New at Ancestry

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Coming Soon 

  • Historic U.S. & Canada Atlases, 1591-2000
  • Major U.S. & Canada Newspaper Update
  • North Dakota State Census, 1915 & 1925
  • Southern Claims Commission Records
  • Stars and Stripes, Pacific Theater, 1942-1964

10 thoughts on “New at Ancestry

  1. I continue to get passport applications OK, but with another person’s picture on the other passport page. Unable to access picture page (and yes, I’ve tried subsequent and antecedent pages)

  2. Please tell me, where is the long-promised 1915 NJ State census?
    It has been bruited about at least three times in 2007 alerts, but never appears. So….

  3. Are there any records that might contain info on Irish coming to the US between 1815 and 1820? I am looking for John Davis and Judith Mullin, both born in Ireland, and arriving on the same ship in 1819, but have nothing before that. Thanks for any help you may give me.
    Love the news letters and make hard copies for future referance.

  4. I have been trying to track down possible records to indentured servants coming into the US fro Ireland. Are there any books or records available prior to 1700? Thanks for any help.

  5. Julia, do you know when the newspaper update will take place?? It has been listed as “Coming Soon” for months.

  6. When I started on this site I didn’t even know where my ancester’s had orginated. This year I visited the tiny hamlet in Wales where my great, great something grandfather was born in 1772. Many thanks, Your doing a wonderful job. Jo

  7. My mother, Narcisa Marquina, came from Spain to the U. S. through Mexico in around l919. It is my understanding that she was a maid for a German governmental official who was transferred to Mexico ffom Spain. I have tried, in vain, to find information regarding her life in Spain. Is there any information available as to how she got into Mexico {stayed there for about 6 months) and came into the U.S. –traveled from Southern California to San Francisco and then to Idaho and eventually to Jordan Valley Oregon. She was there in the l920 census. Can you help me out? Paul A. Araquistain

  8. My mother, Narcisa Marquina, came from Spain to the U. S. through Mexico in around l919. It is my understanding that she was a maid for a German governmental official who was transferred to Mexico ffom Spain. I have tried, in vain, to find information regarding her life in Mexico.. Is there any information available as to how she got into Mexico {stayed there for about 6 months) and then came into the U.S. and ended up in her final destination: Jordan Valley Oegon. She was listed in that town in the l920 census. Can you help me out? Paul A. Araquistain

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