Why is everything Ireland? Can't we get some birth, death, and marriage records in America?
There are many US records currently available for indexing, including marriages from Illinois and vital records from Virginia.
Why? From observation - the process to create an indexing Project is involved and scheduled. The schedule just happens to be this way now?
The Illinois records were completed in a few days. The Virginia records are to0 difficult for many to read. Ireland has monopolized the records for over a year. I am in NC and I would love to do some NC records.
It's not "Ireland monopolized" - FamilySearch decides which records to index based on what contracts they have with the record holders.
There is also New York mortgage projects. They are pretty straight forward and not that difficult. If you don't like what's available, keep checking until something pique's your interest
What about UK England projects ? there have been none whatsoever for months !
Please put up more birth, death, and marriage records in the USA