Two “new” projects!

Today we have one new project, Wells, Somerset, England, Bishop’s Transcripts and a returning project, Kansas, City and County Census, 1919-1978 (Part 1).

The Wells, Somerset, England, Bishop’s Transcripts contains a portion of the Bishop’s Transcripts (copies of parish register entries) that are located in Wells, England.  They are separated into event types, burials, marriages and baptisms and are all type written.  If you have questions or feedback please post them on the Discussion page or this message board post.

And many of you are familiar with the Kansas, City and County Census, 1919-1978 (Part 1) – part 1 is the first of the projects created after splitting the project into smaller parts.  (There are still quite a few review image sets available for the original project.)  In this project you will encounter various sets of population schedules, we will be keying from the records with information about inhabitants of a town.  You may come across images that are illegible – if you are not able to interpret any of the handwriting please cancel the image set with the reason of “illegible”.  If you have questions or feedback please post them on the Discussion page or this message board post.

Happy keying!

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That would really be neat to see some transcripts from Wells, England as that is where my husband’s ancestry originates on his Wells side of the family.

I have yet to get a Kansas Census to index. I keep getting sheets of blank paper with some kind of document underneath them. I also get agriculture pages which we don’t index anyway.