New FamilySearch Collections: Week of August 11, 2015

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The new FamilySearch collections available this week are few, yet mighty. Over 1.2 million records have been added between these two collections. Follow the link below to explore this added content.









Colombia Catholic Church Records 1600-2012



Added images to an existing collection

Wisconsin County Marriages 1836-1911



Added indexed records to an existing collection


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  1. Logan

    Are you now responsible for the reporting of new collections? Recently, some have not been notified to patrons, so I hope there is a specific FamilySearch employee who has this responsibility, as it would be a shame if patrons are not noticing the new collections being added.

  2. I think it would be a wonderful idea to keep the records categorized after they are indexed.
    Some of the index jobs I have done have have been over standardized when it comes to requests for statistics and other data. For instance a passenger list index required the ship’s name but not a single passenger record had the ship’s name on it.

  3. de favor informeme si ya no hace genelogia ya que he reciido muchas llmadas de atencion y que hago con las tarjetas ya que n o hubo manera de ver el teje y manejo de indexcion.agradesco a quien me esta atendiendo pos hago las de genelogia y me llaman la atencionque necesite algo fono 2859717081.antes purga

    1. English Translation:

      As a favor inform me if genealogy isn’t done, since i have recieved a lot of calls of attention and that I do with the cards and there was no way to see the weaving and handling of indexing. I am grateful to who is atending to me for doing the genealogy and who call my attention.

      Jose, puede ir a este página, elegir su país, y le va a dar un número que puede llamar para recibir ayuda: