“The 1930 census is the only national census available for Mexico,” FamilySearch project manager Lynn Turner said. “It complements our civil registration and Catholic Church record collections where most Mexican ancestry is done. Now researchers can find their ancestor in the census, and move over to the records that recorded the vital events of their ancestors' lives.”
People with ancestors from Mexico can now search the complete 1930 Mexico census for free on the familysearch.org website. With the names of nearly 13 million people, the census is a goldmine for anyone who wants to know more about their Mexican family history.
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