Genealogy Resources on the Web
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet. For more than a decade, Cyndi's List has been the starting point for genealogist around the world with extensive links to sites with content in genealogy related areas. There are currently over 250,000 links for family history topics. Includes several options for indexes including Topical, Alphabetical and text-only.
FamilySearch: Where Generations Meet
FamilySearch offers the largest collection of free family history, family tree and genealogy records in the world. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has the most extensive archives of genealogical material in the world. They are second to none in being the experts in tracing your family tree. We advise you to begin your journey at this site, and to make the best use of your time, consider going to one of their local Family History Centers and receive their free training on learning how to research. You'll save a lot of time by learning the "How To" from the Experts in Genealogy. Once you've learned the ropes, we highly recommend a week-long research trip to Salt Lake City. You won't be disappointed.
Genealogy Know How (GeneaKnowHow.net)
Ter ondersteuning van uw genealogisch onderzoek / To support your genealogical research. This is a Dutch site with information and links in Dutch and English. They cover digital genealogy resources for the Netherlands and Belgium.The platform geneaknowhow.net houses various Internet sites, all accessible via the address http://geneaknowhow.net Each site has its own focus. The common goal is to support the genealogist in his or her research. Research results and advertising will not become part of this free to visit platform. Get acquainted with the wealth of information! Geneaknowhow.net is an initiative of Hein Vera and Herman de Wit. - From their Fact Sheet, translated from the Dutch Language version.
GERMAN GENEALOGY by Els Tveit Genpals2003
DUTCH.favos.nl provides a wealth of information for the researcher and genealogist. Major sections include resources for Passenger Lists from Europe to USA, Canada and Australia, Germany and German Genealogy research, Saxony Roots with databases for various German States, Ships Database, Cemeteries in Germany, World Wars I and II, German History and Much More.
RootsWeb - An Ancestry.com Community
A well-done website that can assist you in tracing your family roots with many search engines and databases covering the United States and International Countries. They also have Research Templates covering the United States and foreign Countries and links to other genealogy resources.
Consider making RootsWeb one of your first stops in your search for ancestors.
MyCinnamonToast is a website that is set up to encourage genealogist to explore their surname - researching via a search, or browsing three main categories of records: Regions, Record Types, and Religions.
For surnames, drilling down on your particular surname, it will links to primary resources, Family Name websites; queries on their partner sites and any submitted research on that surname.
The Category section offers links to sources on the web by topic.
ProGenealogists® GenealogySleuth™ is a website that is offers award winning compilation of data links -- organized lists to online resources for genealogist and family history researchers.
Topical sections include links to resources in Family Tree Databases, Miscellaneous Databases, Vital Records, Miscellaneous Historical Data, Genealogical Search Engines, Land Records, US GenWeb Sites, Place Names & Maps, Find Living People, Genealogical Online Tools, Dates and Currency, Directories, Definitions & Encyclopedias, Name Research, Court, Estate and Probate Records, Naturalization, Passport, & Passenger Lists, Native American and Ethnic Sites, Tons o' Links Sites, Cemetery Sites, Census Sites, Inmates, Homicides, Coroners, Slavery, Servitude, Military, Newspapers, Obituaries & Biographies, Occupations, Photo Archives, Library Catalogs and Online Books, State and Federal Archives, Genealogy Software, and Free Forms.
An article by Andrea Davis, this gives basic information for starting family research.
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