On this page you will find links to many helpful Research Sites
1600's Ancestor Database - The 1600s Ancestor Data Base contains listings of thousands of 1600s Colonial Ancestors whose lines have been approved by various societies and organizations through the years.
Ancestry.com connects Internet users to the most comprehensive online genealogical resources available. Users have access to hundreds of millions of fully searchable individual records, including all available US Census records (1790 – 1930). Users can search by record type, locality, or simply view scanned images of original historical documents.
- Ancestor Guide - Searching for your family history? Ancestor Guide can help you with your genealogy search! Simply browse through the listing of over 47,000 surname categories or find it fast with our surname search engine!
The visual genealogy website that has thousands of old photos visitors are shared for free. Ancient Faces adds a visual element to the lists of names and dates to help complete our genealogical research. We also offer a military section just for military photos and a mystery photo section for those unidentified photos we hope others can recognize.
An association of genealogists who have found "black sheep ancestors" in their direct family lines, or under the one degree rule of the society.
Census Project - The United States Census records transcribed on this site was transcribed and proofread by USGenWeb census project volunteers. Without their dedication this site would not exist.
Cinnamon Toast Genealogy - A huge index of links to genealogy websites and databases, classified by surname and region. Try both the surname search and the region browser, since you may find different links under both.
National Society, Daughters of the Revolution Patriot index contains names, both men and women, whose service (between 1775 and 1783) has been established by the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution.
Ellis Island Immigrants Tracking ancestors who entered the country through Ellis Island just got much easier. V: People viewing Ellis Island immigrant wall. Today Ellis Island officials and the Mormon Church introduced a new data base containing arrival records for the 22 million immigrants who entered New York from 1892 to 1924.
Family Chronicles-Top Ten magazine is specially written for family researchers by people who share their interest in genealogy and family history.
Family Workings Genealogy A free genealogy site for all. Tens of thousands of surnames. View other peoples information or submit your own.
Family Tree Maker Check out product information, Use their index, view member pages & more
Learn how to start your family history; Search for your ancestors in vast records; Step by step research guide; make your family history available to others; find people with similar research interests, view maps, forms and more. A great site.
Simply put, the GenExchangeTM is a genealogical data exchange where visitors and researchers alike can go to find specific persons, and exchange specific data with one another. The GenExchangeTM is the oldest of the now popular data-based genealogy web sites, forging new territory and show casing emerging technologies in 1996 to become the second largest non-commercial genealogy project on the internet today.
Genealogy.com Genealogy.com is a part of the MyFamily.com, Inc. network of sites. The company enriches the lives of its customers by providing the tools, resources and community that empower them to uncover and share their unique family stories.
The worlds largest publisher of Genealogical Reference Books. GPC and Clearfield have published more than 2000 books and CD's.
Genealogy is Fun This page is dedicated to Children and Genealogy for Children
This site is packed full of genealogy information. Ancestral Lines, Researchers Pages, Over 40 thousand Genealogy links, Home Pages, Web Rings, Coat of Arms, Shopping and Online Services, Message Boards, Awards, Reviews and so very much more. Visit them today.
Kindred Konnections (MyTrees.com) A Family History Research Center, with Ancestral Archive Index's, complete name matches, Demo Rom and US Social Security Death Index.
Lynda's Lost Leaves Genealogy Page. Here you can find a surname index, family information, 19th century photo albums, genealogy research tools, bookstore and the LaPorte Indiana Museums. This is truly a great site
This site has been started for those interested in genealogy and passing it along to their children. Everything you need is here
My Cinnamon Toast Surname Search Genealogy explorer is a huge index of links to genealogy web sites and databases, classified by surname and by region.
When the National Archives in Washington, DC reopens its Rotunda on September 17, 2003, it will unveil not only the restored and re-encased Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights, but the start of a whole new National Archives Experience for the education and inspiration of the American public. The National Archives, with the help of the Foundation for the National Archives, is creating a dramatic and powerful project to motivate people to care more deeply about democracy, learn about their individual stories, and make use of the patriotic spirit that lives on because of records.
Pathways: Meet Your Ancestors A hundred illustrated family stories of martyrs and tricksters; stowaways, castaways, runaways; barons and bookkeepers; Puritans and poets; Bohemians and Bostonians; warriors and lawyers; immigrants and rebels.
Rootsweb.com A site to connect people so they can help each other and share genealogical research.
A group of volunteers working together to provide internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The project is non-commercial and committed to free access for everyone.
An all volunteer project to transcribe census records in a standard format in order to make them available to genealogical researchers on the internet. A copy of every transcription is submitted to the US GenWeb archives.
Vital Records Information This page contains information about where to obtain vital records from each state, territory and county of the United States.
Your Past Connections - At the heart of this site is a database of items that have been discovered at auctions, estate sales, flea markets, yard sales, and from other sources. You can connect with the person who has this item and make arrangements for payment and shipment of these items.
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