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- FamilySearch released more searchable records this week, including more than 6 million Hungarian Catholic Church records, 4 million Mexican civil registrations, 1 million new Chinese genealogies (1500 to 1900), and Quebec notarial records (1800 to 1900). US additions come from California, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Washington and the Virgin Islands, plus 1942 WWII draft registrations. See the full list and link to each database here.
- Family tree site Geni introduced its $4.95-per-month Geni Plus service as a level between the free Basic and $12.95 Pro memberships. Genealogists frustrated feedback after changes to those memberships led to Geni Plus, intended for social genealogists who want to collaborate with other researchers. It’s “designed to give these members more power to build their personal family trees while discovering some of the benefits of working with others on their family history,” says CEO Noah Tutak. Features include unlimited relatives in your tree and GEDCOM exports for any profile you can view on Geni (up to 100,000 records). See Genis blog for more details.
- Subscription British records site Findmypast.co.uk added a million 20th century merchant navy seamen recordsthe first time theyre accessible online. They list crew members of UK merchant ships from 1918 to 1941 and include photos.