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Uncategorized23rd January 2013
The number and frequency of sailings to the US shows how lucrative the transatlantic trade was, with various routes served by competing shipping lines. There were regular sailings from Southampton, Glasgow, Queenstown (Cobh of Cork) and other ports, but not all travellers to America went via American ports such as New York and Philadelphia. The […]
New records alert! 200,000 names in Byrne’s Irish Times Abstracts 1859-1901, covering Dublin City and it’s Southern suburbs, including births,
New Zealand Electoral Rolls 1865 to 1869 We’ve just added over 320,000 New Zealand electoral rolls to findmypast.com! You can now access electoral rolls for New Zealand covering 1865-1875. Search our New Zealand Electoral Rolls
For those of you that have not heard, findmypast.com’s own business development manager and resident genealogist, D. Joshua Taylor, is officially the rising president of FGS. We are very proud.
1940 was a busy year for Wendell Willkie, who was competing for the Republican Presidential nomination against Senator Robert Taft of Ohio, Senator Arthur Vandenberg of Michigan, and Thomas E. Dewey of New York City. Before June’s convention the nominee had not been decided (an interesting comparison to this year’s current 2012 Republican primary field). […]