New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of November 12, 2018

The following announcement was written by FamilySearch:

FamilySearch added 3.5 million records from the 1901 Ireland Census, and 1.4 million naturalization records from New York. Other countries include Honduras, Peru, and the United States (Minnesota, Oregon, and Texas).

Research these free new records and images by clicking on the collection links below, or go to FamilySearch to search over 8 billion free names and record images.

Collection Indexed Records Digital Images Comments
Honduras, Civil Registration, 1841-1968 2,421 0 Added indexed records to an existing collection
Ireland Census, 1901 3,483,120 0 New indexed records collection
Peru, Áncash, Civil Rtegisration, 1888-2005 162,255 0 Added indexed records to an existing collection
Minnesota, County Deaths, 1850-2001 395,947 0 Added indexed records to an existing collection
New York, County Naturalization Records, 1791-1980 1,380,342 0 Added indexed records to an existing collection
Oregon, Baker County Records, 1862-1950 1,990 0 Added indexed records to an existing collection
Texas, Cooke County, Deeds, 1895-1924 30,962 0 New indexed records collection
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One Comment

Baker County – found the indexes were to military records. I looked up because that’s my birthplace and knew who were my family. A quick check confirmed what I suspected.

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