SCANNED IMAGE SITE:FamilySearch Labs Records Search Bookmark this page, as this is one of several places where the results of FamilySearchIndexing.orgâ€™s massive indexing of scanned images is presented.
Â· 1850 US Federal Census Â· 1850 US Census (Mortality Schedule) Â· 1850 US Census (Slave Schedule) Â· 1880 US Federal Census Â· 1895 Argentina Census Â· 1900 US Census Â· 1905 Wisconsin State Census Â· 1930 Mexico Census Â· Freedman Bank Records 1865-1874 Â· England, Cheshire Register of Electors 1842-1900 Â· Maryland, Cecil County Probate Estate files 1851-1940 Â· New York Passenger Arrival Lists 1892-1924 Â· Freedmanâ€™s Bureau Virginia Marriages ca. 1815-1866 Â· Georgia Deaths 1914-1927 Â· Ontario Deaths 1869-1947 Â· Ohio Deaths 1908-1953 Â· Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956 Â· Texas Death Index 1964-1998 Â· US Social Security Death Index Â· Vermont Land Records â€“ early to 1900 Â· US WWII Draft Registration cards 1942 Â· England Diocese of Durham Bishopâ€™s Transcripts circa 1700-1900. Â· Virginia, Fluvanna County Colbert Funeral Home Records 1929-1976
Hey MJ !
It was so nice to see both Mexico & Argentina on the list.
It appears the indexing project at FamilySearch is really
coming along great.
There are some pretty great genealogy blogs out there,
it's hard to keep up wth everything that's new!
I've blogged about FamilySearch Indexing before, but it's amazing how much the project has grown in recent months. Over 150,000 volunteers worldwide have signed on, and collectively are creating an average of more than 1.5 million indexed names each day! This makes FamilySearch Indexing the world's largest volunteer-based indexing effort according to Senior Manager of FamilySearch Indexing