Searchable U.S. Social Security Death Index Now Available
The new-look FamilySearch website now has some new records to match. Nearly three million new digital images were posted this week, helping family historians researching their ancestors in Canada, Spain, Venezuela, and the United States. The U.S. Social Security Death Index is also a new addition to the site, with over 7 million indexed records. You can search all of these records and more at FamilySearch.org.
See the chart below for the complete list of newly added or updated collections.
Project Digital Images Indexed Records Comments Canada, New Brunswick Provincial Deaths, 1815-1938 81,680 80,397 New records linked to images Spain, Granada Catholic Pre-Marriage Investigation Files Index, 1556-1899 0 456,927 New records U.S. Social Security Death Index 0 7,144,328 New records U.S., Indiana, Marriages, 1811-1959 407,017 315,266 New records added to existing collection U.S., Iowa State Census, 1885 0 1,737,228 New records U.S., Minnesota Will Records, 1849-1985 0 159,894 New records added to existing collection U.S., Ohio, Cuyahoga County Probate Files, 1813-1900 861,653 0 New images U.S., Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955 1,274,869 1,273,493 New records linked to images U.S., Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977 60,268 166,132 New records linked to images (first part of collection) U.S., Wisconsin, Probate Estate Case Files, 1861-1933 150,280 0 New images Venezuela, Merida Parish Registers, 1654-1992 223 78,916 New records and images added to existing collection
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