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click on family finder to learn what CD's your family is on
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2 surnames per CD. Use given name, no broad lookups - ie:
All the SMITH's.
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||Marriage Index: IL, IN, KY, OH, TN, 1720-1926
Marriages that occurred in 221 counties
in five Midwestern states, approx 738,000 individuals.
||Marriage Index: AL, GA, SC, 1641-1944
||Marriage Index: MD, NC, VA, 1624-1915
||Marriage Index: AR, MO, MS, TX, 1766-1981
||Marriage Index: Arkansas 1779-1992
Indexes to marriage records for 19 counties,
approx 308,000 individuals.
||Birth Records: United States/Europe, 900-1880
||Egle's Notes and Queries of Pennsylvania,
Images of the pages on the genealogy, biography, and history of
central Pennsylvania. Reprinted in seven volumes between the
years 1894 and 1896 with the five annual volumes for 1896-1900.
||Census Index: Ohio, 1880
Compiled by the Ohio Genealogical Society.
||Social Security Death Index: U.S. 1937-1995
||217 Family History Books
Full text from 217
books with emphasizes on New England and the Eastern Seaboard.
Includes corrected versions of Virkus: Abridged Compendium of
American Genealogy (Volume 1), and Savage: Genealogical
Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (Vol.
||Family History: New England Families #1
Images of the pages of 13 books covering New
England family histories and genealogies spanning the 1600s to
the 1800s. The books reference approximately 140,000 names.
(must have a way to view jpeg files because these are scanned
pages of actual books)
||Canadian Genealogy Index: 1600's-1900's
Two million records referencing individuals from all regions of
Canada, as well as early Alaska. The vast majority of the
records fall between 1600 and the mid-to-late 1900s. Sources
include city directories, marriage records, land records, census
records, and more.
||Military Records: Confederate Soldiers,
Indexed images of National Archives microfilm roll M918, Register
of Confederate Soldiers, Sailors, and Citizens Who Died in
Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North 1861-1865,
approximately 25,000 soldiers, sailors, and civilians.
||Military Records: Massachusetts Civil War
Soldiers and Sailors, 1861-1865
||Military Records: U.S. Soldiers, 1784-1811
Images of a card index that originally spanned nine rolls of
National Archives microfilm. This card index is the index to the
compiled service records of 21,000 volunteer soldiers who served
from twenty-two states and territories of the United States
between 1784 and 1811.
||Military Records: Civil War Confederate Pension
||Family History: Mid-Atlantic
Information concentrates on New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Delaware, and Maryland. Since the early 1600s, more immigrants
have settled in or passed through the Mid-Atlantic region than
any other region.
||Cemetery Records: Salt Lake City, 1848-1992
References individuals buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery
between September 1848 and November 1992
||County & Family Histories: Pennsylvania,
Indexed images of 14
books of Pennsylvania family histories and county
||Missouri Marriage Index 1851-1900
Information on approx 430,000 individuals who were married in
between 1851 and 1900.
||Land Records: AL, AR, FL, LA, MI, MN, OH, WI,
||Naturalization Records: Philadelphia, 1789-1880
Information was originally edited by P. William Filby and
produced as a book volume called Philadelphia Naturalization
Records. That book volume was compiled from an 11
volume index originally completed by the Work Projects
Administration (WPA) around 1940. Information on 113,000+
immigrants from nearly 100 countries, great resource for
researchers whose family settled in Pennsylvania.
||Passenger and Immigration Lists: New York,
Information taken from the National Archives Microfilm Series
M237, rolls 1 through 95 (Registers of Vessels Arriving at
the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789-1919).
||Selected U.S./International Marriages Records,
Approx 1,383,000 individuals from across all fifty United States
and thirty-two different countries around the world. These
records include information on more than 500 years of marriages
compiled over thirty-four years of family history research by
professional genealogist Bill Yates. [NOTE: I could not find a
list of specific resources]
||Local and Family Histories: New England,
Text of 20
volumes of New England local and family histories, contains
information on more than 50,000 New England residents and their
families. Includes local and town histories, some of the books
focus specifically on Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
and Rhode Island.
||Family History: Southern Biographies and
Genealogies, 1500s to 1940s
Electronically searchable text of 12
books detailing the origin and descent of various prominent
- Ashley 1789-1979 (17,772)
- Calhoun 1851-1890 (2,791)
- Crawford 1877-1896
- Franklin 1811-1976
- Garland 1818-1970 (9,950)
- Hempstead 1817-1881
- Hot Springs 1800-1881
- Jefferson 1830-1879
- Logan 1787-1919 (8,406)
- Phillips 1754-1899
- Polk 1900-1906 (2,252) *
- Pope 1830-1859 (833)
- Randolf 1804-1988
- Saline 1828-1875 (3,054)
- Sebastian 1847-1992
- Stone 1873-1890 (1,890)
- Union 1809-1869 (4,673)
- Washington 1870-1893
- Yell 1841-1878 (775)
- A Genealogical History
of the Rehoboth Branch of the Carpenter Family by Amos
B. Carpenter (published by Press of Carpenter &
- Descendants of Edward
Colburn/Coburn, by George A. Gordon and Silas R. Coburn
(published by Walter Coburn, 1913).
- A History of the Town
of Keene [MA] by S. G. Griffin (published by Sentinel
Printing Company, 1904).
- History of the Kimball
Family in America by Leonard Allison Morrison and
Stephen Paschall Sharples (published by Damrell & Upham,
- The Leavitts of
America, published by Jane Jenning Eldredge for the
Leavitt Family Association, 1924.
- Register of the
Middlebrook Family by Louis F. Middlebrook (1909)
- Prominent Men and
Women of the Day by Thomas W. Herringshaw (published by
A.B. Gehman & Co., 1889).
- History of Salem, MA
Vol I by Sidney Perley (1924).
- History of Salem, MA
Vol II by Sidney Perley (1926).
- History of Salem, MA
Vol III by Sidney Perley (1928).
- Records of William
Spooner by Thomas Spooner (1883).
- The History of Weare,
New Hampshire by William Little (published by the town,
- The History of the
Wheeler Family in America compiled by the American
College of Genealogy (published by American College of