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Nearly 205,000 new baptism and burial records added to the site ›

1 April, 2010

We have added a total of 204,501 new baptism and burial records for Wiltshire, Manchester and Dorset to findmypast.co.uk. These records were provided by the Wiltshire Family History Society, the Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society and the Dorset Family History Society. See the table below for a breakdown of the records: Area Type of record Number of records  Chippenham,… Read more ›

New Lincolnshire parish records on findmypast.co.uk ›

16 February, 2010

We’ve just published around 77,000 new parish records for Lincolnshire from the Lincolnshire Family History Society. There are around 51,000 new marriage index records, 23,000 marriage bond records and 3,000 settlement certificate records. This makes a total of around 220,750 parish records for Lincolnshire. We are expecting more updates from Lincolnshire Family History Society in the future. See the table… Read more ›

Seven complete 1851 census counties added ›

9 October, 2009

Hot on the heels of our recent five-county 1851 census update, we’ve added seven more complete counties. These newly-transcribed records give you the chance to search for those ancestors you can’t find on other versions of the census. And all the ancestors you’ve already discovered can be viewed again on our new high-quality images – probably the clearest and most… Read more ›

Seven new 1901 census counties ›

30 March, 2009

Seven complete counties, comprising 3.8 million records, have been added to the 1901 census and are ready for you to search. The new additions are: Warwickshire Cheshire Nottinghamshire Lincolnshire Derbyshire Leicestershire Rutland Search the new 1901 census counties today 19.7 million 1901 census records We now have over 19.7 million 1901 census records, each one freshly and faithfully transcribed from… Read more ›

Memorial inscriptions: almost 1 million records added ›

16 February, 2009

Findmypast.com, in partnership with the Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS), has added nearly a million new memorial inscriptions to its Parish Records Collection. These records are the fruits of decades of transcription work by family historians nationwide. Volunteers from different societies have visited graveyards and cemeteries in England and Wales, pulling back weeds, uncovering buried headstones and patiently deciphering… Read more ›