GenealogyInTime Magazine is, in my opinion, a terrific resource. I’d like to point you to their March 2014 list with content descriptions of new genealogy records that have become available on the Internet. Some of these have been published previously on this blog but it’s handy to see the complete list. See below:

  • South Africa: Cape Town genealogy records
  • Ireland: The Irish Department of Defense has launched a collection of military service pension records that span the years from 1916 to 1923.
  • US: The New York Philharmonic Orchestra Archive
  • US: The US GenNet Data Repository
  • US:The Butte Montana Archives
  • US: The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, New York historic student newspaper collection
  • India: The 1947 Partition Archive oral history archive
  • US: Ancestry.com Iowa Marriage Records 1923-1937]
  • UK: TheGenealogist has added over 1.6 million parish records from the following counties: Essex; Kent, Lincolnshire, Somerset, Wiltshire and Worcestershire.
  • UK: Origins.net has put online the 1891 England and Wales census.
  • Australia: FindMyPast.com.au has added a collection of some 640,000 convict records.
  • Australia: FamilySearch.org has indexed 1 million records from their State of Victoria probate register collection.
  • New Zealand: Ancestry.co.uk has put online a new collection of some 113,000 names from the registers of medical practitioners and nurses from New Zealand.
  • Norway: Arkivverket Digitalarkivet (part of the national archives of Norway) has posted online the 1910 Norwegian census.
  • Scotland: ScotlandsPeople has put online the 1885 Valuation Rolls.
  • US: Archives.com has added 5 million US vital records to their collection.
  • UK: Deceased Online has completed digitizing the records from Kensal Green cemetery in London. Kensal Green was opened in 1833.
  • Wales: Welsh Newspapers Online has added 27 new publications to their growing database of historic newspapers.
  • US: MyHeritage has put online a massive collection of 816 million recent US public records from recent telephone books, property tax assessments, voter registration lists and credit applications (Wow! Credit applications).

Click on GenealogyInTime to see the complete content description and much more:

2 Comments on List of new Genealogy Records on the Internet

  1. Linda Gartz says:

    Hi Sandy,
    I continue to be impressed with the fabulous content you find for your blog. Great to see how active and full of interesting information Spittal Street is, as always.

  2. Sandy says:

    Linda, as always, your input is always appreciated.

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