10 Million New Records: Indiana, Iowa, Idaho and More

by Amy Johnson Crow

Posted on March 24, 2014

marriage-certificate-small.jpgIf you have ancestors in the Midwest, South, or West, you should take a look at these eight new collections on Archives.com. These birth, death, and marriage indexes from Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, and Montana contain more than 10 million records. The new collections include:

Georgia, Birth and Christening Index covers 1754-1960. Information may include the child's name, gender, names of the parents, birth date, birthplace, and christening date. Coverage varies by county.

Idaho, Death and Burial Index covers 1907-1965. Information varies from county to county but may include the of the deceased, gender, parents' names, spouse's name, death date, place of death, date of burial, and place of burial.

Idaho, Select Marriage Index includes 1878-1898 and 1903-1942. Information varies from county to county but may include the names of the bride and groom, marriage date, and marriage place. Coverage varies by county.

Indiana, Birth and Christening Index covers 1773-1933. Information may include the child's name, gender, names of the parents, birth date, birthplace, and christening date. Coverage varies by county.

Indiana, Marriage Index covers 1780-1992. Information may include the names of the bride and groom, marriage date, and marriage place. Coverage varies by county.

Iowa, Select Death and Burial Index covers 1850-1992. Information varies from county to county but may include the of the deceased, gender, parents' names, spouse's name, death date, place of death, date of burial, and place of burial.

Iowa, Select Marriage Index covers 1809-1992. Information may include the names of the bride and groom, marriage date, and marriage place. Coverage varies by county.

Montana, Marriage Index covers 1889-1947. Information varies from county to county but may include the names of the bride and groom, marriage date, and marriage place. Coverage varies by county.

Archives.com members have access to more than 2.6 billion records. The Archives.com Collections page lists the latest additions. You can also stay up-to-date by watching this blog, following us on Twitter (@Archivescom) or liking us on Facebook.

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