A-Z of Irish genealogy -
A good starting point.
Cyndi's List of
Genealogical sites on the Internet
Over 250,000 genealogy links -- a great places to start.
Everton's Guide to
Genealogical Resources on the WWW
Home Pages Search
Genealogy Home Page
- Free online course on genealogical research. Associated how-to resources
include a Step-by-Step
Guide and FamilyExplorer.
- A large site with a searchable database and a large chat area.
Portal - Allows you to search for
sites and surnames, vital records and software.
- A good general site, which allows you to search by surname.
- Good article on getting started.
of Online Genealogy - Journal of
Genealogical Society - Web site for
the National Genealogical Society.
- Genealogical data exchange and surname registry.
place to start genealogy research if you were adopted.
Search - An “adoption-focused search engine.”
Bible Archives -
Archive of thousands of names found in family Bibles.
Census Home Page
- U.S. Census home page, provides information on ordering past census data.
Census - Information
about the English census.
Genealogical Center of America -
For Americans of French ancestry.
Links - Lists of French
bookstore - Online bookstore devoted solely to
Links - Native-American
U.K. and Ireland Genealogical Information Service.
- With more than 1.5 million messages, it ranks as one of the Internet's
biggest message boards for family history.
Search Engine for Names
information - Tips on how to decipher old
family tree - Template to make an interactive
family tree (includes HTML code).
Family Finder - Genealogy.com provides a search
engine that indexes 325 million names on nearly 3 million genealogy-focused
web sites. You can also use Genealogy
Site Finder to look through more than 56,000 links
classified by subject.
Irish genealogy links.
Times: Ancestors - A comprehensive site listing
land records, ship logs, and a surname search.
Black & White-Very
Reputable Photo Restorers
Seventeen ways to find a maiden name.
Good resource for finding any location in the world.
Archives - Searchable database of selected parts
of the National Archives’ collection.
England Genealogical Conference
Women - Notable women
Cemetery. - An online
cemetery. Thousands of listings of people’s birthdays and death dates.
Graveyard - A Web page
which shows where over 30,000 politicians, diplomats and judges are buried.
Holocaust resource site.
relationship chart - A chart which shows you
exactly what a “fifth-cousin, twice-removed” means.
Security Database - Ancestry.com provides a Social
Security death index which can be used to look up when and where someone
died by last name or Social Security number. You can also check national
Pages to find addresses and phone numbers.
- A large database which allows you to search for links by surname.
genealogy - How to research your ancestors from
the United Kingdom.