Many new and updated record collections are now available online.
The following information comes from Findmypast:
National School Admission Registers & Log-Books 1870-1914: Over 527,000 records schools from 8 separate archives across England have been added to this collection. Originally launched in September 2014, the collection has had over 160,000 records added in this latest update and is now complete.
Worcestershire Parish Records: Nearly 9,000 new records have been added to our collection of Worcestershire Baptisms, over 2,700 new records to our collection of Worcestershire Marriages, and over 5,000 new records to our collection of Worcestershire Burials. These latest additions cover the parishes of Droitwich St Andrew and St Nicholas between 1571 and 1900.
Middlesex Baptisms 1543-1876: Over 129,000 records have been added to this collection, which now spans over 300 years from the sixteenth century all the way up to the late nineteenth century.
Irish Quaker Records: Over 1.2 million of these records have been made available in the first phase of a major project to digitise all surviving Quaker records for Ireland. The collection consists of both transcripts and scanned colour images of original birth, marriage, burial, congregational, school and migration records held by the Historical Committee of the Religious Society of Friends in Ireland Archives. Spanning over 350 years of Ireland’s history from 1654 to the present day, the collection contains over 2 million names and, when complete, will cover all 32 counties of Ireland.
British Royal Navy & Royal Marines service and pension records: This collection of over 911,000 records, released in association with The National Archives, consists of an assortment of documents kept by the Greenwich Hospital and the Royal Hospital Chelsea to record the details of Greenwich Pensioners. The collection spans over 230 years of British naval history from to 1704 to 1934 and contain over 270,000 scanned colour images.
Queensland Births 1829-1919: This collection contains over 930,000 records, each consisting of a transcript of the original source material that can reveal your ancestors’ birth date, registration year, parents names and mother’s maiden names. Each transcript will also include the original record’s registration number, which can be used to order the birth certificate from the Queensland Registry of Births, Deaths, and Marriages.
Queensland Marriages 1829-1939: This collection contains over 704,000 records, each consisting of a transcript of the original source material that lists a couples’ full names, the date of their wedding and the registration year. The original record’s registration number is also included.
Suffolk Marriage Index: Over 71,000 marriage records from over 200 parishes have been added to this collection. Each record consists of a transcript produced by members of the Suffolk Family History Society that includes the married couple’s full names, marital status, parish, the date of their marriage and the location. The Index currently cover 576 parishes, dates back to 1536 and stretches through to the twentieth century.
Kent, Bromley Absent Voters List 1918: This collection records the details over 8,000 men who were eligible to vote and were away serving in the armed forces during the First World War. The list also includes the names of eight women who were members of the Women’s Auxiliary Army Corp or Army Service Corp. Each record consists of a transcript of the information recorded in the original list. Each transcript will list your ancestor’s name, service number, rank, regiment, service branch and home address.