New Projects – London, England Early Parish Registers (TRIAL) and Varese, Italy Marriage and Death Records
Recently we released three new projects. There are two Italian and one English project – although when you open them they may all seem foreign.
The Varese, Lombardia, Italia: Registri di Matrimonio, 1866-1937 and Varese, Lombardia, Italia: Registri di Morte, 1866-1937 projects are very similar. You will encounter both hand written and typed forms. These projects are in Italian but with a little help from the articles and Field Helps you should find it pretty easy to follow along.
Message Board: Internation Records – Other Languages
The London, England Early Parish Registers (TRIAL) project is a trial so initially we are releasing a small portion of the images in this collection as a test. We would like to hear from you what the biggest challenges are when keying this information to determine if we can create a name index for the collection, please email feedback to our support team, firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on the outcome of the test, the records keyed during this trial period may not ultimately appear in the index online and nor may it be available for free if we subsequently determine after the test that we cannot use our volunteer keying project to key the remaining images.. Your feedback is invaluable in helping us determine what types of collections can be keyed in the future through this project. We hope that the images for the entire collection will be available online before the end of the year. I think this project is a lot of fun and is a great learning experience. We have an extensive help article to assist you in keying this project.
Message Board: International Records – English Language
If you have questions about these projects, or other projects that are not resolved by the help articles please contact our support team by one of the methods outlined below.
1. Click on the Provide Feedback link found in the upper right hand corner of the keying tool and in the Help drop down menu.
2. Click on the Ask a Question tab found in the online help.
3. Email us, email@example.com.