Genealogy

  • FamilyLink.com

    Oct 26

    FamilyLink.com is a genealogy website where you can search for your ancestors. There are 3.6 billion names that you can search through from this website. You can start by using the search engine on their page. It says: I am looking for, and there are boxes for you to type in your relative's first name and last name. Use the drop down box to sel...

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  • RootsWeb

    Oct 26

    RootsWeb is an Ancestry.com community website. It is connect with the Ancestry.com website. The search engine on the front page is split, with half allowing you to search through RootsWeb, and the other half allowing you to search through Ancestry.com. There is a section called: Getting Started which is helpful to people who have not used this webs...

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  • U.S. GenWeb Project

    Oct 26

    The USGenWeb Project is a website that is run by a team of volunteers. Together, they are working on providing free genealogy websites that are relevant to every county and state in the United States of America. I learned that the USGenWeb Project also sponsors special projects, in addition to this website. Some of their many projects include th...

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  • FamilySearch.org

    Oct 26

    FamilySearch.org is a genealogy website that is a service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. You can find an immense amount of records and archives on this website, and more information is added frequently. People who are new to genealogy can find information that advises you how to get started. Just follow the links on...

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  • Ancestry.com

    Oct 26

    Ancestry.com is one of the most popular websites for genealogy. They are the world's largest online resource for family trees, and documents that genealogists need for their family history research. What kinds of resources can you find here? In addition to birth, marriage, and death records from the United States and around the world, you c...

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  • OneGreatFamily.com

    Oct 20

    To combine genealogical knowledge and resource data into a shared database is the purpose behind OneGreatFamily.com. Using computer technology all the family trees submitted can be matched for similar names, dates and places and then combined into one grand family tree. The site has over 190,000,000 ancestors’ names already and approximately 50,0...

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  • Archives.com

    Oct 20

    A genealogical site, Archives.com, was launched in 2009 and already has compiled over 1.3 billion searchable records and documents for family history research. They were able to have a vast collection by joining with Genhomepage.com which has already amassed a sizable array of useful sources. With the goal of making family history research as...

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  • US Gen Web Project

    Oct 20

    In 1996 a group of volunteers worked together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The USGenWeb Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free access for everyone. The databases cover all 50 states and within each state it is broken down to counties. At the national si...

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  • Footnote

    Oct 20

    Footnote's database of genealogical documents has a collection of nearly 69 million items. In connection with the U. S. National Achieves, the Library of Congress and other institutions, they provide many never-before-seen historical documents. All material is in digital format for easy viewing using the Internet. They cover a wide-range of d...

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  • Genealogy Bank

    Oct 20

    The genealogy web site of GenealogyBank is an online genealogical resource from NewsBank, Inc. It features a wealth of exclusive material which include obituaries, newspapers, books, African-American data, pamphlets, Social Security Death Index, military and government documents. In the newspaper collection it carries more than 4,400 newspaper...

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