An excellent site for individuals engaged in adoption research with links to
adoption agency lists, private organizations and information on legal issues.
Free genealogy research of birth, census, death, land, marriage, military
and state records indexes.
The largest family history site online with over 4 billion names in worldwide historical records, family tree services and genealogy. Primarily a subscription site, some free data is offered including the 1880 United States Federal Census, 1881 Census of England, and the Free Birth, Marriage and Death Index of England & Wales for 1837-1983. An account must be created to view free content.
List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
A large categorized and cross-referenced directory of sites useful
for genealogical research, with hundreds of thousands of links.
This site created and maintained by the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints contains billions of free family trees,
family history, ancestry, genealogy and census records
some dating back to 1500.
Includes millions of original historical documents - all are free to search, most require a fee to view the full document. Free titles include the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution, papers of the Continental Congress, the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln Assassination papers, Brady Civil War Photos, Pennsylvania Archives and more. Other documents include the 1860 US census, Revolutionary and Civil War Pensions, City Directories from across the United States, Passport Applications, Naturalization Indexes and Documents, FBI Case Files and more.
Use Family Finder to search the entire Genealogy.com database.
A portal for family tree, surname, ancestry, and genealogy
Search for your ancestors, publish your family tree online
and share your genealogy.
Archives and Records Administration (NARA) - Genealogists /
Includes finding aids, guides, and research tools to aid
genealogy researchers who visit NARA facilities or request
records from them. It also links to the ARC (Archival Research
Catalog) which explains how to search NARA's online genealogy
resources including some of the records relating to: Aliens,
Court Records, Federal Employees, Native Americans (The Guion
Miller Roll Index and the Index to the Final Rolls -- known
as the Dawes Rolls), Spanish American War and World War II
One of the oldest and largest email discussion lists for
those interested in family history and genealogy.
The Internet's oldest and largest free genealogical community.
Converter by RootsWeb
Calculate the soundex code for a surname.
A volunteer organization whose aim is to create free genealogy
web sites for genealogical research in every county and every
state of the United States.
A non-profit, volunteer based organization dedicated to providing
genealogical and historical records and resources for world-wide