Wednesday, October 06, 2010

FamilySearch: 1930 Census Index update

NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The following updates was just received from our friends at FamilySearch. Please address all inquiries to support@FamilySearch.org.

6 October 2010

Progress Being Made on 1930 U.S. Census Index

The indexing of the 1930 U.S. Census is moving right along, with the state of Virginia now available. Volunteers who speak Spanish, Portuguese, or German also have new project options. Completed projects soon to be published on the FamilySearch beta website include records from Argentina, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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 beta.familysearch.org in the near future.)

·         Argentina, Santa Fe—Registros Parroquiales, 1634–1926 [Parte B]
·         Australia, Victoria—Probate Records, 1853–1989
·         U.K., Bristol—Non-Conformist Registers, Pre-1900 [Part A]
·         U.K., Bristol—Parish Registers, 1837–1900 [Part E]
·         U.S.—Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files, 1812–1905
·         U.S., California—County Marriages, 1850–1952 [Part A]
·         U.S., Florida—1930 Federal Census
·         U.S., Indiana, Delaware County—Marriages, 1811–1959
·         U.S., Texas—County Marriages, 1837–1977 [Part A]
Current FamilySearch Indexing Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Spanish
40%
Spanish
68%
Spanish
23%
Portuguese
(New)
Portuguese
8%
Portuguese
2%
Portuguese
45%
English
3%
English
66%
French
33%
Česká republika, Litoměřice—Matriky, 1552-1905 [část 1]
(Tschechien, Litomerice—Kirchenbücher [Teil 1])
German
75%
Spanish
17%
Spanish
27%
Spanish
12%
Spanish
50%
German
68%
German
(New)
German
44%
Spanish
14%
España, LugoRegistros Parroquiales, 15301930 [Parte 1]
Spanish
40%
France, Cherbourg—Registres Paroissiaux, 1802–1907
French
38%
France, Coutances—Registres Paroissiaux 1802–1907
French
33%
French
75%
France, Saint-Lo—Registres Paroissiaux, 1802–1907
French
58%
Spanish
5%
Spanish
13%
Italian
62%
Italian
30%
Spanish
89%
Mexico, Puebla—1930 Federal Censo
Spanish
23%
English
4%
Spanish
21%
Norwegian
38%
Spanish
52%
Portuguese
22%
Russland, Sankt Petersburg—Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1833–1885
German
3%
South Africa, Cape Province—Church Records, 1660–1970
Afrikaans, Dutch, English
61%
Swedish
53%
Swedish
61%
Swedish
27%
English
(New)
English
11%
English
57%
English/
Old English
17%
Spanish
1%
English
41%
English
27%
English
25%
English
13%
English
35%
English
69%
English
37%
U.S., Indiana, De Kalb County—Marriages, 1811–1959
English
69%
U.S., Indiana, Dearborn County—Marriages, 1811–1959
English
62%
English
1%
English
9%
English
10%
English
18%
English
21%
English
21%
English
(New)
English
6%
English
51%
English
21%
English
58%
Spanish
5%
Spanish
50%
Spanish
81%
Spanish
2%
English
29%
English
11%
English
58%
English
19%
English
(New)
Spanish
(New)
Spanish
18%
Österreich, Wiener Meldezettel, 1890–1925
German
29%
Russian
32%
Russian
68%

Current FamilySearch Partner Projects, Record Language, and Percent Completion

Dutch
56%
French
50%
Portuguese
1%
English
18%
German
7%
Spanish
5%
Spanish
79%
French
63%
Norwegian
43%
Spanish
62%
English
3%
U.S., Ohio—Tax Records, Post 1825 [Part 3]
English
51%
U.S., Utah, Salt Lake County—Birth Registers, 1890–1908
English
63%
U.S., Utah, Salt Lake County—Death Registers, 1848–1940
English
32%


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