Suffolk records amongst over 450,000 new parish records added to findmypast.co.uk

Suffolk records amongst over 450,000 new parish records added to findmypast.co.uk

Family history website findmypast.co.uk has added over 450,000 new parish baptisms, marriages and burials covering the period 1538-2009 from areas as diverse as Northumberland, Durham, Ryedale, Sheffield, Wiltshire and Suffolk to make it easier than ever to trace your ancestors further back through history and further expanding what has now become the most comprehensive collection of England and Wales parish records online. Paul Nixon, Content Licensing Manager for findmypast.co.uk commented on the new release “This is a tremendous step for those trying to uncover their UK ancestors, and a great resource for family historians with British roots worldwide”.

Full details of what this exciting record release contains are as follows:

• 141,525 Suffolk Baptisms 1753-1911
• 244,309 Wiltshire Baptisms 1538-1867
• 27,420 Northumberland & Durham Burials 1587-2009
• 22,687 Sheffield Baptisms 1837-1968
• 8,181 Sheffield Marriages 1824-1991
• 7,113 Ryedale Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1754-1999

These records are brought to you by Suffolk family history society, Wiltshire family history society, Northumberland and Durham family history society, Sheffield family history society and Ryedale family history society as a result of the ongoing partnership of findmypast.co.uk and the Federation of Family History Societies. They are available to search online now and can be viewed with PayAsYouGo credits, a Britain Full or a World subscription.

The records are available on all findmypast sites as part of a World subscription.

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