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- Anglo-Celtic Connections blogger John Reid posted about new digital collections from the University of Manitoba in Canada. They include newspapers, photos, books and more material about the university and the province of Manitoba. See Reid’s post here and visit the University of Manitoba Digital Collection here.
- Origins.net and the Devon Wills Project have compiled a free index of pre-1858 Devon wills, administrations and inventories. Most of the records indexed here were destroyed during World War II in 1942, according to the site, so “the overall aim of this index is to create a finding-aid to enable the researcher to determine what probate materials were originally recorded.” You’ll get source information for any surviving documents that match your search. The Devon Wills Project, 1312-1891 is searchable free at Origins.net.
- The free FamilySearch.org records collection has grown by 192 million indexed records and record images from Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Spain, Switzerland, the United States and Wales. Notable US additions include Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933. See the full list of new and updated collections and click through to search or browse them from the FamilySearch News and Press Blog.
- Subscription genealogy site findmypast.com has launched an Irish Newspaper Collection of nearly 2 million searchable Irish newspaper articles dating as far back as the early-to-mid 1800s . The papers come from the British Library and include The Belfast Morning News, The Belfast Newsletter, The Cork Examiner, The Dublin Evening Mail, The Freemans Journal and The Sligo Champion. The collection is available on findmypast.com and with a World subscription on findmypast.com international sites.