New FamilySearch indexes

New indexing projects added this week are:

 

·         Argentina, Buenos Aires—1855 Censo [Parte 2]

·         Canada, Ontario, Toronto—Trust Cemeteries, 1826–1935(Partnered with Ontario Genealogical Society—Toronto Branch)

·         U.S., Maine—1920 Federal Census

·         U.S., New York—1920 Federal Census

Volunteers can help with these projects at FamilySearchIndexing.org.

 

(See the chart below for a complete list and current status of all indexing projects.)

 

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, Mendoza, San Juan—Censo 1869

·         Guatemala, Guatemala—Censo de 1877

·         U.S., Kentucky—1920 Federal Census

·         U.S., Indiana—1920 Federal Census

·         U.S., Vermont—Militia Records, 1861–1867

Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

 

Argentina, Buenos Aires—1855 Censo [Parte 2]

Spanish

(New)

Argentina, Cordoba—Matrimonios, 1642–1931

Spanish

7%

Argentina, Santiago, Santa Fe—1869 Censo

Spanish

94%

Belgium, Antwerp—Foreigners Index, 1840–1930

English

61%

Canada, British Columbia—Deaths, 1872–1986

English

56%

Canada, British Columbia—Marriages, 1859–1932

English

90%

Canada, Québec, Montreal—Régistres Paroissiaux, 1800–1900

French

4%

Chile, Concepción—Registros Civiles, 1885–1903 [Parte 1]

Spanish

43%

Deutschland, Brandenburg—Kirchenbücher, 1789–1875

German

82%*

Deutschland, Mecklenburg—Volkszählung, 1890 [Div 24–38]

German

95%

Deutschland, Mecklenburg—Volkszählung, 1890 [Div 39–69]

German

1%

España, Avila, Madrigal y Garganta—Registros Parroquiales, 1530–1935

Spanish

4%

España, Avila, Navalmoral—Registros Parroquiales, 1530–1935

Spanish

16%

España, Lugo—Registros Parroquiales, 1530–1930 [Parte 1]

Spanish

23%

France, Cherbourg—Registres Paroissiaux, 1802–1907

French

4%

France, Coutances—Registres Paroissiaux 1802–1907

French

3%

France, Coutances, Paroisses de la Manche, 1792–1906

French

90%

France, Paris—Registres Protestants, 1612–1906 [Partie 2]

French

50%

France, Saint-Lo—Registres Paroissiaux, 1802–1907

French

11%

Guatemala, Guatemala—Bautismos de Sagrario, 1898–1920

Spanish

48%

Italy, Trento—Baptisms, 1784–1924 [Part 1]

Italian

95%

Italy, Trento—Baptisms, 1784–1924 [Part 2]

Italian

49%

Mexico, DF—Registros Parroquiales, 1898–1933 [Parte 2]

Spanish

48%

Mexico, Hidalgo—1930 Federal Censo

Spanish

22%

Mexico, Jalisco—1930 Federal Censo

Spanish

12%

Mexico, Mexico—1930 Federal Censo

Spanish

72%

New Zealand—Passenger Lists, 1871–1915

English

43%

Nicaragua, Managua—Registros Civiles, 1879–1984 [Parte 1]

Spanish

14%

Perú, Lima—Registros Civiles, 1910–1930 [Parte 3]

Spanish

36%

Philippines, Lingayen, Dagupan—Registros Parroquiales, 1615–1982

Spanish

1%

Russland, Sankt Petersburg—Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1833–1885

German

1%

South Africa, Cape Province—Church Records, 1660–1970

English

12%

Sverige, Södermanland—Kyrkoböcker, till 1860 [Del 1]

Swedish

3%

Sverige, Uppsala—Kyrkoböcker, till 1860 [Del 1]

Swedish

10%

Sverige, Örebro—Kyrkoböcker, till 1860 [Del 1]

Swedish

1%

Tschechien, Litomerice—Kirchenbücher, 1552–1905 [Teil 1]

German

13%

U.K., Cheshire—Parish Records, 1538–1850 [Part 2]

English/Old English

47%

U.K., Warwickshire—Parish Registers, 1754-1900 [Part 2]

English

13%

U.S., Arkansas—County Marriages, 1837–1957 [VII]

English

59%

U.S., Georgia—1920 Federal Census

English

59%

U.S., Illinois, Cook—Birth Certificates, 1916–1922 [Part 2]

English

90%

U.S., Indiana, Allen County—Marriages, 1811–1959

English

71%

U.S., Indiana, Benton County—Marriages, 1811–1959

English

50%

U.S., Indiana, Boone County—Marriages, 1811–1959

English

22%

U.S., Indiana, Brown County—Marriages, 1811–1959

English

33%

U.S., Indiana, Harrison County—Marriages, 1811–1959

English

17%

U.S., Kansas—1920 Federal Census

English

73%

U.S., Maine—1920 Federal Census

English

(New)

U.S., New York—1905 State Census

English

74%

U.S., New York—1920 Federal Census

English

(New)

U.S., Rhode Island—1905 State Census [Part 1]

English

20%

U.S., Rhode Island—1935 State Census

English

39%

Venezuela, Mérida—Registros Parroquiales, 1654–1992 [Parte 1]

Spanish

75%

Österreich, Wiener Meldezettel, 1890–1925

German

3%

Украина, Киев—Метрические Книги, 1840–1842

Russian

40%

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

 

Current FamilySearch Partner Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

 

Australia, Victoria—Probate Records, 1853–1989

English

76%

België, Mechelen—Overlijdens Registers, 1851-1900

Dutch, Flemish

48%

Belgique—Registres Des Décès—En Français, 1796–1910

French

36%*

Canada, Ontario, Toronto—Trust Cemeteries, 1826–1935

English

(New)

Deutschland, Bremen—Schifflisten, 1904–1914

German

76%

Norway—1875 Census [Part 1]

Norwegian

73%

U.S., Ohio—Tax Records, Post 1825 [Part 2]

English

87%

U.S., Ohio—Tax Records, Post 1825 [Part 3]

English

1%

U.S., Utah, Salt Lake County—Birth Registers, 1890–1908

English

1%

U.S., Utah, Salt Lake County—Death Registers, 1848–1940

English

22%

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

 

 

 

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