Genealogy Librarian – Edith Nettleton – turns 100!

Tuesday July 22nd was Edith Nettleton’s 100th birthday! Celebrate with her and send a birthday card to: Edith B. Nettleton c/o Guilford Free Library 67 Park Street Guilford, CT 06437 Rachael Scarborough King, New Haven (CT) Register reporter wrote about Genealogy Librarian Edith Nettleton turning 100. Click here to read the entire article.Here is... (Read More)

FamilySearch adding 1920 Census online

Complete US Census Index 1790-1930 to be free online. FamilySearch.org (the Family History Library – Salt Lake City, UT) announced today that it will complete its online index to the US Census 1790 to 1930, making the entire index free online for the first time.Currently FamilySearch has online free indexes to the 1850, 1860,... (Read More)

Census – Vital Records – Washington State; England; Mexico

Washington State Census, Birth Records, Marriage Records, Death Records; Mexico 1930 Census; and England & Wales Census of 1841 & 1861 are now online. It’s a great day for Genealogy. Washington StateWashington State Digital Archives has now put Washington State & Federal census records from 1847 through 1910. Click here to see the list... (Read More)

FamilySearch Indexing now available in Spanish

FamilySearch’s indexing system is now available in the Spanish language, giving Spanish speakers easier access to an enormous collection of family history resources. Familysearch, a nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, contains the world’s largest repository of genealogical records. For longtime family history buffs, making the indexing process... (Read More)