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The major site for all Jewish genealogy research.
[Located in Category: Jewish Ancestry]
The Southwest Florida Germanic Genealogy Society was launched by a few local genealogists who were doing Germanic research in small study groups or independently. The SWFLGG Society brought these researchers together to foster learning from each other and to help in furthering their abilities to do German research.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Charlotte County Library System, a Division of the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department in partnership with the Charlotte County Genealogical Society Inc., offers a lengthy list of genealogy programs. Click on CLASSES at the left to see the current list.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Links provided by the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois on their website, jgsi.org.
[Located in Category: Jewish Ancestry]
This website offers resources on orthodox Jewish topics.
[Located in Category: Jewish Ancestry]
[Located in Category: Country-Specific Sites]
These are the 100 most popular genealogy websites, ranked by order of popularity.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
[Located in Category: Military Records]
Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
[Located in Category: Online Genealogy Libraries]
On this site you can discover more about your ancestry beginning with your family tree. Learn how to use records in your family search, connect with others who are seeking out their ancestors and find the answers to your tough research questions.
[Located in Category: Education]
Largest and most extensive genealogy reference site having well over 4 billion records. Ancestry is a "Pay Site" but the Library Edition is available in the local Charlotte County libraries at no charge with your library card.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
Searchable but requires subscription to access some information
[Located in Category: Passenger Lists]
Free genealogy forms on Ancestry.
[Located in Category: Free Forms]
[Located in Category: Country-Specific Sites]
[Located in Category: Country-Specific Sites]
(If your ancestors arrived in New York before 1892, this site is for you)
[Located in Category: Passenger Lists]
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is a service organization dedicated to service to the Nation. The objectives of DAR are Historic Preservation, Promotion of Education and Patriotic Endeavors. Chapter meetings are held the 4th Monday of each month, October through May, inclusive, with exceptions.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
The Charlotte County History Collections database features thousands of digital objects created from the holdings of the Charlotte County Historical Center and the Charlotte County Library System in Florida. Included in the collections are genealogical records, unpublished family histories, historical photographs and slides, Florida-themed postcards, advertisements, newspaper articles, and more.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
A large categorized and cross-referenced directory of sites useful for genealogical research, with hundreds of thousands of links.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
Find all means of further genealogy education from General Resource sites, classrooms, conferences, home study, certification, etc. See the numerous "how to" tutorials.
[Located in Category: Education]
Daughters of the American Revolution library
[Located in Category: Online Genealogy Libraries]
Notable for not just its newspapers, but especially for its South Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive, this site's records span from 1845 to 1922. It's also worth a visit for colonial wills, Confederate records, historic books, photographs and the online New Georgia Encyclopedia.
[Located in Category: Online Genealogy Libraries]
(arrivals 1892-1924)
[Located in Category: Passenger Lists]
Membership in the Society is open to anyone with an interest in genealogy. The TIMELINES is published in January, April, and September. Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month except June, July and August.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
FamilySearch is a free family history website provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is one of the most heavily used genealogy sites on the Internet.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
Basic genealogy forms are available through the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints website, www.familysearch.org.
[Located in Category: Free Forms]
The Federation of Genealogical Societies links the genealogical community by: serving the needs of its member societies, providing products and services needed by member societies, and marshaling the resources of its member organizations. FGS publishes FORUM magazine, filled with articles pertaining to society management and genealogical news. FGS publishes an extensive series of Society Strategy Papers, covering topics about effectively operating a genealogical society. FGS presents an annual conference with four days of lectures, including one day devoted to society management topics.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
A resource for finding the final resting place of family, friends, and 'famous' individuals. With millions of names and photos, it is an invaluable tool for the genealogist and family history buff.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
The Florida Genealogical Society is the oldest genealogical society in Florida, founded in 1958. Meetings are held at 10:30 AM on the first Saturday of the month at the John F. Germany Library, 900 North Ashley Drive, in downtown Tampa. The annual Fall Seminar is traditionally held on another Saturday in September at a different location.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
The Florida Pioneer Descendants Certification Program, sponsored by the Florida State Genealogical Society, honors descendants of Florida pioneers arriving before 3 March 1845.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
The Florida State Genealogical Society was founded to promote the study and research of genealogy and local history. The society publishes source materials and family history, while encouraging seminars, workshops and similar educational meetings in the State of Florida. All genealogical societies in the State of Florida are members of FSGS at no charge.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
The purpose of FLGenWeb is to preserve and educate the public about our rich heritage in the State of Florida and to help Florida families discover their ancestors.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
GSCC is located in Naples Florida, and is dedicated to researching and recording family histories, as well as teaching and assisting researchers. Members serve as volunteers in the Genealogy Room at the Collier County Regional Library, 650 Central Avenue . The Society meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in Moss Hall at Moorings Presbyterian Church, 791 Harbour Drive. Guests are welcome at meetings and seminars.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
GSS is dedicated to promoting interest in genealogy, educating its members, preserving genealogical records, and supporting local resources. You are invited to meetings to learn more about the society and get involved. Membership in the Society is open to anyone with an interest in genealogical research. General member meetings are held on the third Saturday of the month from October through May, unless otherwise specified, in the Selby Public Library Jack J. Geldbart Auditiorium. Social time begins at 10:00 a.m. The meeting follows at 10:30 a.m.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Gif and ZIP download charts & census records
[Located in Category: Free Forms]
Over 14000 online forums devoted to genealogy, including surnames, US states, countries, and general topics.
[Located in Category: Surname Searches]
Census records are available both in the library and remotely from your home with your library card. Most census years are available. Click online databases and follow instructions.
[Located in Category: Census]
Search hundreds of thousands of genealogy trees and many, many records. Owned by Ancestry.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
Excellent free genealogy resources for beginners and experts alike. Search for ancestors, build your family tree and much more.
[Located in Category: Starting Your Genealogy]
Greene County Public Library, Greene County, Ohio
[Located in Category: Online Genealogy Libraries]
The Imperial Polk Genealogical Society was founded in Lakeland, FL in 1981 as a nonprofit association of individuals interested in promoting the research and study of family history. Meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month at 1:00 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lakeland, 3140 Troy Avenue. Programs are topics of genealogical interest along with those related to use of the Internet as a resource. Meetings are open to the public.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Hosted project to index Canadian Censuses.
[Located in Category: Census]
Donna's focus is on methodology, technology, the Internet, Mac computers and Irish research.
[Located in Category: Country-Specific Sites]
Anyone with an interest in tracing their roots will find a home with LCGS. We help beginners get started and guide them in their work. We welcome experienced genealogists and encourage them to share their knowledge with others. We learn from and teach each other in small and large group meetings. Meetings are free and open to the public. All meetings are held in the Fellowship Hall at the Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church at 4141 DeLeon Street in Fort Myers, Florida. Join us at 1:00 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month and at 10:00 a.m. on the second Saturday of March, May, September and November.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Unlocking the Past Towards the Future” This society name has been changed from the Manasota Genealogical Society to Manatee Genealogical Society. Meetings are on the first Tuesday from October through May at 9:30 a.m. at the Bradenton Central Library, 1301 Barcarotta Blvd. West. The Computer Special Interest Group [SIG] follows this meeting. The RootsMagic SIG meets the second Monday of each month year round. Contact person for the Society is VP Jean S. Morris, 941-722-5156, jmorris161@tampabay.rr.com. The electronic newsletter CRACKER CRUMBS is published quarterly and we invite your Society to exchange with us.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
The National Genealogical Society, a non-profit organization founded in 1903, is the premier national society for everyone from the beginner to the most advanced family historian. The NGS mission is to serve and grow the genealogical community by providing education and training, fostering increased quality and standards, and promoting access to and preservation of genealogical records
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Our Black Ancestry offers information on both slaves and slaveholders in the U.S, with a focus on African American family history and culture. The site is updated regularly as more information become available. Resources include the website, a Facebook page, a Wordpress blog, and a YouTube channel.
[Located in Category: African American Research]
Palatines to America (Pal Am) is a German genealogy society dedicated to the study of ancestors from all German speaking lands.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Society Objectives To encourage research, publication, preservation and availability of genealogical material. To instruct and lend assistance to the membership and general public in the modern methods of research. These objectives shall be accomplished by regular and special meetings by means of lectures, workshops, field trips, and other educational activities. To encourage our members to strive for a personal level of achievement in genealogical research, to preserve that research with a documented lineage society and to place a record of research in the membership files.
[Located in Category: Organizations]
Lists free and fee databases; subscription required $$$
[Located in Category: Military Records]