Great news about the Catholic records, hopefully thee records in Santiago, Galicia, Spain will be available somtime in the near future
Just to say I have had nothing but problems with familysearcg. My genealogy has been on here since PAF. It was correct and with most ancestors being sealed. These are 4generations with first hand info given to me or I knew it first hand or researched information given to me. Now I go in and I don't even know what I will find. Some of my ancestors lost from their families. Names added that do not belong. People being sealed again or reserved to be sealed again. Prople being sealed to others who do not belong in my family. Constantly I have to call help to try to straighten my line out INSTEAD of being able to go to more distant ancestors. Who has time for this and I am so tired of trying to fix these take-overs of my data.
Thank you so much for this story. I have been researching Catholic records in the US and Canada for decades. The priests and nuns I have contacted have been extremely generous in allowing me to examine their records or in searching for me. But their time needs to be spent on their position's duties. And the frequent moves my immigrant ancestors made have kept me from figuring out which parish they might have been living in at a given time. So I am truly excited about the Catholic records FindMyPast will be digitizing. Such a treasured resource to look forward to.
Just keeps getting better. We're missing Rootstech this year, so it's wonderful to have a great update. Thanks!
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