More Catholic parish records on microfilm

Our series will continue with publication of additional Minnesota church records. However we’ve discovered a few of our microfilm reels may contain more information than the labels indicate. We’re double-checking to make sure our index is complete.

More postings to follow in coming days.

Catholic Parish records on microfilm (Rice & Scott Cos.)

Here’s Part 3 of our series regarding IGSI-held, microfilmed church records from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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Catholic Parish records on microfilm (Anoka & Dakota Cos.)

Here’s Part 2 of our series regarding IGSI-held, microfilmed church records from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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MN Catholic Parish records on microfilm (Hennepin Co.)

Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI) members often boast about our “Irish Collection” – the books, journals, family histories, maps, and more – housed at the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) Library in South St. Paul. Also part of the collection are 101 rolls of microfilmed records from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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How good are the new indexes?

When the indexes of Catholic parish records were released by Ancestry and findmypast this month, did you wonder how dependable and thorough they were?

Ancestry piles on with indexes & webinars

It was just a matter of time until Ancestry joined the party with their indexed versions of Catholic Parish Records.

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Priceless and game-changing records

Today (March 1) is momentous! Findmypast has announced the launch of 10 million fully-indexed Irish Catholic Parish Records effective today! The records will be forever free to search online.

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NLI’s Catholic Parish Records to be Online (and FREE)

Rarely do I post more than one blog in a day but this news is too splendid to wait for tomorrow: the National Library of Ireland (NLI) plans to make its pre-1880 Roman Catholic parish registers available online.

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