Exciting News: French Civil Registration in the Indexing Process

Have you not been able to find your ancestor’s birth, death or marriage certificate, because you’re not sure where the event took place? Wishing the records could be computer searched?

FamilySearch just made that wish one step closer to becoming reality. French language civil registrations have been added to their indexing projects, which means they’re being prepared to become searchable. Of course, at the current rate, we may be waiting a few years.

If you read French, you can speed up the process by jumping to help. Details are available at https://familysearch.org/indexing/projects/LuxembourgCiviRegistration17961923PartB?type=IIS#!/.  Please share the information, so we can get the project done soon!

 

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About Bryna O'Sullivan

A Connecticut-based professional genealogist, I love working with beginners of all backgrounds. I also do specialty research in Connecticut and Luxembourg-American genealogy.
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