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New parish records on Findmypast

New English and Welsh parish records are ready to search

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Niall Cullen
28 May 2021

Delve into thousands of new British parish records this Findmypast Friday. Plus, what’s released next? You decide.

Another Findmypast Friday, another fresh batch of family history records and newspaper pages for you to enjoy. Take a look at what's new below.

We’ve added thousands of new records to this collection. Will you unlock a new family connection?

The latest additions cover the parishes of:

  • Ealing from 1802-1812
  • Harrow from 1841-1876
  • Hayes from 1557-1812
  • Hillingdon from 1559-1876

Baptism records are some of the most important resources for every family tree. They reveal essential details like addresses, baptism and birth dates, and parents' names.

Privacy rules have allowed us to expand this Welsh collection with baptisms from 1921 and marriages from 1936.

3 top tips for exploring parish records on Findmypast

  1. Visit our list of all record sets to see what’s available for your county
  2. Browse the collections page-by-page to ensure you haven’t missed anything
  3. Narrow your search results by adding more detail – a year, location, or another name

In case you missed the news, we’ve renewed our partnership with the British Library, so you can expect millions more historical newspaper pages to be published online in the coming years.

Hot off the press this week are:

And we've added thousands more pages to these papers:

We've got some exciting events lined up for the Findmypast Community next week. All will be revealed on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter throughout the week. There might even be a prize or two up for grabs.