 10%
Venezuela Mérida Registros Parroquiales Spanish 1%

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

Current FamilySearch Partner Projects

Arkansas Marriages IV English (New)
Australia–Victoria Probate Records English 31%
Belgique–Registres des Décès – Charleroi 1851-1900 Dutch, Flemish (New)
Belgique–Registres Des Décès (Français) French 21%*
België–Overlijdens Registers–In het Nederlands Dutch, Flemish 74%*
België–Overlijdens Registers–Kalmthout 1851-1900 Dutch, Flemish (New)
België–Overlijdens Registers–Mechelen 1851-1900 Dutch, Flemish (New)
Bremer, Schifflisten German 42%
Flanders Death Registration French, Dutch, Flemish 76%*
Indiana Marriages, 1882 to Apr 1905 English 82%
Indiana Marriage Returns, 1882 to April 1905 English 31%
Nova Scotia, Antigonish Church Records English 72%
Ohio Tax Records–2 of 4 English 71%
Vermont Militia Records English 37%

(*These percentages refer to a specific portion of a larger project.) 

Upcoming Indexing ProjectsLook for the following projects coming in the near future (Note: These projects are currently being created. Dates when indexing is scheduled to begin will vary.)·         Arkansas Marriages VI·         Arkansas Marriages VII·         Australia, Bounty Immigrants, 1824-1842·         Australia, Greenwich, Genealogical Records ·         Austria, Vienna Population Cards·         Brazil, Pernambuco Civil Register 1900-1920·         Brazil, Rio de Janeiro Marriages 1900-10·         Canada, British Columbia Birth 1854-1903·         Canada, British Columbia Marriages·         Chicago Archdiocese Cemetery Records 1 (1864-1989)·         Czech, Litomerice Church Records – Part 1 1552-1905·         Freedmen Marriages ·         Germany, Baden Church Books 1810-1869·         Germany, Mecklenburg 1890 Census·         Illinois, Cook County Birth Certificates 1·         Indiana, Allen County Marriages 1811-1959·         Jamaica, Trelawny Births ·         Peru, Lima Civil Register Index 1910-1930 

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.)·         Argentina 1869 Census–Cordoba y San Luis·         Arkansas Marriages III·         Michigan–1920 US Federal Census·         Nayarit–Censo de Mexico de 1930·         New Brunswick 1871 Census·         New Hampshire–1920 US Federal Census·         New Jersey–1920 US Federal Census·         Nova Scotia–1871 Census·         Ontario–1861 Census·         Rhode Island 1915 State Census·         UK – Cheshire Parish Registers part 1 

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2 Responses to Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

  1. Libbi says:

    I urge all my readers to participate in this all volunteer effort. It’s a way to give back to the genealogy community!

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