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MyHeritage Accelerates Publication of Content, Adds 74 Collections with 130 Million Historical Records

We have been growing our content team and ramping up our pace of publishing new collections of historical records, to help our users progress in their family history research and make incredible discoveries. In this post, we’re excited to share our largest collection update yet. The 74 new collections we’ve published include 130 million records of many different types, including birth, marriage, death, census, immigration, civil, military, newspapers, will and probate records. Showing MyHeritage’s commitment to advance genealogy globally, the new records come from many countries: the U.S., the U.K, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, and Spain. Following this update, MyHeritage’s database of historical records has now grown to 18.6 billion records.

Below are some highlights of the new collections, listed by country. Click the collection name to learn more about the collection and to search it.

Australia

Australia, Adelaide Burials

Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Deaths

Australia, Brisbane Burials and Cremations

Australia, Brisbane Hospital Deaths Records 

Australia, First World War Nominal Roll, 1914–1918

Australia, Queensland Wills

Australia, Roll of Honour

Belgium

Belgium, Birth Notices

Belgium, Marriage Notices

Belgium, Death Notices

Belgium, Hainaut, Civil Registration of Marriages

Belgium, Limburg, Civil Registration of Marriages

Canada

Canada, Alberta, Calgary Burial Records

Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg Burial Records

Canada, Montreal, Non-Catholic Marriages

Canada, Quebec, Marriages

Canada, Quebec, Catholic Parish Marriages

Canada, Quebec, Persons Incarcerated in 19th Century Prisons 

Finland

Finland, War Victims, 1914–1922

France

France, Newspapers & Periodicals

France, Vienne, Census of 1856

France, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse Census of 1886

France, Haute-Garonne, Toulouse Census of 1891

France, Dordogne, Census of 1836

France, Marriages

Italy

Italy, Diocese of Trento, Catholic Church Marriages

Italy, Teramo, Civil Registration of Marriages

New Zealand

New Zealand, Auckland Arrivals

New Zealand, Auckland Burials

New Zealand, Canterbury, Christchurch Burials

New Zealand, Hamilton City Burials

New Zealand, Palmerston North City Burials

New Zealand, Taranaki, New Plymouth Burials

Norway

Norway, Cadastres, 1886

Portugal

Portugal, Porto, Catholic Church Marriages

Portugal, Setúbal, Catholic Church Marriages

Romania

Romania, Iași Civil Status Records

Scotland

Scotland, Gravestones and Memorials

Spain

Spain, Aragon, Electoral Census

Spain, Córdoba, Municipal Marriage Records

Spain, Málaga, Municipal Marriage Records

Sweden

Sweden, Birth Records 

Sweden, Death Records 

U.K.

England, Birmingham Burials

England, Tameside Burials

U.S.

1950 Census Update

Alabama, Birmingham Obituaries

Connecticut, Marriage Index

Indiana, Allen County Burial Permits

Indiana, Grant County, Death and Burial Records

Indiana, Grant County Obituaries

Iowa, Birth Records

Louisiana Obituaries

United States, Alien Case Files

Summary

Our team is proud to publish these 74 collections from around the world, with 130 million historical records. It is our hope that these collections help our users make extraordinary discoveries.

Searching the new collections on MyHeritage is free. To view the records or to save records to your family tree, you’ll need a Data or Complete plan.

If you have a family tree on MyHeritage, our Record Matching technologies will notify you automatically if records from these collections match your relatives. You’ll then be able to review the record and decide if you’d like to add the new information to your tree.

Enjoy the new collections!

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