allycat on Family Tree Circles
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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.
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.
More will be updated as time permits. All users: If I don't have a surname definition in the Wiki section, it means I am unaware at the present time. Please message me updating of the uncommon surname meanings.
Note to Users: Please remember to update 'Your Profile', country of origin is also helpful as this site is frequented by visitors world-wide.
Also remember to separate your surnames with a comma otherwise it will be one jumbled mess and other researchers won't know what names you are researching!!!
Please do let me know if you are aware of any outsanding websites pertaining to your surnames ... genealogy-wise.
Come on everybody ... write those journals!
Thank you, Alison.
CALLADINE HALL LANCHBURY CUPITT GRAVOLIN BRISCOMBE TAYLOR MILLER DAVIS MCCLEERY MCCOLLEY SWANN HAYNES HOLMAN CORSBIE ROQUETTE LIMEBURNER TURNER CREED MCKILLOP BEAULIEU
TOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSEN, THOMMPSON, THOMPSN, THOMPSO, THOMPSOM, THOMPSONE, THOMPSONS, THOMPSOON, THOMSEN, THOMSENS, THOMSON, THOMSONN, THOMSONS, THOMSOUN, THOMSOUNE, THOMSSEN, THOMSSON, TOMPSON, TOMPSONN, TOMSON, TOMSSON, TOMPKINS, TOOMBS
SALZER, SALAZER, SALSER, SELSER, SELZER, SLAZER, SALTZMAN, SALTZMANN, SALZMANN, SALTMANN, SALZMAN
ICK, ICKE, ECKE, IKO, ECGHO, YCO, ECCO, ECCKE, ICKELL, EICK, EICKE, ICKES, ICKS, ICS, IKE, ICE, IGO
MULQUEEN, MULQUEENY, MULQUEENEY, MULQUINEY, OMULQUEEN, OMULQUEENY, MALQUEEN, MULQUINN, MALCOM, MALKIN, MELSON, MILLICAN, MILLIGAN, MILLIKAN, MILLIKEN, MOLLISON, MULLICAN, MULLIGAN, MULLIKIN
HITCHCOCK, HICHCOCK, HISCOCK, HISCOCKS, HISCOX, HITCHCOCKE, HITCHCOKE, HITCHCOTT, HISCOCKES, HISCOK, HISCOKE, HISCOKS, HISOCK, HISSCOCK, HISSCOCKS, HISSCOX, HISSOCK, HYSCOCK, HAWKES, HAYCOCK, HESSEK, HICKOCK, HICKOK, HICKOX, HISCOCK, HUGHES, HUGHS, HUSICK
LYNCH, LINCH, OLYNCH, DELENCH, LINCHE, LIYNCH, LYNACH, LYNCHE, LYNCHEY, LYNCHIE, LYNCHY, LYNICH, LYNNCH, LYNOCH, LYNCHARD, LAING, LAMAS, LAMOS, LANCE, LANG, LANGE, LANIUS, LEMIEUX, LEMKE, LENNOX, LENOX, LENZ, LEWINS, LIANG, LIMES, LINCK, LINES, LING, LINGO, LINK, LINKE, LINSAY, LINZY, LOMAX, LONES, LONG, LOOMIS, LUNCE, LUNG, LYNCH, LYNSKEY, LYONS
TROXEL, TROCKEL, TROXAL, TROXALL, TROXELL, TRUTZSCHEL, TRUHSAESS, TROXELLE, TRUTZEL, TRACKWELL, TREICHEL, TREXLER, TROXEL, TROXELL, TRUJILLO, TRUSLOVE, TRUSSELL
DINGMAN, DINGEMAN, DINGERMANN, DINGMANS, DINGEMANS, DANKENBRING, DENISON, DENNISON, DENSMORE, DENSON, DINGMAN, DINKIN, DINKINS, DINSMORE, DONEGAN, DUNAGAN, DUNCAN, DUNCANSON, DUNCOMBE, DUNGAN, DUNKIN, DUNNIGAN, DUNSMOOR
CONTRERAS, DECONTRERAS, CANTER, CANTERBURY, CANTRELL, CENTER, CENTERS, CIANTAR, CONDER, CONDOR, CONDREN, CONDRON, COUNTRYMAN
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, Hi. A warm welcome to all the new users out there.
If your computer is anything like mine, your Bookmarks toolbar folder will be full of all the favourite websites relating to genealogy. Instead of chokking up your PC, share with everyone your favourite websites. Just update your Profile on FamilyTreeCircles, and cut and paste the links in. That way if ever your computers chuck a wobbly (as they do LOL), you won't lose all your favourite websites that could take you ages to find again.
In addition, let us know where you are from in this big wide world of ours.
Who are you researching? Write a journal. And add all your surnames you are researching at the one time by entering them in the Bulk Surname Registration spot.
Happy hunting as they say.
Allycat, Queensland, Australia.
Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, if you are just starting to research your family tree, here is a brief list of all the places you can look:-
GENEALOGY RECORD SOURCES
1. Compiled Sources and Newspapers
a. Family histories and genealogies
b. Family Bible
c. Local histories
d. Compiled lists and directories
e. Biographical works
f. Genealogy and historical publications
g. Compendum genealogies
h. Special manuscripts and collections
i. Newspaper notices (obituaries)
2. Vital Records
3. Church Records
a. Baptismal and Christening
4. Census Records
5. Probate Records
7. Government and local land records
8. Court records
9. Military records
10. Cemetery and burial records
12. Ship passenger lists
13. Naturalization records
Dear Members, This link is especially for user Sandy Utesch as she asked for it but will be useful to all. Click on the link below, and if you click in the left-hand margin there is lots more info besides.
Genealogy.com - How to: Get organised
Turning Piles into Files
Digging Out From the Paper Pile
Preserving Your Research
Another Sort of A to Z - Your Filing System
Organizing Your Research
Organizing the Inconclusive
Spring Cleaning, Genealogy Style
Organizing Oral History Information
The Weekend Genealogist
Time-Saving Tips for Genealogists
The Research Cycle
Focusing on Research Goals for the Next Year
Using Photos in Your Research
Restoring Damaged Photos
Protecting Family Memories from Time
Photographs and the Holidays
Tips for Photographing Tombstones
Follow the Clues, Dating Your Photographs
Documenting Your Sources
Documenting Your Sources
Why Bother? The Value of Documentation
And another one.... FamilySearch.org - The largest collection of free family history, family tree and genealogy records in the world
Get Started With Family History
* How do I get started?
* Helpful research guidance
* Why family history?
* Forms, maps and guides
Search Genealogy Records & Library
* Family History Library Catalog
* Birth, Marriage & Death Vital Records
* U.S., British, & Canadian Census Collections
Preserve And Share Your Family History
* Add your family tree and discover more about your ancestors
* Find people with similar genealogy interests
* More helpful web sites
Dear Members, Below is a list AtoZ of everything from Bookmarking Favourites to Webrings for Genealogy:-
Cyndi's List - Internet Stuff YOU Need to Know
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