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The records in this collection span the period from roughly 1785 to 1915.
This first release covers some 1.5 million records.
In total, this new record collection covers some 230 parishes across the Archdiocese of New York, which is the second largest archdiocese in the United States.
This is a very important collection not just in its own right but because many immigrants to America came through New York (for more information see Ellis Island Immigration Facts) and spent some time in the greater New York area before migrating to other parts of America.
This collection contains some 36.2 million pages in over 250,000 yearbooks.
Now, My Heritage has been able to extract all the names from these yearbooks so it is now possible for someone to search this collection by name.
Presumably, over time Findmypast will be adding more records to this collection.
There are roughly 700,000 records currently in this collection.
A typical record in this collection is shown below.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, year of birth, residence and keyword. [1939 Register for England and Wales] This is the record for Winston Churchill in the 1939 Register for England and Wales.
It is perfectly possible that your ancestor’s baptism or marriage church record might be in this collection.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, year, parish and father or mother’s name (in the case of baptism records) or spouse’s name (in the case of marriage records). [New York Baptism Records] US – Findmypast has also released a collection of Chicago Roman Catholic parish records. The records in this collection span the years from 1843 (when the diocese of Chicago was first formed) to 1925.
Much of the information that was collected in the 1939 Register is like a regular census.