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[Located in Category: Maiden Names]
[Located in Category: How To]
Find places, administrative units and descriptions more precisely.
[Located in Category: English Research]
Click on Search Our Collections to search for a name in Civil War service cards, 1867 voter registrations and WWI soldiers’ records.
[Located in Category: Alabama Research]
AlabamaMosaic is a repository of digital materials on Alabama's history, culture, places, and people. Its purpose is to make unique historical treasures from Alabama's archives, libraries, museums, and other repositories electronically accessible to Alabama residents and to students, researchers, and the general public in other states and countries.
[Located in Category: Alabama Research]
Resources for genealogists include indexes to naturalization records (1888-1972) and probate records (1883-1960) and guidelines for requesting information from the archives.
[Located in Category: Alaska Research]
Established in 1968, AHSGR is an international organization dedicated to the discovery, collection, preservation, and dissemination of information related to the history, cultural heritage and genealogy of Germanic settlers in the Russian Empire and their descendants. We have the largest repository of information on Germans from Russia in the Western Hemisphere. All German Russian settlement regions are represented in our library and museum collections.
[Located in Category: German Research]
[Located in Category: How To]
[Located in Category: How To]
[Located in Category: How To]
Birth & Death Certificates Available to the Public A.R.S. § 36-351 Duties of the director; Arizona state library, archives and public records. The certificate images provided are limited to Arizona: BIRTHS that occurred at least 75 years ago DEATHS that occurred at least 50 years ago
[Located in Category: Arizona Research]
The Arizona Memory Project provides access to the wealth primary sources in Arizona archives, museums, libraries, and other cultural institutions.
[Located in Category: Arizona Research]
The Arkansas Gravestones Project is a privately sponsored, non-commercial, non profit, educational site, the success of which depends on the activities of many volunteers and other individuals who contribute photographs to be archived.
[Located in Category: Arkansas Research]
[Located in Category: Military - War]
The Atlas des Deutschen Reichs by Ludwig Ravenstein is relatively rare in libraries of the United States. Besides Germany, the maps of this atlas also cover the bordering portions of present-day Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, and Switzerland. An overview map showing the full area covered by the Atlas can be found on the title page.
[Located in Category: Maps-Atlas-Gazetteers]
Automated Genealogy hosts several projects to index Canadian censuses.
[Located in Category: Canadian Research]
A Step by Step Guide for Americans of German Descent by Joe Beine, German Roots .
[Located in Category: German Research]
Search for information on your given name.
[Located in Category: Names]
Births, marriages, deaths and indexes created by various civil registration offices in the state of Pernambuco. Some of these records have been indexed and are searchable as part of this collection. Additional images and indexed records will be published as they become available.
[Located in Category: Brazil Research]
[Located in Category: English Research]
British History Online is a digital library of key printed primary and secondary sources for the history of Britain and Ireland, with a primary focus on the period between 1300 and 1800
[Located in Category: English Research]
Over 90,000 people volunteered for the British Red Cross at home and overseas during the war. Search for your family’s personnel records, and discover what Red Cross volunteers were doing in your local area 100 years ago.
[Located in Category: English Research]
Use this free online tool to calculate lot size for an ancestor's piece of property. The drawing tools overlaid on Google Maps help you determine the area of a lot and distances along its perimeter.
[Located in Category: Land Records]
This database is an index to passenger and crew lists of ships and some airplanes arriving in California, between 1882 and 1959.
[Located in Category: Immigration - Emigration]
Canadian Genealogy & History Links
[Located in Category: Canadian Research]
[Located in Category: Irish Research]
Library and Archives Canada - Genealogy and Family History.
[Located in Category: Canadian Research]
The Archives Search is an online database that is searchable by name, record type, and time span.
[Located in Category: Colorado Research]
[Located in Category: German Research]
[Located in Category: Connecticut Research]
[Located in Category: Cuba Research]
[Located in Category: DNA]
Records for the following sites are now available: Brighouse Cemetery, 1874 to 1996. Elland Cemetery, 1861 to 1996. No map available. Halifax General Cemetery (aka Lister Lane), 1842 to 1962. No map available. Luddenden Cemetery, 1860 to 1996. Rastrick Cemetery, 1884 to 1994. Park Wood Crematorium, 1956 to 1997. No map available. Sowerby Bridge Cemetery, 1861 to 1996. Stoney Royd Cemetery, 1861 to 1996.
[Located in Category: Canadian Research]
[Located in Category: Delaware Research]
Deeds and mortgages, 1572-1928, for South Jutland, Denmark.
[Located in Category: Danish Research]
[Located in Category: Colorado Research]
[Located in Category: English Research]
[Located in Category: Divorce]
DNA Circles are a great way to discover other members who are related to you through a specific ancestor. Check out these help articles and charts to learn how circles are created and how you can use them to get more from your DNA matches.
[Located in Category: DNA]
Ethnicity Testing – A Conundrum
[Located in Category: DNA]
DNAeXplain Archives Articles.
[Located in Category: DNA]
Concepts – Downloading Autosomal Data from Family Tree DNA. Follow this link to Roberta Estes blog on how to start building a building a chromosome map from FTDNA.
[Located in Category: DNA]
[Located in Category: Maps-Atlas-Gazetteers]
Free webinar by Presenter: Fritz Juengling.
[Located in Category: German Research]
Free to join, view and download handout. European Family History, Nordic Family History, GeneralResearch, FamilySearch and FamilySearch Family Tree, U.S. Research, British Isles Research, Scandinavian Research, Latin America and Spanish Research, Indexing, South Africa Research, English Research, British Isles Research, German Research, Ireland Research, Scotland Research, Wales Research, Czech Republic Research, Denmark Research, Germany Research, Norway Research, Poland Research, Sweden Research, Switzerland Research, Canada Research, Latin America Research, and USA Research.
[Located in Category: Webinars]
Family History Library Classes and Webinars page. On this page you will find a list of all the class schedules as well as webinars that will be taught. A webinar is a class that is broadcasted over the internet, anyone interested can attend. In order to attend a webinar find the class from the below list. The classes are organized according to geographical region. Once you find the class you are interested in, click on the title to enter the online webinar room. Please make sure your headphones or speakers are connected BEFORE you enter the webinar room. We recommend that you enter the webinar about 15-20 minutes before the start time. This will help ensure that your sound is working before the webinar begins. If you would like to download the Handout click on the word “Click Here” next to the title of the class. In order to view past webinars, you can scroll down to the Past Webinars section or click here. All class times are scheduled in Mountain Time.
[Located in Category: How To]
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is passed down almost unchanged from a mother to her children. Family Tree DNA’s mtDNA tests enable you to trace your maternal line using the world’s largest mtDNA database. In this webinar, attendees will learn how to read and understand your mtDNA
[Located in Category: DNA]
Y-DNA is a powerful tool for identifying genealogical matches on the direct paternal line. In this webinar, attendees will learn how to read and understand your Y-DNA STR marker results and matches, and how to use those matches in conjunction with your genealogy research
[Located in Category: DNA]
[Located in Category: How To]
Family Tree DNA offers FREE webinars (online seminars) on genetic genealogy and DNA ancestry testing related topics. All webinars are open to both our customers and the general public. They are recorded, so that they may be viewed.
[Located in Category: DNA]