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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Latest records added to Record Search

More records have been added to the FamilySearch Record Search Website. These include the following: (All descriptions from the Website with the spelling corrected).

Mexico Census, 1930. Images of population schedules listing inhabitants of Mexico in 1930. This was the fifth census conducted after 1895. Only the schedules preserved in the National Archives were microfilmed. If desired locality is not found, search nearby localities listed. Either the locality was not filmed, i.e. the Federal District, or it is included in a waypoint that has multiple localities. This version of the census includes a front page [lines 1-50] and back page [lines 51-100]. The second page of the census was not scanned if it was blank. The searchable data currently covers the following states: Aguascalientes, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Coahulia, Colima, Guerrero, Quintana, Morelos, Tlaxcala, Nayarit, Tabasco, Sonora, Sinaloa, and Tamaulipas. 29% complete.

Italy, Palermo Province, Monreale Diocese, Catholic Church Records, 1530-1952. mages of parish registers (baptisms, confirmations, marriages, marriage supplements, deaths, census, and miscellaneous church documents) of Monreale Diocese, Palermo Province. About half to two thirds of the volumes are self indexed.

Slovakia, Presov Region Church Books, (Hungarian Place Names), 1592-1952. Images of baptisms/births, marriages, and burials that occurred in the Roman Catholic, Evangelical Lutheran, and Reformed Church parishes, as well Jewish congregations within the area of Northeastern Slovakia. The original records, created by local priests of each parish and by Jewish rabbis are located in the State Regional Archive of PreŇ°ov. These images were scanned from microfilms. The entries are in Latin, Hungarian, Slovak, and German.

Four states were added to the 1920 U.S. Census; Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey and South Carolina.

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