Findmypast Friday: New British Army Lists and Caribbean Family Records

I acquired this from Findmypast this morning:

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Discover model new British Military lists and Caribbean household data this Findmypast Friday


Immerse your self in household historical past analysis this weekend with hundreds of recent data to discover. This is a rundown of what’s new on Findmypast.

British Army Embarkation Lists, 1871-1889

This detailed assortment paperwork British Military troopers who have been drafted to India within the late nineteenth century.

There are over 100,000 transcripts on this assortment taken from unique embarkation returns held within the British Library’s India Workplace Assortment. They will reveal your military ancestors’ names, ages, service numbers, ranks, regiments, the date they left for India and the ship they travelled on.

St Kitts & Nevis Baptisms 1716-1881

Delve into hundreds of recent baptism data from the Caribbean islands of St Kitts & Nevis.

An previous map of St Kitts (St Christopher) & Nevis, circa. 1775.

Spanning from 1716-1881, the data reveal important family tree info together with names, dad and mom’ names and addresses.

Newspapers

It’s a bumper week of releases with 13 new papers and updates to 6 others. Model new additions embrace:

Findmypast have additionally revealed pages from further years within the following newspapers:

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