FamilySearch Adds 2.3 Million Images to Its Hungary Collections
New Canadian Collection Features Deed Registries
10 August 2011
Of the 4.3 million images added to FamilySearch.org this week, nearly half belong to the Hungary Civil Registration, 1895–1980, collection, which features images of births to 1920, marriages to 1950, and deaths to 1980. New image collections have been added for Austria, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Panama, and the U.S. The new Canadian collection provides a look at 700,000 images of county deed registries from New Brunswick. Begin searching now at FamilySearch.org.
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