The following announcement was written by FamilySearch
28 September 2009
Family researchers seeking their Mexican heritage have two million new records at their fingertips this week with an update to the 1930 Census collection. There are also new indexes and images for France, Italy, Slovakia, Argentina, and the United States. These collections can be searched for free at the FamilySearch.org Record Search pilot (click Search Records, and then click Record Search pilot).
Special thanks to the online volunteers who help make these collections freely available by donating a few minutes of their time or talents through the FamilySearch Indexing program.
Collection Name Indexed Records Digital Images Comments Mexico Census, 1930 (update) 2,031,179 Update to the Mexico 1930 Census collection, adding indexes for the following states:, Quintana Roo, Morelos, Tlaxcala, Nayarit, Guerrero, Tabasco, Sonora, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas Italy, Palermo Province, Monreale Diocese, Catholic Church Records, 1530-1919 67,491 Updated collection; image browse only France, Protestant Church Records, 1612-1906 8,800 3,220 New index and image collection. This represents the first portion of an ongoing indexing project. 1920 United States Census (Update) 9,364,055 Update to the 1920 Census index-only collection, adding indexes for the following states: Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey and South Carolina. Slovakia, Presov Region Church Books, (Slovakian Place Names), 1592-1952 238,098 New browse image only collection Slovakia, Presov Region Church Books, (Hungarian Place Names), 1592-1952 238,098 New browse image only collection Argentina, Tucuman, San Miguel de Tucuman, Catholic Church Records, 1727-1949 71,325 New browse image only collection; partial collection Mexico, Tlaxcala, Civil Registration, 1867-1937 65,382 New browse image only collection; partial collection
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