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Sign up for the OnGenealogy weekly newsletter (delivered Fridays at noon) to receive regular industry updates, tips, and the latest listings at OnGenealogy. When you sign up you'll be sent a free copy of "How to Use Photos and Images FREE without worry". Here's an example of this week's newsletter. It occurred to me that I've been blogging less and sending out regular newsletters instead. So if you feel like you're missing out, sign up for the newsletter. A Family History Challenge

I'll be updating the OnGenealogy site with a vast number of digitized microfilms and books now available at FamilySearch. These are all available online, but some are governed by contracts that only permit you to view them at a Family History Center or FamilySearch affiliate library. That may sound overwhelming, but there's probably one within 30 minutes of where you live. I'm a homebody and I have been willing to drive to one of these centers to view these new record collec…

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Free, Online New Hampshire Birth, Marriage, and Death Records

This is a list of free, online New Hampshire birth, marriage, and death records. For tips on how to view the collections (many are newly digitized microfilms) please read How to Unlock FamilySearch Collections.

For other record types in any NH locale (cemetery records, probate records, city directories, county histories, military records, etc.), select the link at the end of any collection description below (such as "at NHFS") and this will take you to more record collections for that locale, or use these links: New Hampshire | Belknap County | Carroll County | Cheshire County | Coos County | Grafton County | Hillsborough County | Merrimack County | Rockingham County | Strafford County | Sullivan County. Statewide NH Birth, Marriage, and Death records

New Hampshire - New Hampshire Birth Certificates, 1901-1915, index & images at NHFS

New Hampshire - New Hampshire Birth Records, Early to 1900, index & images at NHFS

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All FamilySearch Microfilms now Digitized

As of Tuesday, September 21st, FamilySearch announced they've completed digitizing 2.4 million rolls of microfilm. These are being processed for online access and many are currently available online. Some have restrictions and need to be viewed at your local affiliate library but most are viewable from the comfort of your home. Here's a short blog with Tips for Unlocking the FamilySearch Collections and below I'll show you where to go to find the collections at FamilySearch.

Using the Family Search catalog Here's the FamilySearch catalog link. To use the catalog, you can type a location like "Syracuse" in the search bar and you'll need to select from the autosuggestions, which Syracuse you mean. Specify beneath the search bar that you're looking for online collections. Then find the type of record in their listing of record types. There are some glitches/bugs in their search method so if you run into a problem, restart your search using the search bar.…
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