Dorset Parish Records Online

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Gosh FindMyPast has been busy !! Today they have released parish register transcripts for Dorset. Here is what is now available.

7,169 Christenings 1559 – 1894 
Whitchurch Canonicorum, Lydlinch, Morden, Portesham, Frampton, Dorchester St Peter and Hamoon.

704 Marriages 1560 – 1812
Symondsbury and Lydlinch,

6,346 Burials 1641 – 1812
Durweston, Loders, Lydlinch, Spetisbury, Milton Abbas, Dorchester Holy Trinity, Warmwell and Morden

These records are published online at findmypast.co.uk in association with Dorset Family History Society.

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Kent Parish Records Online

Kent Parish Records Online

FindMyPast has added the following parish register transcripts to their collection……

16,713 Kent baptisms from the parishes of Crayford, Greenwich and Darenth covering 1813 to 1856

1,454 Kent marriage records from Greenwich spanning the years 1791 to 1842

This record launch marks the start of a new project between findmypast.co.uk and North West Kent Family History Society.

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Northamptonshire Parish Records online

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>FindMyPast has announced that they have added the following records to their collection ……

96,545 Northamptonshire Marriage Records 1538 – 1975

431,683 Northamptonshire Burials Records 1527 – 2006

This significant new record collection at findmypast.co.uk covers a multitude of parishes, including Towcester, Harpole, Peterborough St John, Northampton All Saints and Oundle and is a new project with Northamptonshire Family History Society in association with the Federation of Family History Societies.

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LMA & Ancestry

LMA  & AncestryGot an email from the FFHS this morning about a meeting that they attended regarding cuts at the LMA. Amongst the information given was news about what Ancestry is releasing next from the LMA. It seems that London wills and Electoral Rolls will go online later this year along with the 1911 census. These releases will be followed by City of London Freedoms and talks are being held with the Livery Companies about digitising their records which are held by the LMA.

So good news, plenty of helpful London additions coming our way. It was interesting to note that the 1911 census will be included in all subscriptions not just the more expensive ones. Findmypast has had a good run with their exclusive offering of the 1911 census and I am sure they paid dearly for that right, but it will be good to see the census more widely available and affordable.

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