Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Become a New York family history pro with brand new NYG&B records

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Renee, expand your family tree with brand new US, British and Irish collections

Trace your family's New York connections this Findmypast Friday with new additions to our collection of New York Genealogical & Biographical Society records.

Explore inscriptions left in family bibles from all over the United States to uncover details of important life events, plus gain invaluable insights into tracing your New York ancestors with new issues of two NYG&B publications. We've also added baptisms, marriages and burials from Dublin to help you find your Irish roots.

This week we've added over 3.7 million new records and newspaper articles including:
American Bible Society Index
Uncover family records of ancestors found inscribed in family bibles. Search or browse this index of over 8,000 names to uncover life events such as births, marriages, and deaths.
Did your ancestors leave behind a family bible? »
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Update
Three new issues have been added to the NYG&B Record, the second oldest genealogical journal in the United States. Search or browse to find valuable documentation to aid you in your family history research.
Discover the best ways to trace your New York family »
New York Researcher Update
Search or Browse the 2015 summer and fall issues of the New York Researcher, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society's (NYG&B) quarterly review.
Get useful tips for researching people and places in New York state »
Dublin Registers & Records
Search through eight publications of parish records from the Church of Ireland dating from the 1600s up to 1800 to discover baptism, marriage, and burial dates of your ancestors.
Uncover your family's Dublin connections »
See all this week's new records
We hope you enjoy exploring these rich and varied collections. Be sure to stay tuned for further special releases every week throughout the remainder of the festive season!

Have a great weekend,

The Findmypast Team

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