Will it really be 10,000 records?


One of the new projects today is 10,000 Vital Records of Western New York, 1809-1850.  I am a little skeptical and can’t wait to complete the project to see if there really are just 10,000 marriage and death records.  These are typed, easy to read records.  Due to the range of information available from record to record we have added more fields so there are more records to tab through.  (I suggest ordering the fields to match what you are keying.)  Questions and comments can be posted on the Discussion page, or the U.S. Records – Other message board.

The second project is Massachusetts, Vital Records, 1700-1850 and contains birth, marriage, and death records.  These records are also typed, and easy to read records and there are also a lot of fields to key.  Due to the range of fields for each event type there are Birth, Marriage and Death form types you will need to select from prior to keying.  Questions and comments can be posted on the Discussion page, or the U.S. Records – Other message board.

Happy indexing!

 

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