New FamilySearch Collections Update: Week of September 14, 2015

The following announcement was written by FamilySearch:

FamilySearch_LogoMama Mia! The Italian record collections continue to expand this week with new collections for Italy Arezzo Civil Registration (State Archive) 1314-1934, Italy Enna Civil Registration (State Archive) 1866-1944, Italy Imperia San Remo Civil Registration (State Archive) 1805-1910, Italy Pescara Civil Registration (State Archive) 1809-1929. Brazil, New York, Utah, and Delaware also have some new content. Look for these and more by selecting the links below.

COLLECTION

INDEXED RECORDS

DIGITAL RECORDS

COMMENTS

Brazil Rio de Janeiro Immigration Cards 1900-1965

155,186

56,492

Added indexed records and images to an existing collection

Delaware Wilmington Vital Records 1847-1954

207,577

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

Italy Arezzo Civil Registration (State Archive) 1314-1934

0

68,721

New browsable image collection.

Italy Enna Civil Registration (State Archive) 1866-1944

0

837,356

New browsable image collection.

Italy Imperia San Remo Civil Registration (State Archive) 1805-1910

0

233,646

New browsable image collection.

Italy Pescara Civil Registration (State Archive) 1809-1929

0

928,538

Added images to an existing collection

Michigan Crew Lists for various ports 1929-1966

0

20,140

New browsable image collection.

Montana Granite County Records 1865-2009

0

1,054

Added images to an existing collection

New York Yates County Swann Vital Records Collection 1723-2009

12,570

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

New York Yates County Swann Vital Records Collection 1723-2009

2,758

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

Utah Weber County Marriages 1887-1938

0

2,068

Added images to an existing collection

Washington County Marriages 1855-2008

0

12,446

Added images to an existing collection

Help Us Publish More Free Records Online

Searchable historical records are made available on FamilySearch.org through the help of thousands of online volunteers worldwide. These volunteers transcribe (or index) information from digital copies of handwritten records to make them easily searchable online. More volunteers are always needed (particularly those who can read foreign languages) to keep pace with the large number of digital images being published weekly online on FamilySearch.org. Learn how you can volunteer to help provide free access to the world’s historical genealogical records online at FamilySearch.org/Indexing.

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 I see that you have an Italian site with records from Italy is there a chance that you also have a site for finding ancestry in Palermo Sicily or will have at some future time

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Does anyone know how I can start indexing the State Archives or Tribunale for Treviso, Italy? (starting with Vittorio Veneto) My paternal ancestors are from there but I don;t know anyone beyond my great-grandparents, thus I view the images one by one and keep detailed records of each images in Excel files in case someone turns out to belong in my tree – I might as well index the lot as I go along…. Apparently only the records listed in the Indexing projects are to be indexed – but I’m sifting through Vittorio Veneto for my people, I don’t have time to index another region of Italy… Any idea who decides which collection is up for indexing?

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