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Somerset records added to FindmyPast

The latest additions to FindmyPast (www.findmypast.com):

Somerset Baptisms Index
Our new collection of Somerset Baptisms is an index to more than 2.1 million parish baptisms held at the Somerset Archives. The collection consists of transcripts spanning the years 1501 to 1917 and covers baptisms performed in 496 parishes across the county.

Somerset Banns Index
The Somerset Banns Index contains over 258,000 transcripts of original parish records. Banns are the public announcement in a Christian parish church of an impending marriage between two specified persons.

Somerset Marriages Index
Find out when and where your Somerset ancestors were married with over 1 million transcripts spanning nearly 500 years of the county’s history. The records found in this collection are a combination of transcripts created by Findmypast from original registers held by the Somerset Archives and transcriptions gathered and created from original records by the Somerset & Dorset Family History Society.

Somerset burials index
Were your West Country ancestors were laid to rest in Somerset? Search more than 1.5 million transcripts to discover when your ancestor died and where they spent their final days.

British Newspapers
Over 1.1 million articles and 9 brand new titles have been added to our collection of historic British Newspapers this month. New titles now available to search include:

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Herts & Cambs Reporter & Royston Crow
Knaresborough Post
Galloway Gazette
Forfar Dispatch
Fulham Chronicle
Hampstead & Highgate Express
Kidderminster Times and Advertiser for Bewdley & Stourport
Buchan Observer and East Aberdeenshire Advertiser
Carluke and Lanark Gazette

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