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Partners to the past

At Findmypast, we work hard to forge long-standing, mutually-beneficial relationships with archives, institutions, and societies. These partnerships are key to making billions of family records available online for the first time.

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PERSI partners

A range of partners from around the globe have helped us make The PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) available online for the first time. In this vast resource, you'll find publications from Allen County Genealogical Society of Indiana, Family History Society of Norfolk (Canada), Genealogical Society of Ireland, Genealogical Society of Nova Scotia, Genealogical Society of Salem County, Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society, Tip O Texas Genealogical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New Zealand Society of Genealogists, Tip O Texas Genealogical Society and more. If you're interested in putting your periodical on the map, we can help you get it published in PERSI. Drop us a line on persi@findmypast.com.

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New York Genealogical and Biographical Society

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society has been the leading resource for research on New York families since 1869. Its website, NewYorkFamilyHistory.org offers unique information and in-depth guidance about doing effective research in New York City and State. A range of records and publications digitized by NYG&B can also be viewed at Findmypast.

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New England Historic Genealogical Society

We're proud to offer Massachusetts family history collections from the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Founded in 1845, NEHGS is one of America's leading resources for genealogy research. The society helps genealogists of all skill levels improve knowledge and understanding of their family, and how their ancestors have a place in history.

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