• Newest FREE Family Tree Resources

    If you have been waiting for new genealogy resources to become available online, your wait may be over. The month of July 2012 saw some great additions to genealogy resources by FamilySearch.

    The new additions span the globe from the USA to Asia…some dating from the 1400s.



    Keep reading for a complete list of the July’s new records:

    Record For Record Type Date Added

    United States

    Alabama, Madison County Chancery and Circuit Court Records, 1847-1950 10 Jul 2012
    California, San Mateo County Records, 1856-1991 17 Jul 2012
    Indiana Marriages, 1811-1959 7 Jul 2012
    Maine State Archive Collections, 1790-1966 10 Jul 2012
    Missouri, Jackson County Voter Registration Records, 1928-1956 17 Jul 2012
    Nevada County Birth and Death Records, 1871-1992 10 Jul 2012
    New York, Orange County Probate records 10 Jul 2012
    Oregon Douglas County Records, 1852-1952 10 Jul 2012
    Texas Deaths, 1977-1986 19 Jul 2012
    United States Census, 1940 6 Jul 2012
    United States Social Security Death Index 2 Jul 2012
    United States Civil War Widows and Other Dependents Pension Files 7 Jul 2012
    United States National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 10 Jul 2012
    Utah County Marriages, 1887-1937 6 Jul 2012
    Utah Marriages 1887-1966 16 Jul 2012


    Canada Census, 1916 3 Jul 2012
    Nova Scotia Vital Records, 1763-1957 3 Jul 2012
    Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927 6 Jul 2012
    Quebec Notarial Records, 1800-1900 17 Jul 2012
    Saskatchewan Probate Estate Files 1887-1931 6 Jul 2012

    Great Britain

    Scotland Census, 1881 2 Jul 2012
    Scotland  Census, 1891 2 Jul 2012

    Western Europe

    Italy, L’Aquila, Camarda, Parrocchia di San Giovanni Battista Catholic Church Records, 1606-1941 3 Jul 2012
    Italy, Palermo, Diocesi di Monreale Catholic Church Records, 1531-1998 3 Jul 2012
    Italy, Trento, Diocesi di Trento, Catholic Catholic Church Records, 1548-1937 21 Jul 2012
    Italy, Vicenza, Casoni, Parocchia di San Rocco, Catholic Church Records, 1597-1937 3 Jul 2012
    Spain, Province of Sevilla Municipal Records, 1903-1918 10 Jul 2012
    Spain, Province of Tarragona Records of Widows and Orphans of Spanish Officials, 1860-1960 10 Jul 2012

    Eastern Europe

    Czech Republic Censuses, 1843-1921 10 Jul 2012
    Czech Republic Land Records, 1450-1889 10 Jul 2012
    Poland Roman Catholic Church Books, 16 Jul 2012
    Slovakia Church and Synagogue Books, 1592-1910 19 Jul 2012

    South America

    Chile, Santiago Collection of Genealogies, 1500-1980 11 Jul 2012
    Chile, Santiago Cementerio General, 1821-2011 11 Jul 2012
    Peru, Lima Civil Registration, 1874-1996 11 Jul 2012
    Peru, La Libertad Civil Registration, 1903-1997 2 Jul 2012
    Dominican Republic Civil Registration, 1801-2010 11 Jul 2012
    Ecuador Catholic Church Records, 1565-1996 2 Jul 2012
    Guatemala Civil Registration, 1877-2008 3 Jul 2012
    Portugal, Braga Catholic Church Records 1530-1911 11 Jul 2012
    Portugal, Castelo Branco Catholic Church Records 20 Jul 2012
    Portugal, Diocese of Lamego Catholic Church Records, 1529-1916 11 Jul 2012
    Portugal, Diocese of Vila Real Catholic Church Records, 1575-1975 11 Jul 2012


    Korea Collection of Genealogies, 1500-2009 10 Jul 2012

    South Africa

    South Africa Free State Dutch Reformed Church Records, 1848-1956 19 Jul 2012
    South Africa Orange Free State, Estate Files, 1951-2004 11 Jul 2012
    South Africa, Western Cape Various Records 10 Jul 2012


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    2 Responses to “Newest FREE Family Tree Resources”
    1. maryann276 says:

      I had begun my family tree a few weeks before I signed up for this class and I love it. I have searched and found marriage certificates, death records and other thingw I already had. Problem th4 vital records. birth certificates cost a small fortune to obtain from Austin. I did get info from old newspaper items, and the old family Bible, so I’m working on it and enjoying every minute. I’m glad I decided to sign up. Thank you so much

      • Chris says:

        Hi Maryann. Thanks you for the great feedback. Please don’t hesitate to connect with our Genealogist in Residence if you have any other problems with how to complete your search. The message forums are a great place to ask a question. I wish you continued success!

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