Findmypast is thrilled to announce an incredible breakthrough in one of the most famous popular mysteries of the last century. Our stellar London team has recovered the death records of both Dr Henry Jekyll, and his sometime associate, Mr Edward Hyde.
We’ve just added Massachusetts vital records to 1850 on findmypast.com! Since its settlement in 1620, many areas of Massachusetts have carefully recorded births, marriages, and deaths in their respective towns. This collection, compiled by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, offers more than 2 million records of births, deaths, and marriages from the 1600s to 1850. Originally printed in books for… Read more ›
New Records: Work to War to Worship; Findmypast.com Exclusive Historical Records Highlight Significant Life Events ›
Findmypast.com just published more than 40 million new records to its all ready extensive collection of historical records, which include military; life events; census land and surveys; institutions and organization; newspapers, directories and social history; immigration and travel; court and probate; and education and work records. “The number of records released offers findmypast.com‘s users a staggering amount of new data,… Read more ›
Earlier this year, our colleagues at genesreunited.co.uk (findmypast.com’s sibling site under parent company brightsolid) used marriage and birth records to predict William and Kate’s first child to arrive on Aug. 27, 2013. While the palace has not announced a due date, the masses have connected clues to form a widely accepted due date of summer 2013 – pretty close to… Read more ›