Ancestry.com is bringing some great genealogy databases online in 2009. There's no set dates yet but here's the scoop on one topic area - census records.
The most complete online collection of state census records will be exploding with new additions — more than 10 million records and 50,000 images.
U.S. and World Deluxe Subscriptions will be able to see
Improved U.S. Federal Censuses,1790–1890
You’ll soon have access to even cleaner, crisper U.S. Census images that will create more accurate indexes — including thousands of previously unreadable names.
U.S. Native American Records from Southeastern States, 1850–1930
Track down your Native-American ancestors in original documents listing individuals and families from southern tribes.
World Deluxe Subscriptions will have access to
The Complete Canada Census
You’ll soon be able to search indexes from 1861, 1871, 1881 and 1916 to complete this invaluable collection of Canadian Censuses. This will make Ancestry.com the only place online to find the complete collection of Canada Census indexes.
The 1930 Mexico Census — the only Mexican federal census available to the public — includes the names of about 16 million individuals. You’ll soon be able to search for your Mexican ancestors and their ages, birthplaces, occupations, religions and more.
Australia Electoral Rolls, 1901–1936
You’re getting 8 million new names added to the existing collection of Australian Electoral Rolls — an incredibly helpful tool in a country where voting is compulsory.
Meantime, you can search for your ancestors in the Complete US Federal Census Records online 1790-1930