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FamilySearch Records Update: New records for Colombia, France, Peru, Philippines, and the United States

Significant birth, marriage, and death records for Imperia, Italy and Savonna, Italy were published this week. Georgia county marriages have also been added, dating back to 1785! Discover these and additional collections updated this week by selecting the links below.

COLLECTION

INDEXED RECORDS

DIGITAL RECORDS

COMMENTS

Colombia Catholic Church Records 1600-2012

0

1,002,173

Added images to an existing collection

France Finistère Quimper et Léon Diocese Catholic Parish Records 1772-1863

144,443

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

Illinois Adams County Card Index to Deaths 1877-1990

95,523

96,875

New indexed records and images collection

Peru Lima Civil Registration 1874-1996

862,440

304

Added indexed records and images to an existing collection

Philippines Manila Civil Registration 1899-1984

0

4,088,394

Added images to an existing collection

Philippines Pangasinan Civil Registration 1945-1981

84,935

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

Texas County Marriage Records 1837-1977

586,960

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

United States Census 1890

15

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

United States Obituaries American Historical Society of Germans from Russia 1899-2012

0

4,154

Added images to an existing collection

Wisconsin County Marriages 1836-1911

213,905

0

Added indexed records to an existing collection

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