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Category: Genealogy and the Internet
Trace your ancestors 1837online.com and search over 400 million records for FREE! Pay only for the records you view.
1837online.com - The place to start tracing your family history
Births, Marriages and Deaths - 1837 to 2004
Census Records - 1861 and 1891
Military Records - 1656 to 1994
Also has a link to LIVING RELATIVES and NEW RECORDS. And the articles and advice section is very informative.
Genealogy need not be an expensive hobby if you only know where to look and how to start. Check out this link below to get more help.
FamilyTreeMagazine - freebies
Dear Members, below is a link to a family tree at GenCircles of some 40,000 names.
A Family Odyssey 2004
A family tree of interest of up to 200,000 names at RootsWeb - BRUCE, COOLEY, PUSCH and many other surnames
RootsWeb's World Connect Project - BRUCE, COOLEY & PUSCH
This family tree is pretty ... what's the word ... incredible! Have a look at the entry for this person FORNJOTUR FORNJOTTSON KING IN KVENLAND born about 160 in Finland. Phew.
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, Hi there. Just a few free links that some of you may not be aware of:-
All about Genealogy from Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia
Also, it appears that Wikipedia have a new aspect to their website in which anyone can contribute towards by writing about their ancestors. The link is below. Before you can create a page about your ancestor, it is advised that you goto the SEARCH box, left-hand margin, and type in the surname you are researching just in case someone has already written about your ancestor and/or that particular person.
G-Wiki - The Genealogy of the World
Make sure you read all their information very carefully. But it looks like you can even start with what sketchy information you have, and then add more as you know more.
Dear Members, Ok what's on offer is the following at the website linked below:-
FREE Family Record Sheet
FREE Pedigree Chart
FREE Pedigree Fan Chart
FREE Timeline forms, charting family history events
FREE Pages for Cemetery Records
FREE Research Log Sheet
FREE Correspondence Log Sheet
The Bailey's Free Genealogy Forms
You may need to download the current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, if you don't have it, it's available as well, just click on the yello icon.
Cheers and good luck.
Research your family history at AncientFaces.com
- Free genealogy search
- Share Memories - photos, stories, recipes
- Build your Family Space - Timeless Legacy
CREATE YOUR OWN FAMILY SPACE is back - personal websites available...
Certificate Sharing is a world-wide website created to share birth, death, marriage and baptismal certificates (written in English) with fellow historians freely. It now offers new features listed under existing features below.
*Certificate Search - search for birth, death, marriage, baptism or all certificates on any given surname.
*Add Certificates to the website - note if a certificate that you upload is written in 'hard to read' script writing, a link shall be sent to you via email once it has been transcribed for proof-reading.
*Forum - interact with other users, post your 'surname interests'.
*Photo Archives - you can now search for and/or add photos of your ancestors N.B. photos must be .jpg format and file size to be no greater than 500kb.
*My Messages - users can be alerted immediately if a contact is researching your ancestors.
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members,
A gentle reminder to those who need it ... It is considered bad etiquette to post full dates of birth/marriage/addresses on the living with or without their permission. It also raises the possibility of identity fraud.
And for goodness sakes please don't tell everybody where you live!
Likewise you will avoid spamming if you don't display your email address here, that's what the 'personal messaging system' is for.
Please read the following data at this site for more information:-
If Miss Manners did Genealogy
Update: It would be appreciated if journals were written in proper sentence case of upper and lower styles instead of fully blocked upper case as this denotes 'screaming'. Save the caps lock for surnames so that they stand out. Thank you.
Also, can we please have subject headings for new journals pertinent and to the point. Example, 'Looking for SMITH and CARTER from Pennsylvannia' instead of trying to have one's life story in the topic heading and nothing in the journal body.