WorldVitalRecords.com released the following new parish records and genealogical histories: (Click on the title to view the database.)
Eccleshall Parish Register 1573 – 1618, Volume 1 (Free until April 13)
The Eccleshall Parish Register contains the baptism, marriage, and burial records for Eccleshall Parish for the years of 1573-1618.
Eccleshall Parish Register 1620-1656, Volume 2 (Free until April 13)
The Eccleshall Parish Register contains the baptism, marriage, and burial records for Eccleshall Parish for the years of 1620-1656.
Genealogical and Memorial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume 3 (Free until April 13)
This record contains the history and achievements of New Jersey’s founders, and those from New Jersey who assisted in the founding of the United States.
History of Rehoboth, Massachusetts 1643-1918 (Free until April 13)
When Rev. George H. Tilton, A.M. wrote his “A History of Rehoboth Massachusetts,” he included in it the vital parts of an earlier history of the town published in 1836. Rev. Tilton felt that enough time had elapsed since that history to add to it which he did in this book. The book begins with the settling of the town, its history during the Revolution and the Civil War. It also contains chapters on education, the Antiquarian Society, agriculture, native trees, cemeteries, and other items of interest. It also contains many illustrations.
The Registers of Smethcote, Shropshire 1609-1812 (Free until April 13)
Smethcote is a parish in the diocese of Lichfield, and in the rural deanery and hundred of Condover. It lies 9 miles south west from Shrewsbury, and 5 miles north of Church Stretton. The Parish Register contains, Baptism, Marriage, and Burial records. The records were kept in Latin and cover the years 1609 to 1812.