Brand new family records from Britain, North America and beyond...

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By Niall Cullen | February 7, 2020

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Findmypast is the only family history site with new record releases every week.

It's Friday and for family history fans that means one thing: brand new Findmypast Friday releases. Here's what's new to the site this week.

Canadian Directories & Almanacs

We’re launching this brand new collection with records from the province of Prince Edward Island. More will be added from across Canada over the coming months.

The eclectic mix of five directories cover the late 19th century from 1880 to 1899. The titles included are:

Directories and almanacs provide a window into the past, revealing what it would have been like for your ancestors in their community at the time. They're also handy when it comes to tracing house history.

British In India

We’ve enhanced this collection with over 7,000 new and exclusive records. Brought online in partnership with the Society of Genealogists, the latest additions include both a transcript with all the vital details about your family members and an image of the original record. These newest updates cover surnames beginning with the letters J and K.

This ever-expanding collection includes entries of births, marriages, divorces, and deaths in the British Raj between 1664 and 1961. They'll help you learn more about relatives who lived and worked in the thriving subcontinent generations ago. If your family has roots in British India, be sure to also explore our exclusive British India Office and East India Company records from the British Library.

Yorkshire Memorial Inscriptions

Family from ‘God’s Own County’? Find their final resting places with over 10,000 additional memorial inscriptions. These new updates come from Calderdale Family History Society and cover the following parishes:

Check our extensive list for details of the other 150-plus Yorkshire parishes covered in this exclusive collection.

Memorial inscriptions can reveal important details for your family tree. In these records, you'll get names, birth and death years and memorial locations.

Where will your past take you in this week's new releases? We'd love to hear about your discoveries on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And if you need a helping hand, why not ask a question in the Findmypast Forum, our thriving online community? There are plenty of like-minded family detectives ready and willing to help.

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