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Searchable Records

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GENEASEARCH: Stumbled across this site while looking for something else. They have a lot of great things to search and lots of links. http://geneasearch.com/

GENEALOGY EXCHANGE: Something like the USGenWeb Project http://www.genexchange.com/us.cfm#Start

FIND A GRAVE: Most of the dates seem to be in the 1900s and not a lot of states are represented but I found a couple of kin-folks. You might want to see what you find. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&

BRIDE INDEXES: "Where have all the ladies gone?" I just found this site and hope that everyone will visit. Robert W. Marlin has undertaken the task of trying to locate bride indexes for every state and county. He needs all the help he can get from all of us. Spend a few minutes at his site and see if you can help him or if he can help you. Update: 2/26/00 I dropped by this site this morning because I wanted to submit the Marion Co, AR Bride Index and found that the update notices are still sitting at Mar 99. So I have no idea what's going on with this site, but there is still some good info found there. Ihttp://members.aol.com/MySixteen/

GENEALOGY SEARCH ENGINE PAGE: This site has a lot of searchable sites listed. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/8310/gensearcher.html

NEW GENEALOGY SEARCH ENGINE PAGE: The creators of The Genealogy Home Page and Helm's Genealogy Toolbox have teamed up to release eight new genealogy-specific search engines. http://www.genealogyportal.com/

DAR INDEX NOW ON-LINE: Those hundreds of index books made by the DAR are now on-line and searchable. http://dar.library.net/

SEARCH BIRTH, BAPTISM RECORDS & RESOURCES http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/5978/Vitals.html

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS: Search the 1774-1873 Debates, documents, etc. Never know what you'll find. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/amlaw/lawhome.html

SEARCHABLE DONATED RECORDS: Family Workings is the name of the page and it features queries, donated obituaries, cemetery info, people who do look ups and more. You might want to browse to see what you find. http://www.familyworkings.com/main.htm

300 MILLION RECORDS FOR THE SOUTH: 300 Million Plus Records NC SC VA TN KY. These folks aren't messing around. A really great site. http://members.tripod.com/~rosters

RECORDS TO SEARCH - THE INTERNET SLEUTH: This site has pulled together several search engines and has set up categories to search. Here's the home page: http://web.bilkent.edu.tr/Search/Sleuth/ and here's the genealogy section http://web.bilkent.edu.tr/Search/Sleuth/gene.html

SEARCH THE DIGITAL ARCHIVES OF USGenWeb PROJECT. An archive of all abstracted records done by volunteers for USGenWeb. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ussearch.htm

SEARCH THE ARCHIVES OF THE E-MAIL LISTS: If you want to search an e-mail list for any info here's where you start. http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listsearch.pl

GEDCOMS TO SEARCH: Say what you will about Cliff Manis his site has thousands of GEDCOMS. Get one free lookup. After that you have to send GEDCOMs and pay a small fee. http://www.genserv.com

SURNAME SEARCH: Post your info and search their data base http://surnamesearch.com/index.html

KINDRED CONNECTIONS: This site will let you search for information if you pay a fee. However, you can transcribe some records (on-line) and get free search time. I've found good connections here. http://www.kindredkonnections.com/

 FAMILY TREE MAKER: The Home Page of Family Tree Maker. Great place to visit and search. http://www.familytreemaker.com

MY FAVORITE SPOT: Rootsweb is dedicated to keeping genealogy free on the net. Lots of places to post info, search for your ancestors and they will give you free unlimited web space for your own information. http://www.rootsweb.com

USGenWeb PROJECT: Dedicated to free genealogy on the web. It's broken down by states and then counties. http://www.usgenweb.org

GENFORUM: Search for surnames, post one, check things out by state and county http://www.genforum.com/

GREAT PLACE TO LIST YOUR HOMEPAGE: http://www.genealogytoday.com/family/tree/?/ie4index.shtml

SURNAME REGISTERY: A place to register up to 15 surnames. No info as to time frame, place, etc., but a good site that is growing. Check it out. http://www.surnameweb.org/search/Search.cgi

TWO NEW AREAS TO POST YOUR GENEALOGY INFO: Rootsweb and The Surname Registry have set up Surname Sections, including a lot of variant surnames. You can post your family information and your web site. Check out both places. Rootsweb: http://www.rootsweb.com Surname Registry: http://www.surnameweb.org/

SEARCH COLONIAL FIRST FAMILIES & RECORDS: This home page is dedicated to recording information about the first families in the US. If you have made it back to colonial times add your info here. Otherwise it's a great site to browse. http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/ And Here's a new site that is adding Colonial records at great speed. http://www.gorge.net/aff/

SURNAME SEARCH: Post your info and search their data base http://surnamesearch.com/index.html

GENEALOGY INFOCENTER: A site of genealogy-related newsgroups with links to their FAQ pages. http://www.members.tripod.com/~Genealogy_Infocenter/

YATES PUBLISHING: You've probably seen advertisements for the Family Group Sheets from Yates in Genealogy Helper and other magazines. Here is their site. They charge you for copies of the sheets but you can search for free. http://www.montana.com/yates/

 

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