MyHeritage Just Added 463 Million Historical Records from France

 I obtained this info at this time from Daniel Horowitz of MyHeritage:


We’re comfortable to announce that we’ve simply revealed an enormous treasure trove of 463 million historic information from France in 5 collections, which offer probably the most complete protection obtainable for beginning, marriage, and loss of life information from France within the 18th, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.

When MyHeritage acquired Filae — a number one family tree service in France — two months in the past, we promised that Filae’s worthwhile and unique content material would quickly turn out to be obtainable on MyHeritage. This launch constitutes a good portion of the historic document content material on Filae; lots of the information are unique and never obtainable on different industrial websites.

The collections on this launch embrace:
France, Church Baptisms and Civil Births with 154.4 million information.
France, Church Marriages and Civil Marriages with 125.3 million information.
France, Church Burials and Civil Deaths with 149.1 million information.
1872 France Census, taken within the aftermath of the Franco-Prussian Battle and consisting of 16.4 million information from 67 French departments.
1906 France Census, consisting of 17.6 million information from 63 departments in France. Paris just isn’t included within the 1872 and 1906 collections, as census taking in Paris solely started in 1926.

All of them embrace a high-quality index of transcribed information and superbly scanned pictures of the unique paperwork.

This spectacular compilation is only the start of our work with Filae to make historic information from France simply accessible to genealogists everywhere in the world… so keep tuned!

I encourage you to take a look at the brand new collections and unfold the phrase amongst your mates, household, and followers. Right here’s a link to our blog post with extra particulars on the collections.


Disclosure: I obtain a complimentary subscription to MyHeritage, and gave obtained different materials consideration in previous years. I uploaded my autosomal DNA uncooked information to their DNA product. This doesn’t have an effect on my goal evaluation of MyHeritage merchandise.

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