Genealogy Links

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The members of the Iron County Genealogy Society would like to share some of their favorite websites and research links with you.
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50 Most Popular Genealogy Websites for 2011 $ - The leading genealogical data site, and includes articles, instruction, and reference help. - Focuses on genealogy community building and networking. - This database of 57 million cemetery inscriptions adds about a million per month and often includes tombstone photos. - This major data website sponsored by the LDS Church includes the IGI, census records, the library’s catalog and a growing collection of historical records from throughout the world, along with instruction and reference help. $ - A major data site, includes family trees, instruction and reference help. – Free, with the world’s largest collaborative family tree. $ - Hosts family websites for sharing photos, genealogy, and more. $ - One of the most popular FaceBook applications helps people identify and network with their family and search billions of records. – One of the largest, FREE, usercontributed data sites, includes 575 million names in family trees, also instruction and reference help. – Free genealogy search engine linking to free data. – Millions of names in 250,000 pages, along with links to free data; especially useful for Native American information, and some data. - Interactive directory of free genealogy websites and data. $ - 1 billion exclusive records from 4500 newspapers and historical books. (US GenWeb Archives) – A large collection of free data, arranged by state and searchable across the entire collection. – The best subject catalog of genealogy webpage links. - Transcribed and indexed cemetery inscriptions. $ - A family tree sharing and collaboration website. - Includes instruction, reference articles, and some unique data collections. – A collection of surname website links; online since 1996. $ - 650 million British records of many types [formerly]. - A European collection of 400 million names in family trees, community, and submitted records. - Lists of links to United States death records, by state. – Nine million genealogy links organized by state/county and surname. - Database of 24 million New York passenger arrivals that is free to search.  Actual passenger list images can be printed or purchased. - A DNA ancestry cataloguing project with 675,000 users. - Five year old site with free U.S. data contributed by volunteers. – A free genealogy search site with hundreds of data sources.

Find A Grave – Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials or add photos, virtual flowers and a note to a loved one's memorial. Search or browse cemeteries and grave records for people from around the world. - Homepage for's genealogical software. - Historical and genealogical web hosting service. $ - The data collection provided by Family Link, with over a billion records, as well as instruction and reference help. - DNA testing service focused upon family history test types. $ - In conjunction with the U.S. National Archives, Footnote offers data, original records images, and more. (formerly - Links to free census records. $ – A major new subscription data site, launched in July 2009 and already with more than a billion names. - An online archive of genealogy records and images of historical documents. - Less than four years old and full of instruction and guidance for genealogists (formerly – A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe. - Family trees hosting with 300,000 members and 80 million names. –Free family history messaging forum with almost 3 million mostly UK messages. $ - Census, PERSI (the periodical index), books, all free to you at many libraries. –A directory of obituary databases and archives on the web. - Share genealogy research, community pages, family photos & records more for free. - Jewish, reference, instruction, coordination, and databases. - Comprehensive source of U.S. political biography that tells where many dead politicians are buried. - A large free queries website. - Site of the largest lineage society; includes their library catalog and 32 million name index. –Website for popular magazine that includes shopping, links, and research tools. $ –The new name for the NEHGS website and their 3,000 databases. – 50,000 links to free sites, arranged by state and county. - Online marriage records, where to order, some indexes, and more. - State-by-state directory of obituaries and obituary resources. - Large collection of genealogical information pages for England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man. - Genealogy software that produces genograms - Census abstracts (U.S. GenWeb Census Project) –A listing of 400+ registered websites, ranked weekly by hits. –A site where families can establish their own pages to share news, photos, events and genealogy with each other.