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									                   SUGGESTED WEBSITES CURRENT AS OF JANUARY 2008
                 ALL OF THESE SITES ARE FREE UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE

MULTI-PURPOSE SEARCH SITES
 FamilySearch.org (SSDI, 1880 United States Census, 1881 British Isles Census, 1881 Canada
  Census, Ancestral File, Pedigree Resource File, IGI, Family History Library Catalog)
 Lib.byu.edu/fhc (BYU Library is digitizing the microfilmed records of the Church starting with family
  histories. Check back often.)
 Familysearchlabs.org (All the information that is being indexed [with images] is available here.
  Examples: Ohio death records from 1908-1953 and the New York passenger arrival list from
  1892-1924, to name a couple.)
 Ancestry.com (A paid site. Available free at Indiana State Library and some public libraries.
  Some indexes and census records are available through the Family History Center.)
AVAILABLE FREE THROUGH FAMILY HISTORY CENTERS at https://fhc.familysearch.org
                FamilyLink
                Footnote
                Genline
                Godfrey Memorial Library
                World Vital Records
                Heritage Quest (see below)
 Heritagequestonline.com (Available free at the Indiana State Library and the Family History
  Center. It is also available through most local libraries as well. Check your public library‘s website
  to see if it subscribes. If it does, all you need is a library card to use it in your own home. If your
  library does not subscribe, you can get a home subscription through an Indiana State Library card,
  which costs a small fee.)
 www.linkpendium.com (You can search for links in two catagories – locality and surnames.)
 genealogylinks.net (Links to free genealogy sites.)
 Stephenmorse.org (The back door to TONS of indexes on the web.)
 Geneanet.org (Search engine for world wide family history research.)
 Genforum.com (Surname and locality question and answer websites.)
 Gencircles.com (Information sharing site.)
 Rootsweb.com (Various resources available.)
 Searches.rootsweb.com/ (Search engine for those resources)
 Searchforancestors.com/google/searcher.html (Google‘s search engine just for genealogy)
 Topozone.com (Topograpy maps)
 AncestralFindings.com (Family history database)
 MyHeritage.com (Share family pictures)
 www.geneabios.com/ (Genealogy biography database you can add to)
 Accessgenealogy.com (This links portal also features a variety of useful databases, especially if
  you‘re researching American Indian ancestors.)
 www.sampubco.com (Indexes to wills, guardianships, etc. for several states)
 KindredKonnections.com also can be accessed as MyTrees.com (Free access for a month or two
  if you submit your family tree.)
 freegenealogylookups.com (Different databases to look at for free. Changes periodically.)
 www.genealogytoday.com (Shows different websites to go to. Some have a fee but remember
  that the Family History Center has subscriptions to some sites, such as Footnote (see above).




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INFORMATIONAL
 help.familysearch.org/kb/Local_Support/en/Consultants/memos/consultantmemos.htm (All of the
   memos and information that has been sent out by Family Search for Family History Consultants.
   Note: You must be a REGISTERED Family History Consultant to get this.)
 cifhc.org (Website of the Central Indiana Family History Conference. The syllabus for the classes
   from 2007 are available to view or download. This will also be the registration site for the 2008
   Conference.)
 paftutorial.byu.edu/ (A site by BYU to learn how to use the Personal Ancestral File Genealogy
   software)
 261.byu.edu/ (Family history lessons online.)
 ce.byu.edu/courses/pe/999015068001/public/start.htm (Basic family history lessons online.)
 www.masteringfamilyhistory.com/ (A site filled with training videos.)
 measuringworth.com/uscompare/ (A site to compare the value of money from 1790 to the
   present.)
 Cyndislist.com (Cyndi‘s List of genealogy sites on the Internet.)
 Dohistory.org (A really interesting site to help you learn how to piece together small fragments of
   information and create a readable story from it.)
 Genealogyencyclopedia.com (Terminologies and descriptions of basic genealogical research.)
 Eogen.com/ (The Encyclopedia of Genealogy)
 Ancestry.com/search/nameorigin.aspx (Some origins of surnames and where the families with that
   name are distributed in the US in 1990.)
 Dmarie.com/timecap/step1.asp (Events that happened on a given date.)
 genealogy.about.com/library/glossary/bl_occupations.htm (Lists of old occupations.)
 Westegg.com/inflation (An inflation calculator to go along with information from the Dmarie site.)
 AnyWho.com (Finding people with the same surname living in the United States.)
 Infobel.com/teldir/ (Telephone directories from around the world to help you find people with the
   same surname in the area you‘re researching.)
 DearMyrtle.com (Helpful hints, stories, etc. from ―Dear Myrtle‖.)
 www.antiquusmorbus.com (Definitions of archaic medical terms.)

MISCELLANEOUS
 Raogk.com (Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness. Volunteers will look up a small request, free
   of charge.)
 hti.umich.edu/m/moagrp/ (Digital library of primary sources in American social history from the
   antebellum period through reconstruction)
 Deadfred.com (Genealogy photo archive.)
 Myheritage.com (Go to the face recognition tab. A site just for fun!)

NEWSPAPERS
 www.loc.gov/rr/news/news_research_tools/newspapersinmf.html (Newspapers that are available
  on microfilm or microfiche.)
 www.researchguides.net/newspapers.htm (US newspapers online.)
 www.smalltownpapers.com (Choose from over 250 small town newspapers you can read free
  every week! Browse & search scanned newspaper archive from 1865 up to the current edition.)

OCCUPATIONAL
 www.rrb.gov/mep/genealogy.asp (Railroad Retirement Board.)


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ORGANIZATIONAL
 myweb.cableone.net/kevinowen3/FamilySearcher.htm (―FamilySearcher is a windows
  program that can read a GEDCOM file and display a list of all names contained in the file in a
  spreadsheet format. Using a simple point-and-click it is possible to search the Internet IGI
  (International Genealogical Index) and the other resources at the LDS FamilySearch™ web site
  for any matching entries.‖)

BLOGS
 blogfinder.genealogue.com (Genealogy blog finder.)
 labs.familysearch.org/blog/
 blogs.ancestry.com/circle/
 www.genealogyblog.com/
 genrootsblog.blogspot.com/
 www.rootstelevision.com/blogs/megans-rootsworld.php
 jgg-online.blogspot.com/
 www.rootdig.com/
 www.genealogue.com/

CEMETERIES AND OBITUARIES
 Internment.net (Cemetery listings worldwide)
 Findagrave.com (Cemetery listings worldwide, also includes some photos)
 Genealogy.com/genealogy/VG/vcem_search.html?priority=0000900 (Virtual Cemetery)
 Rootsweb.com/~cemetery/index.html (Mostly the United States)
 Gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGL_v1 (burial locations for US veterans and family)
 www.cwgc.org (Those from the United Kingdom who died in the two World Wars)
 Daddezio.com/cemetery/junction/index.html (Mostly locations with links to cemeteries already
  online)
 Gravematter.com (Transcriptions and photographs of tombstones in Massachusetts, Maine and
  New Hampshire)
 Rootsweb.com/~obituary (A daily index of published obituaries from around the world, this free
  genealogy index grows by approximately 2500 entries per day, with obituaries dating back to
  1995.)

ETHNIC GROUPS
  African-American
 archives.gov/research/african-americans/ (African-American research at the National Archives.)
 TheRoot.com (GREAT new website for African-Americans!)
 Aagsclev.org (African-American research.)
 AfriQuest.com (A new website for African-American research coming Spring 2008.)
 Afrigeneas.com (African-American research)
 Memory.loc.gov/ammem/snhtml/snhome.html (WPA slave narratives)
 freedmensbureau.com (Records created after the Civil War of former slaves)
 www.sos.mo.gov/archives/about/presentations.asp (Five presentations on doing African-
  American research.)
  Hispanic
 hispanicgenealogy.blogspot.com (Current information on Hispanic links and research.)
  Jewish
 Jewishgen.org (Jewish research)
 Stephenmorse.com (Jewish research)
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    Native American
   Accessgenealogy.com (Native American research)
   archives.gov/research/native-americans/ (Native American research at the National Archives.)

IMMIGRATION
 Castlegarden.org (America‘s first immigration center. Covers years from 1830-1892.)
 Ellisislandrecords.org (Actual passenger arrival records.)
 Immigrantships.net (Ship passenger information. Constantly being added to. BE SURE TO USE
  THE FREE FIND SEARCH)
 213.212.128.168/radici/ie/defaultie_e.htm (Italian emigrants to the United States, Argentina &
  Brazil.)
 www.migrationinstitute.fi/index_e.php (Finland Emigrant register)
 Aad.archives.gov/aad/series-description.jsp?s=639 (Irish immigrants to New York, 1846-1891
  ―Famine Irish Data File‖

AMERICAN MIGRATION
 www.lineages.com/infocenter/firststeps/colonialroutes.cfm (Shows the routes many of the early
  Americans took to get to Kentucky and Tennessee.)
 freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~gentutor/rivers.html (Includes many links and information
  about migration waterways.)
 freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~gentutor/facts.html (Describes 18 migration roads with map.)
 www.intl-research.com/migration.htm (Migration charts.)
 www.mormontrails.org (Mormon trail website.)
 nps.gov/carto/PDF/TRAILSmap1.pdf (A very nice pdf map of the National Park Services‘ national
  Trails System.)
 nps.gov/archive/fone/natlroad.htm (Information about and map of The National Road.)

MILITARY (See also Cemeteries and State Records)
 Heritage Quest and Footnote, both available free in the Family History Center, has Revolutionary
   War Pension Papers.
 archives.gov/research/arc/index.html (National Archives – service and pension records.)
 www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/sgorin/toc.html (Revolutionary War Soldiers & Pensioners of
   Kentucky)
 www.southerncampaign.org/pen/#b (Transcribed Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension
   Applications.)
 www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/ (Civil War Soldiers and Sailors index)
 civilwarindiana.com (Various links and sites of Indiana Civil War soldiers)
 Civil-war.net (Tons of information about the war.)
 www.royalprovincial.com (Americans who remained Loyal to the British Crown during the War for
   Independence)

LOCALITIES
UNITED STATES
 Usgenweb.org (Finding information on each county and state in the United States and also the
  people living there. I WILL NOT REFERENCE THE INFORMATION FOUND HERE. PLEASE
  LOOK THE PLACES UP ON YOUR OWN TO SEE WHAT EACH STATE AND COUNTY HAS TO
  OFFER.)
 www.acpl.lib.in.us (Allen County, Indiana Public Library. Second best genealogical library in the
  United States)

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   Searches.rootsweb.com/htdig/search.html (This is US Genweb‘s archives. A great place to go
    and do a general search for the surname you are tracing.)
   Placesnamed.com (Helpful for finding counties when you only know a city or town name. Also, a
    good place to find out how common a surname is and if there are any towns in the US have that
    name.)
   www.census-online.com/ (Guide to websites of censuses that are free online.)
   Deathindexes.com (A guide to websites containing information for each state)
   www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ (Bureau of land management. You can view and print
    original land patent records.)
   Abish.byui.edu/specialCollections/fhc/GenIntro.htm (An index of over 300,000 Western States
    marriages are being added to daily)
   Archives.gov (National Archives database indexes. Click on ―Research Room‖ then click on
    ―Genealogy‖. Worth the time to learn how to use the site! Its ―Access to Archival Databases‖
    searches more than 85 million electronic records. Popular data sets include 9.2 million WWII Army
    enlistment files and 604,596 arrivals in the Port of New York during the Irish famine, 1846 to 1851.
    The ―Archival Research Catalog‖ contains more than 124,000 digitized maps, photos and
    documents—among them WWII casualty lists and the Dawes Rolls of American Indians.)
   Memory.loc.gov/ammem/amlaw/lawhome.html (American State Papers and US Serial Set)
   www.genlookups.com (A Directory of Genealogy Lookup Volunteers)



    ALABAMA
     www.co.madison.al.us/mcrc/ (Marriage records from 1809-1973 among other research items
      for Madison County.)
     www.mobilecounty.org/probatecourt/recordssearch.htm (Records Division of the Probate Court
      of Mobile County, Alabama. Includes marriages.)
     www.tuscco.com/SearchCategory.cfm (Land, probate, and marriage records from 1936 to
      present for Tuscaloosa County.)

    CALIFORNIA
     vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death/search.cgi (Death record index for the years 1940-1997)
     www.scgsgenealogy.com (Southern California Genealogical Society and Family History
      Library)

    COLORADO
     www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/online.htm (Colorado State Archives; online indexes)

    DELAWARE
     state.de.us/sos/dpa/ (Public Archives)

    FLORIDA
     Floridamemory.com (Photographs, land grants, veteran records and more.)
     floridamemory.com/Collections/PensionFiles (Confederate pension application files.)

    GEORGIA
     docuweb.gsu.edu/CivilWar.htm (Civil War pension records.)

    IDAHO

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      abish.byui.edu/specialCollections/westernStates/search.cfm (Indexes to marriage and death
       records as well as a few other things)

   ILLINOIS
    Cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/databases.html (Illinois databases)
    Sos.state.il.us/departments/archives/marrlst.html (Marriages for most of the counties in Illinois
      from approximately 1820-1900. Some dates vary.)

       CHICAGO
             chicagoancestors.org/ (A free website where you can find and share historical
              information about Chicago.)
             www.newberry.org/genealogy/chicagodata.html (Links to databases that are useful
              for Chicago genealogy research.)
             www.deathindexes.com/illinois/cook.html (indexes to various databases of vital
              records.)

   INDIANA
    Ingenweb.org (Information for each county in Indiana.)
    www.in.gov/library/3076.htm (Various databases available from the Indiana State Library.)
    208.119.135.17/db/in_marriages_1850/marriages_search.asp (Indiana marriages up to and
      including 1850. Also available by going to the Indiana State Library website.)
    in.gov/isdh/bdcertifs/lhdfees/toc.htm (Lists all the Health Departments in Indiana with costs of
      birth and death records.)
    www.stats.indiana.edu/maptools/townships.htm (GREAT maps for townships in each county or
      region)
    www.hoosierheritage.net (Collection of online sources for counties in Indiana)
    Negenealogy.com/in/in_maps.htm (Indiana County formation maps. Slideshow presentation, if
      desired.)
    Countyhistory.com (Interesting facts about Indiana‘s counties)
    In.gov/icpr/archives/databases (Databases available from the Indiana State Archives)
      MARION COUNTY
       Crownhill.org/genealogy (Burial locator for Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis)
       Civicnet.net/civil (Index to Marion County marriages from 1925 to the present)
      ORANGE COUNTY
       freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~woodhousegenealogy/?cj=1&o_xid=0000584978&o_l
          id=0000584978 (Marriage index from 1816-1933)
      VIGO COUNTY
       sirsi.vigo.lib.in.us/uhtbin/cgisirsi/X/MAIN/X/60/1180/X (Vigo County deaths and marriages)
      WAYNE COUNTY
       www.co.wayne.in.us/marriage/retrieve.cgi (Marriage index from 1811-1903.)
      WHITLEY COUNTY
       www.kinexxions.com/resources.htm (Links to various indexes.)

   KANSAS
    Kansasmemory.org (Photographs and manuscripts of Kansas history)
     JOHNSON COUNTY
      www.jococourts.org/ (Index to marriage, divorce, and probate records.)
     OSAGE COUNTY
      www.kscourts.org/dstcts/4osco.htm (Index to marriage and probate records.)

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   KENTUCKY
    sos.ky.gov/land/search/ (Land records from when it was Kentucky County, Virginia. Includes
     Revolution War Warrants along with various other databases. Also includes digitized images.)
    Ukcc.uky.edu/~maps (Detailed maps of each county in Kentucky under the County General
     Highway Map section. Includes churches and cemeteries.)
    Vitals.rootsweb.com/ky/death/search.cgi (Kentucky death record index, 1911-2000. Many of
     the actual certificates are available on microfilm at the Indiana State Library)
    kdl.kyvl.org/ (Kentuckiana Digital Library)
    mykentuckygenealogy.com (Information about each county in the state.)
    205.204.134.47/cemetery.asp (Cemetery Records Database. Not all counties are included
     yet.)
    www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/sgorin/toc.html (Revolutionary War Soldiers & Pensioners
     of Kentucky)
    www.so-ky.com/ Research aids for those searching in the following counties: ADAIR, ALLEN,
     BARREN, BUTLER, CASEY, CLINTON, CUMBERLAND, EDMONSON, GRAYSON, GREEN,
     HARDIN, HART, LARUE, LOGAN, MARION, METCALFE, MONROE, RUSSELL, SIMSON,
     TAYLOR, WARREN, WAYNE.
     FAYETTE COUNTY
      www.rootsweb.com/~kyfayett/births/births_1911_1930.htm?cj=1&o_xid=0000584978&o_lid
         =0000584978 (Births from 1911-1930)
     HARRISON COUNTY
      www.harrisoncountyky.us/marriages/ (Marriage index from 1794 -1985)
     WARREN COUNTY
      Burgoo.com (Genealogy research information about Bowling Green and Warren County)

   LOUISIANA
     CADDO PARISH
      www.caddoclerk.com/marriage.htm (Marriage record index from 1920-2008. SCROLL
        DOWN to get to link.)
     ORLEANS PARISH
      www.genealogybranches.com/neworleans.html (Links to marriage indexes.)

   MAINE
    vitals.rootsweb.com/me/death/search.cgi (Death record index for the years 1960-1997)
    www.maine.gov/sos/arc (Maine State Archives: Death record index for the years 1960-1997
     and Marriage record index for the years 1892-1996)
    portalx.bisoex.state.me.us/pls/archives_mhsf/archdev.marriage_archive.search_form (Index to
     marriage records from 1892-1996)

   MARYLAND
    Msa.md.gov (State Archives.)
    Msa.md.gov/msa/stagser/s1400/s1402/html/ssi1402.html (Index to some Church records.)
     HOWARD COUNTY
      www.hchsmd.org/marriages.htm (―This site contains bride and groom information taken
       from minister's returns of marriage licenses, unused returned applications, and courthouse
       ledgers of marriages performed in Howard County, Maryland, between 1860 and 1939.
       There was no waiting period in Howard County and over 90 percent of the marriages were
       of out-of-county couples.‖)

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   MICHIGAN
    www.michigan.gov/hal (Michigan State Archives)

   MINNESOTA
    Mnsh.org (Historical Society)
    People.mnhs.org/dci/search.cfm?bhcp=1 (Death certificate index for 1904-1907; 1955-2001)
    www.dalbydata.com (Cemetery Inscription Index, Select Counties; County History Name
      Index; Newspaper Headline Index; Civil War Soldiers)

   MISSOURI
    www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/ordb.asp (Links to various databases of birth and death
      records, World War I Military Service Cards, etc.)
      JACKSON COUNTY
       records.co.jackson.mo.us/localization/menu.asp (Marriage records and some other public
         records.)

   NEW JERSEY
    www.njarchives.org/links/databases.html (State Archives databases.)

   NEW YORK
    Aad.archives.gov/aad/series-description.jsp?s=639 (Irish immigrants to New York, 1846-1891
     ―Famine Irish Data File‖
    www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/taxphotos/home.shtml (Photographs of every home in the five
     boroughs of New York City around 1940)

   NORTH DAKOTA
    www.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/ndirs/databases/naturalrec.php (Naturalization Record Index)

   OHIO
    Ohiohistory.org/dindex/ (Death record index for the years 1913-1937)

   OREGON
    arcweb.sos.state.or.us/banners/genealogy.htm (State Archives.)

   PENNSYLVANIA
    www.phmc.state.pa.us/ (Historical and Museum Commission)
    www.digitalarchives.state.pa.us/ (State Archives. Has several military databases)
     YORK COUNTY
      www.york-county.org/departments/archives/archavailable.htm (County Archives
       databases.)

   SOUTH CAROLINA
    www.scdhec.net/administration/vr/vrdi.htm (Death indexes from 1915- 1956)
     CHARLESTON COUNTY
      www3.charlestoncounty.org/docs/ProbateMain.html (Marriage license search.)

   SOUTH DAKOTA
    apps.sd.gov/applications/PH14Over100BirthRec/index.asp (This site, from the State Board of
      Health, contains information from birth records with birth dates of over 100 years of age, which
      would be 1905-1908.)
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   TENNESSEE
    register.shelby.tn.us/ (Records for Shelby County.)

   TEXAS
    vitals.rootsweb.com/tx/death/search.cgi (Death record index for the years 1954-1998)
    www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/pensions/index.php (Index of some 54,634 approved, rejected, and
     home pensions issued by the Texas government between 1899 and 1975)

   UTAH
    www.saintswithouthalos.com/b/_bios.phtml (Biographies of early LDS church members)

   VIRGINIA
    www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/gene/index.htm (The Library of Virginia.)
    Kysos.com/ADMIN/LANDOFFI/searchable.asp (Includes Virginia Revolutionary War Warrants
      Database.)

   WEST VIRGINIA
    www.wvculture.org/vrr (Digitized images of actual birth, marriage and death records. A work in
     progress.)

   WISCONSIN
    Wisconsinhistory.org/genealogy (Some indexes are free though most require a fee.)

OTHER COUNTRIES
(General)
 Worldgenweb.org (Finding available information on each country in the world.)
 Feefhs.org (Federation of Eastern European Family History Societies. Great website links and
   databases.)

   CANADA
    voicimafamille.info (Family history databases hosted by Canadian federal, provincial or
     territorial archives centres and libraries, as well as those of several commercial partners.)
    www.collectionscanada.ca/index-e.html (National Library and Archives of Canada. Free index
     search.)
    Digital.library.mcgill.ca/countyatlas/search.htm (free genealogy database derived from atlases
     dating from 1874-1881 covering counties in the Maritimes, Ontario and Quebec.)
    Automatedgenealogy.com (1901, 1906 and 1911 censuses)
    www.genealogy.gc.ca (Passenger lists are coming to this Library and Archives Canada site,
     which already has various censuses, western land grants, WWI service files and divorce
     records (1841 to 1968).

         BRITISH COLUMBIA
          Search.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca (British Columbia Archives with indexes births, marriages
           and deaths, some ranging from 1836 until 1985)

   DENMARK
    ddd.dda.dk/ddd_en.htm (Danish Demographic Database. A database of 394,000 police
      records from 1868 to 1908, and census records from 1769 to 1921—11.7 million names in all.
      Its index to probates now covers Thisted, Viborg, Aalborg and Randers counties.)
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      progenealogists.com/denmark/parishes.htm (Find the parishes of Denmark and when their
       records started.
      www.sa.dk/sa/omarkiverne/english/default.htm (State Archives)
      www.danpa.dk/ (Danish National Private Archives. Contains databases. Website in Danish. )

   EAST EUROPE
    www.rootsweb.com/~easeurgw/ (The East Europe GenWeb Project.)

   FINLAND
    www.migrationinstitute.fi/index_e.php (Emigrant register)

   FRANCE
    Archives.cotedor.fr/jahia/Jahia/archives.cotedor.fr/site/adco/pid/1917 (The Civil Registers of
     French Departement 21, of Cote D'Or, where Dijon is located, among other towns. In French.)

   GERMANY
    christoph.stoepel.net/geogen/en/ (Creates a map of Germany showing the distribution of a
     surname. Very helpful in finding the area your immigrants probably came from.)
    Germanoriginality.com (Website for German American heritage brought to you by the German
     National Tourist Office and the German Information Center USA. Go to the genealogy page
     for links.)
    Hamburg.de (Free index to those who immigrated from Hamburg, Germany. Being added to
     periodically. There is a cost for receiving the actual passenger record.)
    www.deutsche-auswanderer-datenbank.de (Free index to those who immigrated from
     Bremerhaven, Germany. There is a cost for receiving the actual passenger record.)
    www.genealogy.net (German research website.)

   GREAT BRITAIN (United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales)
    www.oldbaileyonline.org (―A fully searchable online edition of the largest body of texts detailing
     the lives of non-elite people, containing accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials, from April
     1674 to October 1834, held at London's central criminal court.‖)
    www.domesdaybook.co.uk (―The Domesday Book provides extensive records of landholders,
     their tenants, the amount of land they owned, how many people occupied the land (villagers,
     smallholders, free men, slaves, etc.), the amounts of woodland, meadow, animals, fish and
     ploughs on the land (if there were any) and other resources, any buildings present (churches,
     castles, mills, salthouses, etc.), and the whole purpose of the survey - the value of the land
     and its assets, before the Norman Conquest, after it, and at the time of Domesday. Some
     entries also chronicle disputes over who held land, some mention customary dues that had to
     be paid to the king, and entries for major towns include records of traders and number of
     houses.‖
    pricegen.com/english_genealogy.html (Links to over 500 websites. Some are paid sites.)
    www.findmypast.com (England and Wales records for births, marriages, and deaths, as well as
     some other records, from 1837 to present. Search is free. To look at the actual records
     requires payment.)
    www.findmypast.com/national-burial-index-search-start.action?redef=0 (National Burial
     Records Index from 1538-2005)
    nationalarchives.gov.uk/ (Also contains entries from the famous Domesday Book.)



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       www.a2a.org.uk (Access to Archives. The A2A database contains catalogues describing
        archives held locally in England and Wales and dating from the eighth century to the present
        day.)
       Ancestorsonboard.com (Records of 30 million passengers leaving from British ports to
        destinations throughout the world,)
       www.1901census.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ (Census of 1901 for England and Wales)
       www.Familyrelatives.org (England and Wales records for births, marriages, and deaths, as
        well as some other records, from 1837 to present. Search is free. To look at the actual
        records requires payments.)
       Genuki.org.uk/big/ (Family history information website for England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland,
        Channel Islands and the Isle of Man)
       Freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (Civil Registration index of births, marriages and deaths for England
        and Wales)
       www.freereg.org.uk/ (baptism, marriage, and burial records, which have been transcribed from
        parish and non-conformist church registers in the UK)
       www.cwgc.org/ (Military who died in WWI and WWII and also 60,000 civilian casualties who
        died in the Second World War)
       www.freecen.org.uk/ (Online searchable database of the 19th century UK census returns)
       Homepage.ntlworld.com/geogdata/ngw/counties.htm (Counties of Wales)
       www.scottishdocuments.com (Scottish church records among other things are being digitzed.)
       http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/bnl/ (Index to The Belfast Newsletter, 1737-1800)
       www.failteromhat.com/griffiths.php (Griffith‘s Valuation, the first survey of property ownership
        in Ireland from 1848 to 1864.)
       infowanted.bc.edu/ (―From October 1831 through October 1921, the Boston Pilot newspaper
        printed a ‗Missing Friends‘ column with advertisements from people looking for ‗lost‘ friends
        and relatives who had emigrated from Ireland to the United States. This extraordinary
        collection of 31,711 records is available here as a searchable online database, which contains
        a text record for each ad that appeared in the Pilot.‖)
       www.irelandoldnews.com/ (Indexes to Irish newspapers.)
       eneclann.ie/research/genealogy_research_guide.html (An Irish genealogy research guide.)
       www.ireland.com/ancestor/ (Viewing some of the sites requires subscription. A very nice site
        for Irish research information.)
       irishhistorylinks.net/ (Links to research Irish history.)

    HOLLAND; the Netherlands
     genlias.org/nl/page0.jsp (Dutch civil register)

    NORWAY
     www.rhd.uit.no/indexeng.html (Norwegian censuses & parish records online)
     digitalarkivet.uib.no/ (Digital records from the National Archives of Norway

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
 African Methodist Episcopal Church
  www.ame-church.com

   Amish (See Mennonite)
   Anabaptists (See Mennonite)

   Baptist

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    Franklin College
    www.franklincollege.edu/libweb/

    American Baptist Historical Society
    www.baptisthistory.us

    Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archive
    www.sbhla.org

   Church of Christ, Scientist
    The First Church of Christ, Scientist
    www.themotherchurch.org

   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)
    Family Search (contains records of deceased members and non-members)
    www.familysearch.org

   Church of the Brethren
    Brethren Historical Library and Archives
    www.cob-net.org/fobg/library.htm

    Church Genealogy Records
    www.cob-net.org/genchurch.htm

    Fellowship of Brethren Genealogists
    www.cob-net.org/fobg/

    Newspapers of the German Baptist Brethren before 1883
    rothweb.com/publications/

   Congregational (See also United Church of Christ)
    Congregational Library
    www.14beacon.org

   Disciples of Christ (Christian Church)
    Christian Theological Seminary Library
    www.cts.edu/Library/

    Disciples of Christ Historical Society
    www.discipleshistory.org/

   Episcopal Church
    Archives of the Episcopal Church
    www.episcopalarchives.org

   Free Will Baptist (Not associated with the Baptists above)
    National Association of Free Will Baptists
    www.nafwb.org

   Greek Orthodox

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    Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
    www.goarch.org

    Preservation of American Hellenic History
    www.pahh.com/

   Huguenot
    Huguenot Historical Society
    www.hhs-newpaltz.org/

    National Huguenot Society
    www.huguenot.netnation.com/general

   Jewish
    American Jewish Historical Society Library
    www.ajhs.org

    Avotaynu (Publisher on works on Jewish genealogy
    www.avotaynu.com

    Center for Jewish History
    www.cjh.org/

    JewishGen: The Home of Jewish Genealogy
    www.jewishgen.org

   Lutheran
    Concordia Historical Institute (Missouri Synod)
    chi.lcms.org

    Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) Archives
    www.elca.org/archives/

    Lutherans Online Genealogy Exchange
    www.thrivent.com/lutheransonline/genealogy

   Mennonite
    Archives of the Mennonite Church
    www.moravianchurcharchives.org

    Menno Simons Historical Library
    www.emu.edu/library/histlib.html

    Pennsylvania and Mennonite Research Center
    www.ristenbatt.com/genealogy/mennonit.htm

   Methodist (See United Methodist Church)

   Methodist Episcopal (See United Methodist Church)


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   Moravians
    Moravian Archives (North)
    www.moravianchurcharchives.org

    Moravian Archives (South)
    www.moravianarchives.org

    Moravian Church Genealogy Links
    www.enter.net/~smschlack

   Presbyterian
    Presbyterian Historical Society
    history.pcusa.org/famhist/

   Quaker (See Society of Friends)

   Reformed Church in America
    Archives
    www.rca.org/NETCOMMUNITY/Page.aspx?&pid=1861&srcid=2183

   Roman Catholic
    American Catholic Historical Society
    www.amchs.org

    Catholic Internet Directory
    www.catholic-church.org/cid

    CatholicLink.org: Archives, Libraries
    www.catholiclinks.org/archivescatholiclinks.htm

    Local Catholic Church History and Genealogy Research Guide
    home.att.net/~local_catholic

    University of Notre Dame Archives
    archives.nd.edu/

   Seventh Day Adventist
    General Conference Archives
    ast.gc.adventist.org

    Adventist Heritage Center
    www.andrews.edu/library/car/index.html

   Shaker (Also called the United Society of Believers)
    Shaker Museum and Library holdings
    shakermuseumandlibrary.org/holdings.htm

    Shakers and Shakerism: A Guide to the Collections of The New York Public Library
    www.nypl.org/research/chss/grd/resguides/shaker/


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    Shaker Historical Society and Museum (Shaker Heights, Ohio)
    case.edu/affil/shakhist/shaker.htm

    Union Village and the Shakers of Warren County, Ohio
    www.rootsweb.com/~ohwarren/Shaker/

   Society of Friends (Quaker)
    Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
    www.swarthmore.edu/library/friends/

    Haverford College Libraries: Quaker and Special Collections
    www.haverford.edu/library/special/genealogy/

    The Quaker Corner
    www.rootsweb.com/~quakers/

   Unitarian Universalist
    Reources at Harvard Divinity School
    www.hds.harvard.edu/library/collections/uu/index.html

   United Church of Christ (See also Congregationlists)
    Eden Archives
    www.eden.edu/index.php/archives/

    Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society and Archives
    www.erhs.info

    Archives and Historical Societies
    www.ucc.org/aboutus/archives/

   United Methodist Church
    The General Commission on Archives and History
    depts.drew.edu/lib/methodist/

    Official Church website       (Go to ―find a church‖ to see what congregations were
    www.umc.org                   in the area your ancestor lived.)

    Drew University United Methodist Archives Center
    www.drew.edu/depts/library/methodist/umac.aspx

    General Commission on Archives and History
    www.gcah.org

    Researching Your United Methodist Ancestors
    www.gcah.org/Searching.htm

    Archives of DePauw University and Indiana United Methodism
    www.depauw.edu/library/archives/



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