Ancestral Files, Family Search : A worldwide database of family groups and pedigrees created by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
MyTrees.com's Research Interest Database One of the largest Genealogy Research Message Board on the Internet. This FREE database will help you find others looking for the same family names.
TNG Network : Search for Names. Search 1,233 genealogy databases and 7,744,025 names from a central location.
Find a Grave : Search over 23 million grave records.
Digital Library of Free Surname Books.
Worldwide Directory of Online Cemetery Records
A Collection of Unusual Epitaphs. Funny, original, curious, quaint, touching, poetic, telling graveyard litterature. Browse by location or by surname.
List of Most Common Surnames. Most common surnames in over 40 countries.
Rodovid. Rodovid uses state-of-the-art family tree building technology to organize genealogical information on living and deceased relatives and the relationships among them into a cohesive family tree. Rodovid is free and open to everyone. Visitors are welcome to contribute information and publish it on this website at any time.
Search the Virtual Cemetery - An electronic memorial to our ancestors! : The Virtual Cemetery is an invaluable source of genealogical information. You can contribute a tombstone or search for a tombstone.
Books We Own : A Free Look-Up Resource for International Genealogical Research
Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names. The Central Database of Holocaust Victims is an international undertaking led by Yad Vashem, from Jerusalem. It is the attempt to reconstruct the names and life stories of all the Jews who perished in the Shoah.
Yizkor Books Online : 650 of the 700 postwar yizkor (Holocaust memorial) books at The New York Public Library are accessible online in their entirety.
Dormant Swiss Bank Accounts. Over 23,000 bank accounts designated as "probably" related to victims of Nazi persecution.
World Miscellaneous Births and Baptisms, 1534-1983. Index to selected World Miscellaneous births and baptisms. Only a few localities are included and the time period varies by locality. This set contains 616,743 records.
World Miscellaneous Deaths and Burials, 1767-1950. Index to selected World Miscellaneous deaths and burials. Only a few localities are included and the time period varies by locality. This collection contains 15,269 records.
Rulers : This site contains lists of heads of state and heads of government of all countries and territories, going back to about 1700 in most cases. Also included are the subdivisions of various countries, as well as a selection of international organizations.
Celebrity Trees : Search Genealogy.com's growing collection of Celebrity Trees to see if you're related to a host of famous people including royalty, politicians and heroes from the wild west.
WW-Person : A data base of the higher nobility in Europe. Over 350,000 names. WW-Person now contains 87000 persons of English nobility (including Irish nobility and Scottish nobility), 20000 persons of Italian nobility, 25000 persons of Spanish nobility, 13000 persons of Russian nobility, 60000 persons of French nobility and over 100000 persons of German nobility (including Austrian nobility and Swiss Nobility). For each person original names, titles, dates and relatives are given.
Royal Genealogies. This is a conversion of a huge Gedcom file into a HTML format for use with web browsers.
thePeerage.com. A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
Table of Common Surname Variations & Surname Misspellings. These tables contain more than 10,500 surname variations and misspellings that inGeneas researchers have encountered. inGeneas specialises in Canadian passenger and immigration records.
Obituary Lookup Volunteers. An all-volunteer web site and mailing list dedicated to providing obituary lookups all over the world. Volunteers from many locations are listed on the web site. If there is no volunteer for an area, requests can be sent to the mailing list.
Obituary Daily Times Interactive Search. The Obituary Daily Times is a daily index of published obituaries across the world. The archives are fully searchable online. Search the archives to find a publication date of an obit. You can then refer to the newspaper to get a copy of it (at the library or directly with the newspaper itself).
FuneralNet : Online obituaries. Archives searchable by last name.
Funeralplan.com Free Online Obituaries : Commemorate your loved one's memory, or visit online obituaries created by others.
Obituary Depot. A database of citations spanning hundreds of newspapers in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Register of One-Name Studies. Each of the over 7500 surnames and variants listed in the register is currently registered by a member of the Guild of One-Name Studies as the subject of a one-name study. The member is therefore collecting all occurrences of the surname on a world-wide basis and contact information is provided.
Search a Family PÓcture with GeneaNet : Search the database for photos or paintings of your ancestors!
The War Graves Photographic Project. The aim of The War Graves Photographic Project is to photograph every war grave, individual memorial, MoD grave, and family memorial of serving military personnel from WWI to the present day and make these available within a searchable database.
Ybase : Genealogy by Numbers. Ybase is an open, global resource for genealogists. Find your genetic cousins worldwide - independently of which testing service you have used. The database is searchable on 49 Y-chromosome markers. Anyone can add to it. Anyone can search it. Search by haplotype or by surname.
YHRD - Y Chromosome Haplotype Reference Database : Y chromosomal profiling can trace back paternal lineages into the past and has thus been proven a useful tool in genealogical and kinship testing. This database is interactive and allows the user the search for Y-STR haplotypes in various formats and within specified metapopulations.
Y-Chromosome Database. A Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation database. Search by surname and/or by genetic marker values.
Ysearch. Much has happened since Y-DNA testing first became available commercially through Family Tree DNA in February of 2000. Many thousands of people have tested to find family connections as well as family origins. Since then, other labs have entered this market, and the number of tested individuals is growing as the use of DNA is becoming more and more accepted as an important tool for family research, enhancing traditional genealogy research methods. In order to allow people that have tested with the different companies to make their results available for comparison, Family Tree DNA is offering Ysearch as a free public service.
MitoSearch. With thousands of people that have tested their mtDNA with different companies, MitoSearch.org is brought to you as a free public service that allows individuals that have tested with those companies to make their results available for comparison.
Mitochondrial Database. A Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation database. You may search the database by entering mtDNA results obtained from any commercial lab.
Newspaper Abstracts Site Search. Thousands of pages of American, Canadian, United Kingdom and Irish newspaper abstracts contributed by visitors.
GenLink indexes every surname on your genealogy pages built with†Ged2www, Gedpage, Ged2HTML, Gedbrowser or Ged4Web.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Database
People at Sea. An index for references to any passengers who were on shipping vessels and/or were drowned/lost/survivors at sea, and are for the most are mentioned in articles of information from the Australian newspapers.
Mariners Index : An index to references for mariners and seamen worldwide, mentioned in colonial Australian newspapers, pre 1900.
Lost at Sea (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond). Alphabetical lists of names of those Lost At Sea - listed by province, state or country. Mainly Atlantic Canada, but also several US East Coast and other countries fishermen and mariners who were lost at sea.
Behind the Name : The Etymology and History of First Names
Daniel de Rauglaude's Database. Over two million individuals: genealogies of European royal families from the 6th century to the present, French and US Presidents, Nobel price winners, and other celebrities.
Dead People Server: Find out if a celebrity is dead or alive
Surnames. Free online edition of this book by Bernard Homer Dixon tracing the etymology and meaning of surnames. Published in 1857.
People who died as a result of a witchcraft accusation (Europe and America) (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond).
GenCircles' Global Tree. The Global Tree is a pedigree linked database consisting of over 60 million ancestors submitted to GenCircles by users of the site.
Nom de Guerre : Pseudonyms used by entertainment personalities, athletes, writers and historical figures. You can search this site by pseudonym, or by real name
The Freedom Forum Journalists Memorial. Located in Arlington, Virginia. As of 2008, the names of more than 1,800 journalists from around the world are etched on the memorialís glass panels.
World Wedding Bells Thru 1899: a place to research and post your marriages up to 1899 from your Family Histories.
Birthday Server : The Birthday Server is intended to record the Birthday dates of users.
Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography. The Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography is a public webresource that will ultimately contain hundreds of concise biographies of Unitarian and Universalist leaders and celebrated individuals whose religion was Unitarian, Universalist, or Unitarian Universalist. Nearly 200 biographies are currently online.
Deceased Pro Wrestlers
National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections : Close to 800,000 records in two databases: 1) For archival and manuscript collections in research libraries, museums, state archives, and historical societies located throughout North America and around the world; 2) For archival and manuscript collections in public, college and university, and special libraries located throughout North America and around the world.
The Biographical Dictionary. This dictionary covers more than 33,000 notable men and women who have shaped our world from ancient times to the present day.
Biographies of Notable Women. An ever-expanding list of biographies of notable women, both those who are famous and those who should be more well known.
Victims of the Pan Am 103 Crash, 21 December 1988 (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond). In the evening of December 21st. 1988 flight Pan Am 103 exploded and pieces of the plane fell onto the Scottish town of Lockerbie, killing 259 people on the plane and 11 people on the ground.
Encyclopedia Titanica. Titanic passenger and crew listings, over 2,400 individual passenger and crew biographies, and much more.
The Official Academy Awards Database. The Academy Awards Database contains the record of past Academy Award winners and nominees.
Astronaut Fact Book (pdf document). Published by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in July 2003. Lists all U.S. and International astronauts selected from 1959, with biographical sketches (349 names)
Le dictionnaire des noms. A surname dictionary in French.
Coats of Arms from Ireland and Around the World
Famous and Remarkable Adoptees, Foster Children and Others: A Biographical Directory
GenSeeker. This form will allow you to search the contents of all the registered WWW documents at RootsWeb.
RootsWeb Surname List -- Interactive Search : Over One Million Surname Entries On File. The RootsWeb Surname List is a list or registry of surnames. Associated with each surname are dates and locations, and information about how to contact the person who submitted the surname. Add your surnames so others can find you.
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