- I m forwarding an e-mail with good news for those with ancestors from Devon. Another recent e-mail from the FFHS announced that: The General Register OfficeMessage 1 of 1 , Nov 7, 2009View SourceI'm forwarding an e-mail with good news for those with ancestors from Devon. Another recent e-mail from the FFHS announced that:
The General Register Office has just announced that the digitisation of GROs births, marriages and deaths records is moving forward and a new project, called the Digitisation and Indexing (D&I) Project, has been initiated.
The new project covers the digitisation of the records themselves together with indexing and upgrading the online certificate ordering process. The digitisation page on the IPS corporate website has been updated and further details including a Q & A can be accessed via http://www.ips.gov.uk/cps/rde/xchg/ips_live/hs.xsl/1090.htm
Roger Lewry----- Original Message -----To: ffhs-members@...Sent: Thursday, November 05, 2009 11:58 PMSubject: FFHS-MEMBERS The Devon Wills Project
The Devon Wills Project
On 27 May 2009 we reported on a new project to produce a complete list of all Devon testamentary matter. That report can be seen here. The first progress report has now been posted on the Devon FHS website and can been seen there.
FFHS Archives Liaison
6 November 2009
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