Familysearch have recently added new record sets.
FamilySearch added another 30 million new, free records online (16 million indexed names and 14 million browsable images). Totally new collections from Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Micronesia, Slovenia, and the United States can now be searched for free. Millions of new U.S. birth, marriage and death records, and over 9 million church records from Sweden were also added. Find your ancestors now at FamilySearch.org.
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Millions of new records added to England, Italy, and U.S. Collections
This week FamilySearch added 12 million new, free records online (6.5 million indexed names and 5.6 million browsable images) for Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Korea, Netherlands, Spain, and the U.S. The Florida Death Index 1877-1998, received 5 million searchable records and another million records each for Oklahoma and Wisconsin.
I decided to search on the following, but found the records are only for browsing and there is no search engine. I had to rotate and enlarge the images but the original record is then of high quality. Another challenge is that there are dozens of Lodges and without a search engine it is a very time consuming challenge.