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New Guide for Mexican Family History

SALT LAKE CITY— FamilySearch™ announced today [10 Mar 2006] the release of a new research product that will help those with Mexican heritage to succeed in their quest to learn more about their ancestors. The research guide, Finding Records of Your Ancestors, Mexico, features easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, colorful graphics and tear-out worksheets. A free copy can be viewed or downloaded below.

Finding Records of Your Ancestors, Mexico, 1859 to Present is the newest addition to a series of popular publications. The guide simplifies the research process for users and clearly explains various genealogical records of interest. It is designed for those who have already gathered some family history information about their Mexican ancestors and are ready to search public and private records. Users will find simple instructions, examples, and removable pedigree and family group worksheets to help them capture what they already know about their families.

To further aid users, the guide is also available in Spanish.

Access the guides here.

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