New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of January 28, 2019SALT LAKE CITY, UT—FamilySearch added new, free historical records this week from Austria, Brazil, Cape Verde, England, France, Italy (Mantova, Terni, and Vicenza), Netherlands, South Africa, and the United States (Maine and Missouri). (Easily find and share this announcement online in the FamilySearch Newsroom).
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|Country||Collection||Indexed Records||Digital Images||Comments|
|Austria||Austria, Carinthia, Gurk Diocese, Catholic Church Records, 1527-1986||75,102||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|Brazil||Brazil, São Paulo, Immigration Cards, 1902-1980||2,120||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|Cape Verde||Cape Verde, Catholic Church Records, 1787-1957||19,477||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|England||England, Devon and Cornwall Marriages, 1660-1912||319||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|France||France, Convict Register, 1650-1867||48,409||0||New indexed records collection|
|Italy||Italy, Mantova, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1496-1906||34,729||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|Italy||Italy, Terni, Civil Registration, 1861-1921||123,204||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|Italy||Italy, Vicenza, Bassano del Grappa, Civil Registration (State Archive), 1871-1942||120,752||0||New indexed records collection|
|Netherlands||Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Civil Registration, 1811-1950||55,943||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
|South Africa||South Africa, Transvaal, Civil Death, 1869-1954||134,526||0||New indexed records collection|
|United States||Maine, Tombstone Inscriptions, Surname Index, 1620-2014||129,668||0||New indexed records collection|
|United States||Missouri, Civil Marriages, 1820-1874||785||0||Added indexed records to an existing collection|
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