Findmypast Partners with New York’s Largest Genealogical Organization to Bring Wider Access to New York Records

Findmypast.com is adding more New York State records to its digital database through a partnership with the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. Remember, you can use findmypast.com for free in the Local History & Genealogy Division.

Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

The following announcement was made today at the RootsTech and Federation of Genealogical Societies’ combined conferences in Salt Lake City, Utah:

  • Findmypast, one of the world’s fastest growing family history companies, partners with New York’s largest genealogical organization to bring wider access to New York records
  • Findmypast will be the new home of the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society’s Digital Library, offering millions of records from across the United States.

Salt Lake City, Utah, 11 February 2015.Findmypast and the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (NYG&B) announced today that Findmypast will host the newly expanded Digital Library of the NYG&B. The partnership will provide additional membership benefits for the one of the nation’s oldest genealogical organizations, while also offering a stream of new content to Findmypast’s growing collections.

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