Links

Here are some of the links that we have found helpful. Let us know if you find some others helpful and we will add them to the list to help others

Trace Your Family Roots From Immigration to US Citizenship:
A Genealogy Guide – ( http://www.uscitizenship.info/trace-your-family-roots-from-immigration-us-citizenship-genealogy-guide/index.html )

Free Genealogy Resources – http://freestuffandsamples.com/newestsamplesblog/free-genealogy-resources/

How can QR codes be used in genealogy? Here are some ideas.

This site uses the GPS technology in smartphones to help people locate RestingSpots in cemeteries. http://restingspot.com/

Here is a great web site for planning family reunions: http://family-reunion.com/index.htm

Historical Newspapers that are online and searchable can be found at http://www.footnote.com/

These are clips from the new TV series “Who do you think you are?” They are very interesting.

http://www.nbc.com/who-do-you-think-you-are/video/episodes/#vid=1208739

http://www.nbc.com/who-do-you-think-you-are/video/clips/sarah-jessica-parker/1206971/

http://www.nbc.com/who-do-you-think-you-are/video/episodes/#vid=1206958

Here is a website with links to help with your USA resaerch. http://www.peoplefinders.com/article-people-search-genealogy-resources.aspx

www.RootsChat.com – British and Irish Genealogy Forum Chat about your British and Irish Genealogy UK Family History around England Wales Scotland Ireland. 1881-1901 Census lookups of your ancestors.

Here is a good site with hundreds of links to help with your research. http://www.genealogy-links.org/

Here is a good site for genealogy concerning the Revolutionary War. http://www.americanrevolution.org/genlinks.html

Utah has just updated their website to include digital images of the death certificates from 1900-1954. They are indexed and can be enlarged or printed for easy reading. http://historyresearch.utah.gov/indexes/index.html

http://www.progenealogists.com/genealogysleuthb.htm Many genealogy links to searchable online databases or informative tools.

http://www.usgenweb.com/ This site is a group of volunteers working together to provide free genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States.

http://www.searchsystems.net/ A great source to look up U. S. Public records that are in an online database directory.

An exhaustive surname list and links to genealogy web sites worldwide: http://www.linkpendium.com/

http://dis-danmark.dk/kirkeimg/index.asp A collection of good quality pictures of almost all of the churches in Denmark. (Site is in Danish)

Over 45,000 genealogy links. http://www.genealogylinks.net

Many how-to articles about genealogy from getting started to getting organized. http://www.genealogy.com/genehelp.html

[This was one of our more popular tips, so we are putting it back on the home page.] This web site sells a program called PAF Insight that is used to compare IGI records with your genealogy software on your computer to find new individuals. You can even have it check for new people while you sleep. I’ll bet you didn’t think that you could do genealogy even while you are sleeping. Ohana Software

Search for your ancestors using this interactive directory of the best free genealogy search engines. http://www.searchforancestors.com/

Here is a resource of links to genealogy web sites. They are divided into several categories. All Genealogy Sites Directory

Family Crest, Coat of Arms. Free view of the picture with history and meaning. Free search online to help your research! http://www.allfamilycrests.com/

Great resources for genealogy. Broken down into countries and information types. Many great links: http://www.worldgenweb.org

Genealogy: Advice for Effective Searches: Answer a series of simple questions and get free, customized advice on the most effective next steps in your genealogy search.

Free Genealogy Search Help for Google: This free site will help you use Google™ to search for your genealogy. It will create different Google searches using tips or “tricks” that will likely improve your search results. Just provide what you know about an ancestor and the site will set up the best searches for you, based on what you enter.

This web site sells a program called PAF Insight that is used to compare IGI records with your genealogy software on your computer to find new individuals. You can even have it check for new people while you sleep. I’ll bet you didn’t think that you could do genealogy even while you are sleeping. Ohana Software

Here is a web site that goes into great detail explaining about many different aspects of starting out in doing genealogy. It is called “Genealogy for Beginners” by Donna Speer Ristenbatt. http://www.ristenbatt.com/genealogy/gen4bgin.htm

Here is a great site with a lot of information about genealogy. She includes good information about Census, Land, and Military records. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~haas/learningcenter.html

You can quickly search hundreds of free databases from this page: http://searches.rootsweb.com/htdig/search.html Hint: If you have too many pages to search at first, limit you search with additional key words, like places. Then when you are on the database page remember that you can quickly search by Clicking on Edit and then Find in your Microsoft Explorer to pull up a little search box to search for any word in the document. (Don’t forget to look for spelling variations). Happy hunting!

Here is a wonderful resource of information on England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. http://www.genuki.org.uk/

Here is a place to search genealogies that others have placed online with Family Tree Guide: http://www.accessgenealogy.com/search/index.php You can also add your own genealogy online so others can see what you have done by going to this site: http://www.familytreeguide.com/home_index.php?sid=agftsearch

A great site to search the 1841 England census is: http://freecen.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl . You can also view the Cornwall 1841 census on http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kayhin/cocp.html#c1841 . To do a search on these individual typed pages, Click on Edit and then Find in your Microsoft Explorer to pull up a little search box to search for any word in the document. This search feature is really handy to use to locate ancestors on any web page.

The 1880 U.S. Census and 1881 England Census are available to search free of charge on the Family Search web site of the LDS church.

When you are looking up the index entry for marriage certificates from England online, you can click on the link to see who else is listed on the same page to verify that you have the correct person. This is really handy when you have an ancestor with a very common name where there are several possibilities. Here is a link to search the index: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl

One of the best sources for finding genealogy items on the web is Cindi’s List. Here is a link to her site: http://www.cyndislist.com

You can easily order birth, marriage and death certificates from England’s General Register Office online. Here is the link to the web site: http://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificate/index.asp#0