Records from Acton, Massachusetts from 1730-1850 Now Available at WorldVitalRecords.com
WorldVitalRecords.com scans its first data set from Everton Genealogical Library containing records from Acton, Massachusetts
Provo, UT, January 19, 2007 – - WorldVitalRecords.com recently launched its first data set from the Everton Genealogical Library, one of the largest privately held genealogical libraries in the United States, containing vital records from Acton, Massachusetts.
“The Acton Massachusetts data set is just one of the genealogy treasures that has been unlocked from the Everton Library and is now available at WorldVitalRecords.com,” said David Lifferth, President, World Vital Records, Inc.
This unique data set contains more than 14,500 records from 1730-1850. The vital records were compiled by the 1922 New England Historical Genealogical Society, and have now been scanned, indexed and made available at WorldVitalRecords.com.
In 1901, $20,000 was placed into a fund by an individual named Robert Henry Eddy to publish these vital records from Acton, Massachusetts.
“Our partnership with Everton Publishers will allow us to bring thousands of offerings similar to this latest database to a wider audience,” said Yvette Arts, Vice President, World Vital Records, Inc.
WorldVitalRecords.com continues to add at least one new database each day to its set. Currently there are more than 225 free databases on its site, including the SSDI.
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World Vital Records
Finding your ancestors can be overwhelming, and expensive. At WorldVitalRecords.com, we’ve made it easy and affordable for individuals to connect to their families and find answers to their genealogical questions. Led by Paul Allen, who after founding Ancestry.com, which became the largest genealogy company in the world, now aims to be the number two player in the genealogy industry with WorldVitalRecords.com. WorldVitalRecords.com will offer users international record databases, references to top genealogical resources, a blog planet, podcasts, videocasts, Webinars, expert advice, training, and user-generated content.