Findmypast Friday: New releases From Wales to the West Indies

Findmypast Friday: New releases From Wales to the West Indies

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New releases from Wales to the West Indies

With over 1.6 million Welsh electoral information and census substitutes from the Caribbean, the place with this week’s Findmypast Friday replace take you?

Index to Death Duty Registers, 1796-1903

Search over 5,000 model new additions to fill any gaps in your family tree. Unique to Findmypast and now containing over 3.3 million transcripts and pictures, these information will allow you to find English and Welsh ancestors who left estates that incurred an inheritance tax.

Created by the Property Obligation Workplace (later to change into the Inland Income), every outcome will give you the identify and handle of the testator, their date of dying in addition to the identify and handle of the administrator. The data captured by this index might also enable you get hold of copies of unique entries from the Demise Obligation Register and monitor down your ancestors will or administration.

West Glamorgan Electoral Registers, 1839-1925

Containing over 1.6 million information, this expansive assortment particulars over 80 years of electoral registers and Burgess Rolls for the Borough of Swansea in West Glamorgan.

Every outcome will give you the identify, handle and “qualification” of the person who had registered to vote making them a beneficial census substitute. Electoral registers are additionally and wonderful useful resource for exploring the historical past of your property or native space.

Leeward Islands Census Substitutes, 1678-1753

Search these early identify lists for early settlers of the islands of Anguilla, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis and St Kitts (St Christopher Island). Containing roughly 6,000 transcripts, this assortment will give you the names, race, gender and site of the islands’ inhabitants in addition to the date they had been recorded and, in some cases, their title, age, occupation, nationality, and parish.


This week sees 116,740 new pages, eight brand-new Welsh titles and updates to twenty-eight current publications be part of Findmypast’s ever increasing newspaper archive.

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