FamilySearch: 100 million records indexed in the first half of 2010!

This press release was received from FamilySearch. Mighty impressive numbers!

22 July 2010

Online Volunteers Index a Whopping 100 Million Records Already This Year

FamilySearch Indexing is excited to announce that our dedicated volunteers have completed 100 million records in the first half of 2010, and is on track to complete a targeted 200 million by the end of the year. Patrons can search the completed indexes and images at

More volunteers are always needed—particularly on international, non-English projects. New projects were added for Brazil, Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, and Russia.

Interested volunteers can start helping any time by registering at and selecting a project.

New Projects in the Past Month
·         Brasil, Minas Gerais—Church Records, 1706-1952
(In partnership with
Universidada Federal de Minas Gerais)
·         Mexico, San Luis Potosi—1930 Federal Censo
Recently Completed Projects
(Note: Recently completed projects have been removed from the available online indexing batches and will now go through a final completion check process. They will be published at in the near future.)
·         Chile, Concepción—Registros Civiles, 1885–1903 [Parte 2A]
·         Jamaica—Civil Births, 1878–1899 [Part C]
·         Jamaica—Civil Births, 1900–1930 [Part A]
·         U.K., Bristol—Parish Registers, 1837–1900 [Part C]
·         U.S., Military—1920 Federal Census
·         U.S., New York—1910 Federal Census
·         U.S., South Dakota—1910 Federal Census
·         U.S., Utah—1910 Federal Census
·         U.S., Utah—County Marriages, 1887–1966 [Part A]
·         U.S., West Virginia—1910 Federal Census
·         U.S., Wyoming—1910 Federal Census

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