This new website helps direct researchers to the available resources.The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands (or Freedmen’s Bureau in short) was a federal government agency set up after the end of the US Civil War to aid freed slaves.has put online over 800,000 First World War records associated with British soldiers who were killed in action or missing in action.These lists are very useful to consult especially since the status of many soldiers changed during the war.The baptism records can also be searched by the parents’ names. [Nottinghamshire Parish Records] Ireland – The website has uploaded some 217,000 Roman Catholic parish records from County Carlow.These are primarily baptism and marriage records that go back as far as the 1700s for some parishes and up to 1899 for all parishes.The Bureau’s job was to help solve many of the everyday issues encountered by newly freed slaves.
On television she was Nabby Adams in the award-winning Adams' Chronicles.The Bureau generated a considerable number of records that can now be used by genealogists.The new website was created by Angela Walton-Raji and Toni Carrier.The maps list the Freedmen’s Bureau field offices, contraband camps, Freedmen’s Bureau hospitals, Freedman’s Savings Bank branches and locations of United States Colored Troops (USCT) battles. [Mapping the Freedmen’s Bureau] shows the location of all the Freedmen’s Savings Bank branches.By clicking on a specific location, it will direct you towards the appropriate records for that branch. Notice how this deposit information form for the Freedmen’s Savings Bank provides a considerable amount of useful information.