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Results for England


General
GENUKI -- UK and Ireland Genealogy    GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.
Ireland     This site is part of the WorldGenWeb Project and is the regional resource page for research in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
The National Archives of the United Kingdom    Includes Census for 1841-1911 on Ancestry.co.uk and other sites for free.

Results for English-Canada


History
The Raid On Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704    Raid On Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. The website includes stories told from all sides.
The War That Made America PBS "French     This section contains capsule biographies of major figures as well as ordinary individuals from the period of the French and Indian War. Each "identity card" belongs to one of three categories: British, French, or Indian. More information may be found about these individuals in the French and Indian War resources or from other online historical sites. Teachers may want to download the biographies to use as a classroom resource.

General
Library and Archives Canada - Census Returns    Official government database of Canadian Census returns.

Results for France


Research
110,000 Soldiers in the Hotel des Invalides in Paris     Very good source, complementary parish registers,
More than 135,000 residents received at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris, from 1673 to 1796.

Find Surnames by Town $$ Jan 2015    Search for Surnames by Town.
France GenWeb - Archives of France with Map of Departments    Online Archive
France Genwebs - Search Member acts by departments    Colorful departments are those for which at least one act is present in the database Acts Bulk. Legend on left shows estimate of number of acts by department
French Cassini Website    Research places -maps of France & good information re: departments and cities.
Geneanet - French Subscription Website     Family trees, archival records, family pictures, indexes, old books and newspapers: hundreds of million entries to help you find your ancestors.
Geneanet - French Subscription Website    
GeneaWiki - for English Reading Only - not searching    
GeneINFOS - SEARCH Online Archives of the French Departments ... For English - Read Only   
Nobility Titles and Coats of Arms Description    
Planete Genealogie - Family Trees     Search for your ancestors in 250 millions shared family trees posted online by Heredis Online users.

Register of Coats Of Arms     Wikipedia page re: French coats of arms with links

Database
Archives On Line - Databases    
Departmental Archives On Line and what data is available     Table indicating type of information available for each department by clicking on link in rightmost column.
Find Surnames in Departments of France Jan 2015    This site prompts you to enter a surname and will return a page with genealogic information about those in the various areas with that surname.
French Soldiers who Fought with Lafayette in Rev. War     French Database - who fought for the War of independence of the United States
Geneabank - Must be a Cercle Member     GeneaBank provides access to remote information not otherwise available without travel.

History
Migrations - French Ships of our Ancestors and Passengers    

Maps
Maps of France - By Regions - Departments and Cities   
1750 Rumsey Map of France - Cassini - Overlayed with Google Earth    This site brings you to an historical map of France. From this page you can navigate to the David Rumsey Map Collection and blog.
César-François Cassini de Thury    The site contains biographical data re:César-François Cassini de Thury, an important astronomer and cartographer born in France in 1714.
French Departments and their numbers    The map on this site shows the division of France into departments and gives the number of each department. In the administrative divisions of France, the department is one of the three levels of government below the national level ("territorial collectivities"), between the region and the commune. The departments were created in 1791 as a rational replacement of Ancien Régime provinces in view of strengthening national unity; almost all of them are therefore named after rivers, mountains or coasts rather than after historical or cultural territories, unlike regions, and some of them are commonly referred to by their two-digit postal code number
Maps of France - By Regions & Departments by BonjourLaFrance    This tourist site provides list of areas in France and links to maps.

Library
Bigenet - See Data and buy if you wish     This genealogical database provides vital of France from its origins until the early twentieth century. It is regularly updated through the participation of 53 genealogical associations.

General
France Infobel Telephone Directory    Telephone directory for France.
France Guide - Find info on France     Current information about France and travel in France.
Register of the Nobility Of France    
The French Genealogy Blog by Anne Morddel     Well written with many links to additional sources with descriptions of the linked source in english.

Results for French-Canada


Research
Archives of the Notaries of Quebec covering 1800s-1900s    
Global Genealogy for Quebec     The links in this section are to useful, searchable online genealogical and historical information for those researching their Quebec roots. Most links are free online resources ( free ) however there are also links to some commercial resources ($) that were recommended by satisfied users.
Quebec Obituaries from 1999 and up Jul 2015    This database contains 1,685,650 obituaries beginning in 1999 from more than 250 internet sources.
ROOTSWEB - Search the QUEBEC RESEARCH LIST Archives Oct 2014    Ancestry.com webpage set for searches on "QUEBEC-RESEARCH".
Acadian and French Canadian Genealogy by John P.DuLong     Web site dedicated to French genealogical research focused primarily on Acadian (also known as Cajun) and French Canadian genealogical research, but includes Creole, Métis, Huguenot, Foreign French, French, Belgian, and Swiss research as well.
Canada - France Archives Online    
Churches of Quebec in Photos     Welcome to the website of the Quebec Inventory of worship, a project of the Council of the religious heritage of Québec, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Communications. This site provides access to a fact sheet and photographs for each of the inventoried buildings or places of worship of different religious traditions erected before 1975. To access photographs or information on places of worship of the inventory, you can use one of our three search engines.
Denyse Beaugrand-Champagne - Hire an Expert    Website offers search service called Histoquest and they will do extensive genealogical searches for a fee.
Drouin Institute Microfilms - Good list of Notaries    The collection of 2,366 microfilms of the Drouin Collection contains vital records Catholics and other denominations of Quebec, from its origins to 19401942 for all until August 1968 for Hull and Gatineau, Ontario until June 1968 Ottawa, Acadia and the United States; The collection also includes microfilm notaries and various documents.
Marlene Simmons - Quebec and Eastern Townships Page    Quebec genealogy poses some interesting problems, especially in the Eastern Townships that were largely settledby English-speaking people whose roots go back into the New England states. In an effort to help clear up some of these problems, the author indexed over 630,000 church, cemetery, census, and newspaper articles. To view the indexing, click on the Churches Indexed link at the top of the page.
Monteregie - [South of Montreal] Links to Cities, Libraries,Societies, Cultural Institutions etc    Links to websites re: cities, libraries, societies and cultural institutions.
Monteregie - [South of Montreal] Links to Cities, Libraries,Societies, Cultural Institutions etc    Montérégie is an administrative region in southwest Québec. This webpage provides information about the cities and weblinks andor email addresses for further research.
Montreal 1666 Census     1666 Census listing the 627 inhabitants at that time and their occupations (in French). A key at the bottom of the census list gives the English translation of the occupations.
NEHGS - French Canadian Genealogy Guide   
PRDH Online Includes reconstituted families up to 1799    Computerized population register, consisting of biographical records of all individuals of European origin who lived in the St. Lawrence Valley. Paid Subscription Website.
Quebec to United States SURNAME CHANGES    List of French surnames cross-walked to the names adopted after migration to the US
Tanguay Dictionaire - Online     Genealogical Dictionary, Canadian families
Top Ten websites for Quebecers by Marcel Fournier Apr 2015    Access to religious and civil records for Quebec area.
Wikipedia - Notable Franco-Americans     List of notable French Americans by occupation, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.
Yamaska Pedigree Charts   

Database
ADHEMAR Database of Montreal Properties & Owners 1642 to 1805   
Changes in both the counties, villages and settlements of Quebec    The following database contains information on villages and communities where families settled in Lower Canada and Quebec from 1760 onward. This document will assist researchers seeking to find the names ( past and current ) of these settlements.
Eastern Townships BMD's - 1831 to 1878 Sherbrooke Newspapers    Cemetery records for Quebec organized by historical county.
Francogene Database by Denis Beauregard - His Total DB is on our Computers    
Hemmingford,Quebec Cemetery Records     Consists of a database of over 6,000 records from 20 area cemeteries.
Marriage, baptism and burial records of St. Luce of Frenchville, Maine    The Ste Luce Church Registers. The Fr. Henri Dionne years, 1843-1860
The following links describe the databases and transcriptions extracted from the Ste Luce registers:
•Baptisms, January 1843 - January 1860
•Marriages, January 1843 - January 1860
•Burials, January 1843 - January 1860
•Abjurations
•Confirmations, August 1844 & July 1850
•1858 parish censuses, December 1857 - January 1858

Parchemin Info and lists of Notaries, sorted 3 ways    Hundreds of thousands of records referencing all of the information contained in the minutes of the notaries of early Québec, from the earliest hours of France’s colonization of North America until December 31, 1799. It is practically the entire output of the 277 notaries who practiced during nearly two centuries of history.
Parchemin Info from Pierre Benoit    Notarial database of old Québec (1635-1784)
Parchment is an almost complete inventory of notarial minutes of an entire people, from its origins until 1784.
From 1635 until 1784, the end of the French regime, all deeds: marriage contracts, sales, wills, probate inventories, etc. have been fully and carefully stripped, essentially, verified and entered on computer format.

Quebec Cemeteries    Allows for search by county or by surname.
Search about 200 Protestant Churches in Quebec    Search births, marriage and death records.
Search for Articles in Periodicals at UltimaQues    Search for articles published in Canadian, American and European periodicals. The articles are indexed by subject, author and title in the fields of genealogy , history and heraldry

Voyageurs (In English - Travellers) Database     Allows you to search the database using the following fields: Name; Occupation; Parish; Destinations andor Date of Contract.


DNA
French Heritage DNA Project    The French-Canadian Heritage Society of California and the Southern California Genealogical Society are proud to announce the French Heritage DNA Project which will include anyone with French heritage including but not limited to French, French-Canadian, Acadian, Cajun, Metis, and all our other cousins. This project is dedicated to the several hundred founding ancestors who came primarily from France in the 17th century and from whom most of us with French-Canadian heritage descend.
Jacques Beaugrand Website - Very Interesting    Site, written in French, with information about and to promote DNA genealogy.

History
The Jesuit Relations - Online     This site contains the entire English translation of The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, originally compiled and edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites-published by The Burrows Brothers Co. throughout the latter part of the nineteenth century. Each file represents the total English contents of a single published volume.
Angelique and the Burning of Montreal - Denyse Beaugrand-Champagne     This site will take you back to the Montréal of 1734 and its daily way of life. You will discover how a colonial city functioned, its people, its housing and its constant fear of fires.
Chambly Historical Society - 1681 and 1831 Census and much information; St Mathias 1765     History of Fort Chambly.
French Canada History Websites    
Mississquoi Museum -Contains many maps of the area    Missisquoi Museum features exhibitions and education programmes which explore the many individuals and events that contributed to the historic development of Missisquoi County.
NosOrigines Database - Great for the 1600s and 1700s    History of church records and civil status & other resources.

Quebec History & US Migrations    Texts, readings documents and other information re: the immigration history of Canada.
Regiment de Meuron    This list consists of names of soldiers and officers of the Meuron regiment present in Lower Canada between 1813 and 1816 only.

The Raid On Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704    Raid On Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. The website includes stories told from all sides.
The War That Made America PBS "French & Indian War" BIOGRAPHIES of the French, British and Native American Leaders     This section contains capsule biographies of major figures as well as ordinary individuals from the period of the French and Indian War. Each “identity card” belongs to one of three categories: British, French, or Indian. More information may be found about these individuals in the French and Indian War resources or from other online historical sites. Teachers may want to download the biographies to use as a classroom resource.
The War That Made America PBS "French & Indian War" BIOGRAPHIES of the French, British and Native American Leaders     This section contains capsule biographies of major figures as well as ordinary individuals from the period of the French and Indian War. Each “identity card” belongs to one of three categories: British, French, or Indian.
Wikipedia Franco American    Wikipedia entry describing historical and current information about Americans of french descent.

Maps
Boucherville Map of 1724    Can download map through SCRIBD service.
Searchable map of the old Quebec Counties     Page includes historical maps of old Quebec counties. You can move your mouse over the maps to find additional information about the original owners (marriagesoccupationstransfers). Some maps have web links to relevant pages with more information.

Forum
Maple Stars and Stripes PODCASTS - AUDIO blogs for French Canadian research Oct 2014    Maple Stars and Stripes: Your French-Canadian Genealogy Podcast was created as a way to share tips and tricks that might make it easier to research your French-Canadian family here in America as well as to trace them back in Quebec. We’ll discuss ways to make it easier to move around in French-language records, especially if you’re not a native French speaker, as well as take a look at different record groups, repositories, history, geography, culture, and methodology particular to French-Canadian genealogy.

Library
Library and Archives Canada - Ancestor Search - Genealogy & Family History - Immigration - Grosse Iles - and more Sept 2015   
Bibliotheque & National Archives of Quebec     Search the Pistard Archives - English - READ ONLY
Bibliotheque & National Archives of Quebec     Non-Catholic BMD in the Montreal area etc...
Bibliotheque & National Archives of Quebec     Search the Pistard Archives by SURNAME - Do SEARCH here
Eastern Townships Resource Center - many good links Feb 2015    Website of the Eastern Townships Resource Centre located at Bishop’s University (2600 College Street, Sherbrooke, Quebec).

Electronic New France - many good Links     Welcome to Electronic New France, where all the best websites pertaining to French colonial America are gathered. Many, but not all, sections are in English.
Montreal Libraries - Catalog of Resources    
Our Roots - Nos Racines    Our Roots is a library, archive, museum and school all in one. Check the collection to find Canadian local histories in French and English. Check Educational Resources for learning packages for students and teachers. Check back with us often – we’re always adding more.

General
Eastern Townships BMD's - 1831 to 1878 Sherbrooke Newspapers   
Francogene Database of Denis Beauregard    The entire database is on our computers at the library.
Francois Marchi's Genealogy Site Apr 2015    These genealogy pages relate to François Marchi and the following families are included: Family Carufel(Sicard de Carufel);Family Gouin;
Family Lamothe(Cauchon said Lamothe); Marchi Family.
French and Québécois Cultural Connections - Frances Chevalier PhD    List of helpful links for research.
How to Get Notary Records from Montreal    Vermont French Canadian Genealogical Society HANDOUT

Class taught on 31 October 2015 by John Fisher-Poissant
Library and National Archives, Quebec (BANQ)    This organization is the primary government repository for genealogical (and other historical) records.
Vermont French-Canadian Genealogy Society    Membership organization specializing in French-Canadian genealogy, offering library and research facilities.

Results for General Topics


General
Cyndi's List    Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet (www.CyndisList.com) is a free, categorized & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Internet. The site contains roughly 290,000 links in 180 categories. You may also want to check out Cyndi's List Blog (http:cyndislist.blogspot.com). It is a place for Cyndi's random thoughts, advice, tips, wishes, and periodic rants.
Linkpendium The Definitive Directory    Ten million genealogy links with worldwide surnames.
The Internet Archive    The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public.

Results for Genetic-Genealogy


DNA
Sanger DNA Testing   
The Genetic Genealogist Blog    This is Blaine Bettinger's DNA Testing Blog.Blaine normally posts 1-2 times a week. He covers a wide variety of information on genetic genealogy but does a really good job of covering X-chromosome research, the topic of genealogical standards for DNA testing and the technical details necessary for understanding the limits on using this information.
Your Genetic Genealogist Blog    CeCe Moore's DNA Blog. As of January, 2015 CeCe is mainly posting about various DNA kits sales due to her busy research, travel and speaking schedule. This is a great one-stop shop for the latest ways to save on kits.

General
DNA Testing from Illumina   
DNAeXplained - Genetic Genealogy     Exhaustive DNA information plus a fascinating story on the orphan train.

Third Party Tools
Using GEDmatch    GEDmatch is probably the single most useful 3rd party tool for working with your autosomal DNA. It allows anyone who has autosomal test data from AncestryDNA, FamilyTreeDNA or 23andMe to upload it to the GEDmatch site and work with their matches.This articles gives detailed guidance on how to use GEDmatch and many of its options.

Results for Germany


Research
Genealogy sites by German state    Surname research by name; German area has many organizations
List of Ortsippenbücher    Text list by town in alphabetic order
List of Ortsippenbücher    Map and list of online contacts
List of Standesamts    List of Town Offices (Standesamt's) in Germany
Online German Archives List    Boppard & Dusseldorf archive lists
Organized list of many German sites    Every site on German genealogy is probably listed here
Rhineland Archives Lists    Boppard & Dusseldorf archive lists

Database
German Roots    German Roots
Hamburg Embarkation Lists    Ancestory.com, free to members at the Vermont Genealogy Library.
Research lists of Rhineland parishes in Boppard Archiv (6,250 books)   
Steve Morse 1-Step Website (NY: 1820-1957)    Passenger lists.

Maps
Current maps of Europe    (Google Maps & Google Earth download) Current maps of Europe (with overlays)
Historical German maps    David Rumsey Map Collection
Historical German maps    Perry-Castaneda Library, University of Texas
Historical German maps - 1882    Federation of Eastern European Family History Societies
Historical German maps - 1883    Ravenstein Atlas des Deutschen Reichs at the University of Wisconsin
Military maps of Europe    U.S. Military Academy, Department of History

Library
Archiv der Evangelischen Kirche im Rheinland    Two Evangelical church archives in Rhineland.
Bremen Embarkation Lists (1904-1914)    Online list of the few records remaining for Bremen (1904-1914)
Bremen Embarkation Lists (1920-1939)     Online list of the few records remaining for Bremen (1920-1939)
Civil Records at the Standesamt    Online heritage books.
Kirchenbuch Portal    Consortium of Protestant Church groups with a goal of placing all Kirchenbuch online. This is a paid website.
Research list of Rhineland parishes in Dusseldorf Archiv (~250 books)   

General
Chronicling America    free site with many German-American papers
GenealogyBank    Pay subscription site for historical newspapers
No. American Newpaper Access   

Immigration
Cyndi's List    German Immigration to the USA
German Arrivals in Philadelphia    Online copy of Pennsylvania arrivals & oaths taken
German Roots website    Joe Beine's lists of Emigration & Immigration records
Germans to America (63 vols.)    Compilation of boats with 50% or more Germans from Hamburg

Emmigration
German Roots website    Joe Beine's lists of Emigration
Wuerttemburg Emigration Index    Ancestory.com, free to members at the Vermont Genealogy Library.

Directories
Business directories    Search for businesses in Germany by title & type & location
Surname distribution in German    Distribution of surnames in Germany & spelling variations
Telephone directories    Search for individuals across Germany (address & phone numbers)

Results for Government & Universities


Results for Immigration, Ships Lists & Naturalization


General
CastleGarden -- immigration records before 1892    CastleGarden.org is an educational project of The Battery Conservancy. This free site offers access to an extraordinary database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. More than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestors to this early immigration period.
Ellis Island -- immigration records 1892 to 1924    Free site for those passing through Ellis Island.

Results for Ireland


History
Finding Your Irish Roots    “For descendants of Irish emigrants the locality (of origin) is often one of the most difficult things to discover.”

General
Eneclann    Founded in 1998, Eneclann offers Irish genealogy and history research services to individual and corporate clients in Ireland and worldwide. They are a small company, with just fourteen employees, all of whom have a background in Irish historical research and genealogy, archives and records management, technology or business management.
FindMyPast - Ireland    As family historians ourselves, and specialists in Ireland, we know that researching your family history is a rewarding and challenging process. There are so many ways in which findmypast Ireland will help you to get the most out of your research.
GENUKI -- UK and Ireland Genealogy    GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.
Ireland     This site is part of the WorldGenWeb Project and is the regional resource page for research in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
RC Baptism records for the Parish of Tubber (Kilkeedy) 1833 - 1881:    Title: RC Baptism Records for the Parish of Tubber (Kilkeedy)
Type: Baptism Records
Dates: 1833 - 1881
Place: RC Parish of Tubber (Kilkeedy)
Source: NLI Microfilm No. P2473
TranscriberDonator: Paddy Casey, Switzerland; Diane Culhane, USA
The Irish Canadian Society    The mission of the Irish Canadian Society (ICS) is to promote, through social, cultural and sporting activities, fellowship among residents of Ireland and Northern Ireland who have Irish-Canadian connections, and to promote within Ireland, Northern Ireland and Canada greater awareness of Irish and Canadian cultural and other links.
The National Archives Ireland    This site has key Irish genealogy resources including online versions of the 1901 and 1911 Censuses, Griffiths Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books.
The National Library of Ireland    The National Library’s holdings constitute the most comprehensive collection of Irish documentary material in the world and offer an invaluable representation of Ireland’s history and heritage. The main record sources include Catholic parish registers, property records such as estate papers and maps, newspapers, directories and heraldic records.

Results for Native American


History
The Raid On Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704    Raid On Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704. The website includes stories told from all sides.
The War That Made America PBS "French     This section contains capsule biographies of major figures as well as ordinary individuals from the period of the French and Indian War. Each ?identity card? belongs to one of three categories: British, French, or Indian. More information may be found about these individuals in the French and Indian War resources or from other online historical sites. Teachers may want to download the biographies to use as a classroom resource.

General
Ne-Do-Ba: Abenaki Genealogy     Website about Abenaki genealogy.
Quebec Native American or Metis Resources     Webpages on FrancoGene site devoted to Canadian Native-Americans and Metis

Results for New England


Society
American-Canadian Genealogy Society    The ACGS, with over 1400 members, is one of the largest organizations focused on our French-Canadian heritage and the records linking Quebec & Acadia to millions of Americans. The ACGS Library is located at 4 Elm Street, next to the Blessed Sacrament Church in Manchester, New Hampshire, one block south of Queen City Avenue.
Vermont Society of Mayflower Descendants    To perpetuate to a remote posterity of the memory of our Pilgrim Fathers. To maintain and defend the principle of civil and religious liberty as set forth in the Compact of the Mayflower, "For the Glorie of God and advancement of the Christian faith, and honor of our countrie."

Library
Friends of Irish Research    Friends of Irish Research

General
American-French Genealogy Society    The American-French Genealogical Society is dedicated to the study and preservation of the French-Canadian culture with a membership of over 1400 worldwide and a main office and library located in Woonsocket, RI, USA.
French-Canadian Genealogy Society of Connecticut    The French-Canadian Genealogical Society of Connecticut is dedicated to collecting, preserving and disseminating genealogical and historical information about our ancestors who settled in Quebec and Acadia and their descendants. Our focus is on the genealogy of people of French-Canadian and Acadian heritage who settled in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and throughout New England, though we also have information about other areas of the United States and Canada.

Results for New York


General
FrancoAmerican Gravy: Family History & Stories from Québec and Upstate New York    Stories of family and ancestors who lived and worked in Cohoes (textile and garment workers, butchers and barbers), Waterford (canalers), Whitehall (farmers and canalers), Port Henry (iron miners and Civil War soldiers), Champlain (canalers and farmers) and other towns along the Champlain Canal in New York State with some diversions to the places they emigrated from....Quebec (landless farmers, shoemakers, sailors, soldiers), Acadia (more farmers), and even Cornwall, England (tin miners).
Northern New York American Canadian Genealogy Society    A genealogical library located in Dannemora, NY containing 5,000 volumes for researching the genealogies and familiy histories Clinton County ancestors. Books on Clinton County families, books of local church and cemetery records, many Quebec parishes, the Loiselle Marriage Index.
Troy Irish Genealogy Society    The Troy Irish Genealogy Society(TIGS) was founded September 18, 2003 by a small group of Troy
Irish descendents. Their mission is to discover, share and honor the heritage of the Troy Area Irish families through monthly meetings, their website and the participation of their members.

Results for Other European


General
Welsh-American Genealogy Society    The Welsh-American Genealogy Society was formed in 1990 in the United States to serve as a common link for Welsh genealogical researchers in the United States or anywhere throughout the Welsh world. It is located in Poultney, Vermont.

Results for Repositories & Publishers


Results for Scotland


Research
Family Search Scotland Education   
Ireland & United KingdomGenWeb Project    This site is part of the WorldGenWeb Project and is the regional resource page for research in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Rampant Scotland Genealogy Page    Here's how to research your Scottish family tree and find out who your great grandfather really was! Also listed are some examples of genealogy sites where research has already produced some impressive results. http:www.rampantscotland.com is a very interesting site with much general Scottish information.
Scots Origins    This site provides content on Scottish records including maps, links to other Scottish sites, and through its sister site, British Origins, the National Wills Index.
The Official Gateway to Scotland    A well written guide on how to get started with your Scottish genealogy.

Database
National Records of Scotland    This site is the General Register Office for Scotland (GROS) merged with the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) to become the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
Scotlands People, The official Scottish genealogy resource    Paid site but the only site for searching Scottish Genealogical records. Do as much work as possible before searching here to minimize expense. New news familysearch.org has the Scotland Baptism and Marriage records but just the index.

DNA
Scottish DNA Project    Administered by the Genealogical Studies team at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.

Society
Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society    The Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society was founded in 1977. We aim to promote the study of family history, particularly in Glasgow and the west of Scotland, covering Argyll & Bute, Ayrshire, Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, and Stirlingshire (part). A close relationship is enjoyed with the Mitchell Library and Glasgow City Archives, and we are indebted to the staff for their interest and support.
Renfrewshire Family History Society    The society exists to promote the study of Family History, based on the County of Renfrewshire encompassing Abbey Parish, Cathcart, Eaglesham, Erskine Eastwood, Greenock, Houston & Killellan Inchinnan, Inverkip, Kilbarchan, Kilmacolm, Lochwinnoch, Mearns, Neilston, Paisley, Port Glasgow and Renfrew.
Scottish Association of Family History    The Scottish Association of Family History Societies promotes and encourages the study of Scottish family history, and provides a forum for the exchange of information among members. Our membership includes all established family history societies in Scotland, as well as several national and regional bodies throughout the world.
The Scottish Genealogy Society    Features details of library holdings, online ordering of publications (census reports, monumental inscriptions, Jacobites, sasines and many more) and online resources.

History
Glesca Pals    Memories and photos of Glasgow.
Statistical Accounts    Read about your ancestors locality.

Maps
National Library of Scotland Map Images    Very useful old Ordinance Survey maps showing families and places.
Old-maps    Old-Maps is the UK's most comprehensive historical map archive comprising site centred historical maps covering England, Wales and Scotland. We provide a complete step by step picture of land use changes that have taken place from the mid-19th Century onwards, from OS County Series, OS Town Plans and post-war National Grid mapping to unique Russian Maps of UK target locations from the cold-war era.

Library
GENUKI -- UK and Ireland Genealogy    GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.
National Library of Scotland    The National Library of Scotland (NLS) has many useful journals and books with some holdings in a digital format.
The National LIbrary of Scotland, an introduction to Scottish family history    The National Library of Scotland has a wide range of genealogical resources that may interest you. These pages provide a brief overview of some of the types of material we have available.

General
National Archives of Scotland -- Guides    Contains OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue.
Talking Scot    TalkingScot has been set up as a meeting place for people with an interest in Scottish genealogy, history and culture. In the finest Scottish tradition, we extend a welcome to all, and ask you to join us. If you wish to post, then you must register as a member. If you wish merely to browse, please look around. Many of our members are acknowledged experts in their fields, and are able to offer advice and assistance. Many are newcomers, looking for a little help in their quest to trace their ancestry. And some just pop in to have a chat, and read the stories.
Visit Scotland    Published by the Scotland's National Tourism Organization but still contain a great deal of information regarding Scottish ancestry.

Results for Societies & Organizations


General
D'Addezio.com    The mission of D'Addezio.com has been to provide a quality site containing original material, and valuable links to other information on the Internet, in a well-organized manner. The site has grown gradually, keeping the quality of our information as the highest priority. In addition to the many useful links & great list of sources this site has a wealth of information on Italian genealogy.

Results for Vermont


Research
Chronicling America - The Burlington Free Press Weekly digitized    Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress
LinkPendium - Vermont Resources    This link connects you to a multitude of research materials for Vermont. From LinkPendium's home page you may access links to genealogy materials for other states, American Samoa,the Virgin Islands and a beta side for the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Linkpendium's goal is to index every genealogy, family history, family tree, surname, vital records, biography, or otherwise genealogically-related site on the Internet. It is being developed by Karen Isaacson and Brian (Wolf) Leverich, founders of the extremely popular RootsWeb genealogical community site
RootsWeb - Vermont Resources     This link will bring you to the Vermont RootsWeb page. RootsWeb is a free genealogy site that holds the largest selection of free genealogy resources available on the Web.
Vermont Genealogy    Vermont Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. While the original thought was to provide this website as a resource for finding genealogy and historical data concerning Vermont on the web, the developers have begun adding specific data to this site for your personal use.
Vermont Genealogy Resource Center     Vermont section of AccessGenealogy website. This free website is one of the largest directories of genealogy websites found online and includes Native American genealogical data.
Vermont Northeast Kingdon Genealogy    Over 400 webpages of information throughout Vermont - CEMETERIES of NE Kingdom and some entries for Quebec and Addison, Washington and Chittenden counties & miscellaneous areas; US CENSUS reports for NE Kingdom; CHURCH RECORDS for NE Kingdom & a few other counties; NEWSPAPER NOTICES (Death, Marriage, Probate) for NE Kingdom & a few other areas. Birth records are included for some areas.

Database
Cemeteries of Vermont    This website links to lists of cemeteries for Vermont counties; many of the cemeteries listed have links to tombstone transcriptions and to topographical maps. Links are also provided for Northwest New Hampshire (Coos and Grafton Counties, only) and to Cemeteries of the Eastern Townships of Quebec Canada.
Find a Grave – Cemeteries in Chittenden County    This website includes information for more than 120 cemeteries in Chittenden County. Links are provided to individual cemetery records and users are either presented with a link to view a list of interments or a search function (firstlast name) to locate information on individual graves. Some cemetery records include photos of grave markers.
Genealogy trails - Town Clerk Records 1789-1833 by Melissa Stodgell     Burlington, Vermont Town Clerk's Marriage Records
1789-1833 - Contributed by Melissa Stodgell [Source: Vermont Marriages, Vol 1, Montpelier, Burlington, Berlin, Berlington, 1903].
St Monica's Cemetery Lot Listing - Barre, VT    Alphabetical listing of those interred in the St Monica's cemetery.
Vermont Genealogy - Vermont Vital Records Information    This site contains a searchable list of Vermont vital records.
Vermont In The Civil War    A grassroots project documenting the story of the State's contributions to the war, and what happened to the participants during and after the war.
Vermont Obituary Website    This website allows you to search for and review Vermont obituaries.

Society
Genealogical Society of Vermont    Founded in 1971, the Genealogical Society of Vermont is dedicated to assisting genealogists everywhere who are researching their Vermont ancestry.
Vermont Historical Society    The Vermont Historical Society, located in Montpelier, includes exhibits and information documenting Vermont's history from the time of the Abenaki to the beginning of the 21st century. Their genealogical research library is located at the Vermont History Center in Barre.

History
Chittenden County Robertson's Lease    A history of Chittenden County, Vermont transcribed, with little editing, from the source, "The Vermont Historical Gazetteer".
Lake Champlain Place-Names    Provides information about the origin of the names of placesareas in the Lake Champlain region. In some cases some historical data is included
Rootsweb Vermont Gateway    Collection of information from a variety of sources including a HISTORY OF VERMONT and it's counties; VERMONT LORE-tales of life in Vermont, BIOGRAPHIES, IMAGES FROM THE PAST (photographs); CEMETERIES OF VERMONT-including a list of those buried; Historical BUSINESS DIRECTORIES, HALL OF RECORDS - Births, Marriages, Deaths, Burials, Pensions, Deeds, Poor House Records, Courts, and Church Records; VERMONT MAILING LISTS-to forward messages to others who are interest in the same genealogical research as you; IN SEARCH OF -section where you may post photographs of ancestors along with a question; LOOK UP VOLUNTEERS - list of those who have books and are willing to do looks up for others, etc.
VERMONT GENEALOGY. Grand Isle Gen Web, Grand Isle, VT     Genealogicaldemographic data documenting the French-Canadian migration into the Lake Champlain Islands (Grand Isle County, Vermont) in the period prior to the 1880 U.S. Census. Organized by family name.

Maps
Old Maps of Vermont - Beers 1869 etc    Old Maps is a commercial site that re-publishes historical maps. They provide some free content in the form of compressed maps that may be downloaded.
VT Boundaries and Political Divisions     Links to a page describing the physical structure of Vermont counties and towns.

Forum
Vermont Genealogy Forum - Queries and Answers     Vermont genealogy message board.

Library
Regional Educational Technology Network - SEARCH THEIR VIDEO LIBRARY using tems like French or Senecal    RETN hosts a library of video resources and provides access to the training and tools needed to create and distribute video projects.

General
Burlington City Clerk's Office    This website provides information on how to request Birth & Death certificates, Copies of Deeds, Marriage Licenses and how to submit a FOIA request for Burlington records. Under Land Records, you can access a link to land records for other towns in Vermont. Links to other departments within Burlington government are provide here as well.


Colchester Historical Society    The Colchester Historical Society is an organization dedicated to the preservation of the historical records, artifacts and key structures from Colchester’s long history. It is a non-profit organization staffed by volunteers which has restored buildings, helped to host the town’s 250th Anniversary and to compile records about its citizens’ participation in the Civil War. Its museum is open weekly from Friday-Monday, 11 am to 3 pm, except on holidays.
Genealogy Society of Vermont    Founded in 1971, the Genealogical Society of Vermont is dedicated to assisting genealogists everywhere who are researching their Vermont ancestry. The society's collections are housed in the Leahy Library at the Vermont Historical Society in Barre. GSV publishes the well-respected journal, "Vermont Genealogy", as well as a newsletter to members. It has also published numerous volumes of Vermont vital records and constantly works to preserve our state's records. VT-FCGS members should consider joining GSV as our collections complement each other nicely.
Middlebury Genealogy Research Guide    Extensive Vermont Genealogy Records dating back to the 1760s.
The Vermont Roman Catholic Diocese     Website of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington.
Vermont French-Canadian Genealogy Society    Membership organization specializing in French-Canadian genealogy, offering library and research facilities.
Vermont Middlesex Vital Records Applications and Info    The Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA)advises and guides public agencies in records and information management.

The records in the archive are primarily those createdreceived by public agencies as well as some county and municipal records spanning from the beginnings of earliest land grants in Vermont (c. 1688) up to the present. Most of the actual records however are not available digitally. See the “Find Records” section for more information. In the interests of preservation, records in the State Archives do not circulate.


Vermont State Archives & Records Administration    In addition to being Vermont's repository for all state records the Vermont Archives contains several key sets of genealogical records. These include VT's probate records & county court records which are being consolidated in Middlesex. The Archives also has town records on microfilm, the Vermont Eugenics Study with family pedigrees that incsude many Native American, French-Canadian, Irish and other minority citizens, military records and vital records.
Wikipedia Vermont Demographics    Demographic data about the state of Vermont.


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