New Records from Ancestry

Birth, Marriage, Death and Census records are the foundation of genealogical research.

Building on the largest collection of core US Birth, Marriage and Death Records, additional new collections coming to Ancestry this year from across the US include:

■ New York City Certificate Indexes for Birth, Marriage, and Death records (over 14 million records from 1862-1949) (available now)

■ Statewide digitization projects in many states including Hawaii, Iowa, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming

■ Digitizing new US Naturalizations records from California, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia

International Record Additions: This year, over 100 million new records will be added from national collections in Denmark, Finland, France, Mexico, and Norway, including more than six million Mexico Catholic records and over 50 million France Census and Birth, Marriage and Death records. ○

Ancestry is also actively digitizing and publishing Census and Birth, Marriage and Death records in over a dozen international countries including Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, and the UK.

You can find a list of recently added and updated collections at Ancestry.

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