Tuesday, July 27, 2010

FamilySearch Record Search News: Millions of Historic Documents from Microfilms Emerging Digitally Online

FamilySearch’s microfilm conversion initiative is beginning to sail. Over 12 million digital images from thousands of microfilm, representing 8 countries, were published online for free viewing this month. FamilySearch’s online image viewer makes it easy for online patrons to view the newest digital images from Argentina, Costa Rica, France, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Puerto Rico, and Spain.

This week the complete U.S. 1910 Federal Census name indexes for Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Missouri were also published online at FamilySearch’s Record Search pilot (FamilySearch.org, click Search Records, and then click Record Search pilot) and coming soon to Beta.FamilySearch.org.

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

FamilySearch plans on digitizing and publishing online the bulk of its 2.4 million rolls of microfilm—representing 132 countries. In addition, it is now capturing millions of new images each year digitally “at birth” from its 185 field camera teams worldwide. It all translates to a steady stream of new digital image collections for genealogy enthusiasts to anticipate and enjoy.

Collection
Digital Images
Indexed Records
Comments
Argentina, Buenos Aires, Province, Catholic Church Records, 1642–1931
1,824,476

New Images
Costa Rica, Church Records, 1595–1992
605,658

New Images
France, Coutances, Catholic Diocese, 1802–1907

87,000
Indexed Records Only
Luxembourg Civil Registration, 1793–1923
114,000

New Images
Mexico, Aguascalientes, Civil Registration, 1860–1950
438,725

New Images
México, Distrito Federal, Catholic Church Records, 1886–1933, Part 1
1,572,682

New Images
Mexico, Hidalgo, Catholic Church Records,1546-1963
1,605,822

New Images
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Church Records 1703-1964, Part 2
172,951

New Images
Netherlands, Noord-Holland Province Civil Registration 1811-1940
599,639

New Images
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Amsterdam Civil Registration 1811-1940
576,189

New Images
Netherlands, Overijssel Civil Registration 1811-1952 -
496,541

New Images
Netherlands, Utrecht Province Civil Registration 1811-1950
347,867

New Images
Netherlands, Zeeland Civil Registration 1796-1940 -
497,188

New Images
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Leiden Civil Registration 1812-1882
83,129

New Images
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Rotterdam Civil Registration 1811-1942
273,199

New Images
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, 's-Gravenhage Civil Registration 1811-1882
84,124

New Images
Puerto Rico Civil Registration, 1836–2001
3,255,102

New Images
Spain, Alicante, 1762–1921, Part 1
34,666

New Images
Spain, Barcelona Civil Registration, 1886–1936
265,084

New Images
Spain, Cordoba, Civil Registration, 1841–1870
63,198

New Images
Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo de la Diputacion de Sevilla, 1841–1882
76,939

New Images
Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo Municipal de Carmona, 1841–1871
15,512

New Images
Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo Municipal de Marchena, 1841–1870
7,237

New Images
Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo Municipal de Sevilla, 1841–1882
272,132

New Images
Spain, Valencia, Census, Archivo Municipal de Torrent, 1875–1912
2,462

New Images
Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census
59,312

New Images
Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archivo Municipal de Corbera, 1825–1920
2,007

New Images
Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archivo Municipal de Gandia, 1611–1935
22,401

New Images
Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archivo Municipal de Sueca, 1797–1921
62,809

New Images
Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archvio Municipal de Carcagente, 1847–1920
15,609

New Images
U.S. 1910  Federal Census, Idaho

405,504
Indexed Records Only
U.S. 1910  Federal Census, Montana

482,328
Indexed Records Only
U.S. 1910  Federal Census, Nebraska

1,218,668
Indexed Records Only
U.S. 1910  Federal Census, North Carolina

2,176,988
Indexed Records Only
U.S. 1910  Federal Census, Oklahoma

1,919,280
Indexed Records Only
U.S. 1910 Census, Missouri

3,543,000
Indexed Records Only


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