Did You Say New Dominican Republic, Italy, Jamaica, and Spain Records?

September 22, 2010

You read correctly, FamilySearch has published nearly 2 million new digital images alone this week from the Dominican Republic, Italy, Jamaica, Spain, and the United States. The records are predominantly from civil registration and church records. Search them now at http://Beta.FamilySearch.org

See the chart below for the complete list of newly added or updated collections.

Project

Indexed Records

Digital Images

Comments

Dominican Republic—Civil Registration, 1801-2006

787,030

Additional images added

Italy, Catania Province—Catania Diocese, San Biagio Church Records, 1629-1912

15,050

New images*

Italy, Palermo Province—Monreale Diocese, Church records, 1530-1919

385,038

New images

Italy, Vicenza Province—Casoni Church Records, 1597-1937

6,314

New images

Jamaica – Civil Births, 1878-1899

284,864

261,206

New images and Index

Spain, Alicante—Municipal Census, Part 2, 1676-1935

18,809

Additional images added

Spain, Gerona (Girona)—Municipal Records, 1711-1921

307,870

New images

U.S., California, San Francisco—N Gray and Company Funeral Records, 1850 - 1917

50,464

Updated index*

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