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The vital record collections on Archives.com keep on growing! We recently added more than 13 million vital records from South Carolina, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin. If you have ancestors in those states, you will want to check out these 12 new collections!
South Carolina, Early Death Records includes statewide death certificates, 1915-1955 Read More »
Want to learn more about military ancestors or newspapers? What about cemeteries or getting more from the 1920-1940 censuses? The Archives.com livestreams on Wednesdays in May are just the thing you're looking for! Here is the upcoming schedule:
May 8, Salute Their Service: Identifying Military Ancestors Read More »
The Expert Series authors have been a busy group! Recently, they have had articles about organizing your genealogy research (including using a virtual assistant), creating and sharing unique family trees, using Federal tax records, and more! Let's take a look at their recent articles.
Need to get your genealogy notes organized? We have two articles that can help! First, Jennifer Holik shares tips and tricks with "Two Tools to Analyze Your Genealogy Data: OneNote and Blogs." Thomas MacEntee delves into the topic Read More »
The flowers are growing and so are the vital record collections on Archives.com! We recently added 13.6 million vital records from eight states. If you have ancestors in Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, or Pennsylvania, these new collections might hold the answers you've been looking for.
Highlights Include: Connecticut Death and Burial Index Read More »
You might have heard about the recent addition of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America records on Archives.com. The new records don't stop there! In addition to the ELCA collections, we have added more than 28 million vital records from seven states. These 21 collections contain some fantastic genealogical information.
Highlights Include: Illinois Death Read More »
Archives.com recently published nearly 4.6 million records from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The Archives.com livestream video this week showed how to use these records. Amy Johnson Crow also gave background about the ELCA and how that impacts who you can expect to find. If you couldn't make it to today's livestream, you can watch it here Read More »
Looking to learn more about genealogy? You can enjoy free genealogy livestreams every Wednesday at 1:00pm Eastern/10:00am Pacific! Here's the lineup for April:
April 3, Using the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Records on Archives.com
Archives.com recently published over 4.5 million records from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. This livestream will cover what the records include and how to search for them on Archives.com. Read More »
Archives.com is thrilled to announce the release of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) birth, marriage and death record collections! These three collections total nearly 4.6 million records. Archives.com, in partnership with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Archives, digitized and indexed approximately one thousand rolls of microfilmed records from churches now affiliated with the ELCA. These records have never before been online. Read More »
Next Thursday (March 21) is the start of RootsTech, an awesome genealogy and technology conference in Salt Lake City. The Archives team can't wait to be there! Three days of great classes, a vibrant exhibit hall, special events, and lots of genealogists and technologists to talk with - it's going to be an exciting three days! Read More »
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