For anyone doing research in the United Kingdom, Parish Registers are essential for tracking down that elusive person who was Baptised, Married, or Buried before 1837 when official registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths commenced. This is where FreeREG shines. Not only does it contain parish register data pre-1837 but also some registers well into the 20th Century. The Dorset marriage registers I transcribed recently were from 1971.
If you subscribe to Ancestry with either a World or United Kingdom subscription you will be very familiar with FreeBMD. FreeREG is a sister site containing searchable parish register transcriptions while FreeCEN allows searching the UK census data. These sites, particularly FreeREG and FreeCEN are works-in-progress, and there are large gaps in the databases. Both sites need volunteers.
In April I didn't do any indexing for FreeREG but concentrated mostly on FamilySearch. This is what I managed to get done:
- New Zealand Passenger Lists 1871-1915 Part 2A 
- UK Bristol - Parish Registers 1837-1900 Part I 
- UK Essex Parish Registers Part 1 
- UK Dorset Church of England Parish Records 
- US Kansas 1930 Federal Census 
- US Missouri 1930 Federal Census 
- US New Hampshire 1930 Federal Census 
- US New Jersey 1930 Federal Census 
- US New York 1930 Federal Census