Yorkshire Parish Records Online

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>Christening transcripts for the Yorkshire parishes of Oughtibridge, Norton Lees, Ecclesfield, Ecclesal, Netherthorpe, Attercliffe, Sheffield and St Pauls 1599 to 1996 have been added to FindMyPast’s parish collection. These records amount to an addition of 86,806 records.

These records are published in association with Sheffield & District Family History Society.

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Manchester Naturalisation Records

Manchester Naturalisation RecordsFindmypast has today released Manchester Naturalisation Records  1896 – 1909. This is a small, but valuable dataset concerning 542 people and includes a cash book for the Manchester Naturalisation Society for 1869 – 1909. This is part of Findmypast’s Manchester Collection.

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1901 Census for Scotland

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>I don’t usually cover genealogy matters in Scotland (English ones keep me busy enough!!), but I thought I would make an exception today. FindMyPast has just released the 1901 census for the whole of Scotland which means they now offer on their .co.uk site Scottish census 1841 – 1901. This might be handy to know if you have ancestors in England who lived in the counties which border Scotland.

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Hertfordshire Archives & Find My Past

Hertfordshire Archives & Find My PastHertfordshire Archives has joined forces with FindMyPast to digitise their parish register holdings 1538 – 1990. According to the Archives Twitter page the registers should be available for online searching by the end of 2012.

What good news especially as I have ancestors in Hertfordshire Hertfordshire Archives & Find My Past The Archives online catalogue and names index have proved to be very helpful and are well worth the time looking at whilst we wait for the parish registers to become available.

http://www.hertsdirect.org/services/leisculture/heritage1/hals/

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Find My Past App

Find My Past App

Genealogy and computer technology goes so well together, so I was pleased to see that FindMyPast has updated their app. The new version offers fully searchable BMD Indexes and census material. The app works on ipads, ipods & iphones.

Go to www.findmypast.co.uk to find put more.