[email protected] (Claire Santry, Irish Genealogy News), 2022-06-22 11:34:00,
Below is a summary of US family history collections released or updated by the major genealogy databases in the last four weeks. (Previous summary list published 27 May, see blogpost).
My regular summaries are designed to help family historians whose Irish ancestors emigrated, temporarily or permanently, to the United States.
By default, they should also be useful to anyone carrying out research in the US, regardless of the origin of their ancestors.
The figures in parenthesis in the New Collections section are the numbers of records or images in each new record set, if provided by the database.
Unless otherwise stated, the figures in parenthesis in the Updated Collections section reflect the number of records added to the collection in the recent update, if a number has been clearly noted by the supplier, and/or the revised total. I rarely include updates of fewer than 1,000 records.
These are from the last update of 26 May.
- Massachusetts: (Image-Only) RC Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920
St Luke (Belmont), St Mary of the Annunciation (Danvers), St Francis of Assisi (Lawrence), Sacred Heart (Middleboro), St Joseph (Needham), St Brigid (South Boston), St Cecilia (Ashland), St Mary (Franklin), St John the Evangelist (North Chelmsford), St Mary (Plymouth), St John the Baptist (Quincy), St Joseph (Quincy), St Joseph (Woburn), St Joseph (Salem) and St Peter (Plymouth). (8,600+ pages)
- Massachusetts: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Records, 1789-1920
Belmont, Danvers, East Boston, Quincy, Lawrence, Saugus, Lowell, Marlborough, Medford, Methuen, Norwood, Salem, Shirley, South Boston, Woburn, Cambridge, Newburyport, Kingston, Maynard, Revere, and Waltham.
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