Wednesday, September 22, 2010

FamilySearchIndexing: 8.6 million records in last 9 days

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22 September 2010

FamilySearch volunteers have been very busy lately, indexing 8,684,146 records in the last nine days. There are also several new projects now available, including the first set of records from Uruguay and two additional states for the 1930 U.S. Census. Completed indexing projects soon to be published on Beta.FamilySearch.org include two state censuses.

New Projects in the Past Two Weeks

(See the chart below for a complete list and current status of all indexing projects.)

Recently Completed Projects

(Note: Recently completed projects have been removed from the available online indexing batches and will now go through a final completion check process. They will be published at http://Beta.FamilySearch.org in the near future.)

·         Canada, New Brunswick—Deaths, 1815–1938 [Part A]
·         Jamaica—Civil Births, 1900–1930 [Part B]
·         Mexico, San Luis Potosi—1930 Federal Censo
·         U.S., Iowa—1885 State Census
·         U.S., New Jersey—1885 State Census
·         U.S., Utah—County Marriages, 1887–1966 [Part B]
Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Spanish
35%
Spanish
56%
Spanish
23%
Spanish
95%
Portuguese
7%
Portuguese
1%
Portuguese
44%
English
3%
English
49%
French
33%
Česká republika, Litoměřice—Matriky, 1552-1905 [část 1]
(Tschechien, Litomerice—Kirchenbücher [Teil 1])
German
72%
Spanish
7%
Spanish
26%
Spanish
11%
Spanish
40%
German
59%
German
31%
Spanish
11%
España, LugoRegistros Parroquiales, 15301930 [Parte 1]
Spanish
40%
France, Cherbourg—Registres Paroissiaux, 1802–1907
French
35%
France, Coutances—Registres Paroissiaux 1802–1907
French
30%
French
71%
France, Saint-Lo—Registres Paroissiaux, 1802–1907
French
58%
Spanish
3%
Spanish
11%
Italian
56%
Italian
28%
Spanish
85%
Mexico, Puebla—1930 Federal Censo
Spanish
10%
English
3%
Spanish
(New)
Norwegian
28%
Spanish
46%
Portuguese
19%
Russland, Sankt Petersburg—Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1833–1885
German
3%
South Africa, Cape Province—Church Records, 1660–1970
Afrikaans, Dutch, English
57%
Swedish
50%
Swedish
60%
Swedish
27%
English
92%
English
61%
English
10%
English
29%
English/
Old English
15%
Spanish
(New)
English
(New)
English
23%
English
22%
English
87%
English
11%
English
28%
English
59%
English
(New)
English
35%
U.S., Indiana, De Kalb County—Marriages, 1811–1959
English
59%
U.S., Indiana, Dearborn County—Marriages, 1811–1959
English
55%
U.S., Indiana, Delaware County—Marriages, 1811–1959
English
87%
English
(New)
English
6%
English
7%
English
17%
English
17%
English
19%
English
6%
English
(New)
English
10%
English
44%
Spanish
4%
Spanish
37%
Spanish
79%
Spanish
1%
English
29%
English
4%
English
36%
English
90%
English
(New)
Spanish
17%
Österreich, Wiener Meldezettel, 1890–1925
German
28%
Russian
26%
Russian
61%

Current FamilySearch Partner Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Australia, Victoria—Probate Records, 18531989
English
95%
Dutch
49%
French
49%
Portuguese
1%
English
18%
German
7%
Spanish
2%
Spanish
76%
French
61%
Norwegian
39%
Spanish
55%
English
1%
U.S., Ohio—Tax Records, Post 1825 [Part 3]
English
51%
U.S., Utah, Salt Lake County—Birth Registers, 1890–1908
English
62%
U.S., Utah, Salt Lake County—Death Registers, 1848–1940
English
32%


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