Free Rhode Island Census Records Online

Free Rhode Island Census Records Online include records kept when Rhode Island was just a colony, state and federal census records, and census substitutes.   Free Rhode Island Census Substitutes for the early years List of Early Settlers of Rhode Island 1648-1696 Rhode Island Land Evidences, Volume I 1621, 1700, Pierce's Colonial Lists: Civil, Military, and Professional Lists of Plymouth and Rhode Island Colonies, comprising colonial, county and town officers, clergymen, physicians and lawyers; with extracts from colonial laws defining their duties Documentary History of Rhode Island, Volume 2, (Portsmouth and Newport to 1647 with early residents) Documentary History of Rhode Island, Volume 1, (Providence and Warwick to 1649 and of the Colony to 1647) New Index to the Civil and Military Lists of Rhode Island Civil and Military List of Rhode Island, 1647-1800, Volume 1 Civil and Military List of Rhode Island, 1647-1800, Volume 2 1746, The Must…
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Rhode Island Newspapers Online

Online newspapers are a great way to further your genealogy and family history research and there are many historic Rhode Island Newspapers Online. Articles in newspapers can extend your knowledge about individuals and families and reveal information about births, marriages, deaths, social events, occupations, land transactions, legal matters, military service, and so much more. Much of the information one can glean from newspapers articles will not be found in standard BMD (birth, marriage, death) records. The Rhode Island Historical Society has copies of most newspapers published in Rhode Island, the first being published in 1732, but these have not been digitized by the RIHS. Here's a list of free Rhode Island newspapers online, with links: Hope Valley, Rhode Island Hope Valley Advertiser, Hope Valley, Rhode Island, 1880s-1940s Newport, Rhode Island French Gazette, Newport, Rhode Island, 1780-1781 Gazette Francoise, Newport, Rhode Island The Guardian …
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AmericanAncestors free for 1 week, starting April 6th!

Just to help spread the word, AmericanAncestors is offering one free week of access to their databases, starting April 6th. That's over a billion records! Time to pull out the genealogy and break down a few brick walls. All you have to do is register for a free account. AmericanAncestors.org "... provides family historians access to more than 1 billion records spanning the U.S. and beyond, including one of the most extensive online collections of early American records, and the largest searchable collection of published genealogical research journals and magazines. Special strengths in our content include English, New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont), New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia materials." Don't miss out, sign up now for your free account.    
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