Do you have Danish, Finnish, Swedish ancestors? FamilySearch adds 135M new records!

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For those of us who've been challenged by researching ancestors from Denmark, Finland, and Sweden, there's some wonderful news this week:  FamilySearch just announced that they've added 135.4 million free historical records from these countries in new digitized collections.  The National Archives of Denmark and Finland can now also be accessed through FamilySearch as well, in complete collections that can make challenges due to use of patronymics a bit easier to deal with.  

FamilySearch Adds 135M New Records
for Denmark, Finland, Sweden

in The Tree House by Cynthia Larson G2G6 Pilot (181k points)

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Thank you for this information. it's really helpful coming from a SwedeFin
by Barbara Cooper G2G5 (5.5k points)

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