OUR COLLECTION OF UPDATED GENEALOGY LINKS
General Research Links
Discover your place in history with Family Tree, an easy way to preserve your genealogy online. See what others have contributed, and share your family story. This free site is continuously being updated. They currently have the 1850-1940 census available. The site also has state census records from these states: Florida, (1885, 1935, 1945), Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Microfilms of county records are currently being digitized and records are being added on a regular basis, so this should not be considered a complete list of their assets. All records are scheduled to be completely digitized by 2025
A subscription site, but free to patrons at most Family History Centers, also most county and state libraries. Has Federal census records 1790-1940 and many state census records, including Florida for 1885, 1935, and 1945.
A free searchable database of books, including genealogies, local histories, records, etc.
Before there was Ellis Island, there was Castle Garden. This free site offers access to a database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. Over 100 million Americans can trace their ancestors to this early immigration period.
Stephen P. Morse's One-Step tools for finding immigration records, census records, ... Chicago Vital Records: Searching Cook County Genealogy in One Step
A subscription site. Has Federal census records 1790-1930, Passenger Lists, Genealogy Libray, Local histories, and more.
Search over 1 billion genealogy records to discover your family history. Research the largest digitized newspaper archive online to trace your family genealogy ...
A Genealogy.com site that provides a variety of bulletin boards (Surnames, U.S. States, Countries, Immigration, Wars, and others) where you may post inquiries and/or review other researchers' posts.
Our free, easy-to-use genealogy website features thousands of databases, research tools, and other resources to help those with Jewish ancestry research and ...
This resource can only be accessed through a library - but many libraries have subscribed to the Heritage Quest Online collection and offer it as a free resource for their members. Has Federal census records 1790-1930. Check out your local library.
This is the home page of a huge free collection of databases, family trees, mailing lists, message boards, and websites. Excellent site.
They describe themselves as "A digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form." A search of the Texts sections finds genealogies, local histories, published records sources and many other valuable genealogical documents. Like a paper library, access is free to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.
Provides access to a wide range of free volunteer created genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States.
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Obits For Life - Free
An amazing free resource for locating the final resting place of your loved ones. Also find Birth & Death dates, Spouses, Parents and Children listings. Photos of Headstone Monuments. This free site is primarily volunteer fed and claims to have registered more than 43 million graves. You can search using a variety of criteria. The information available depends largely on the volunteers providing the information and ranges from tombstone transcription to photographs of all stones in a given cemetery.
Search for your ancestors' graves using our easy search. You can access their headstone records, photos of headstones, and accurate locations of all the ...
A massive searchable index of cemeteries, in which cemeteries are listed alphabetically by state. The index also allows you to any other state from any page. Cemeteries that have been transcribed outside of Cemetery Junction often have links to transcriptions entered by volunteers not affiliated with Cemetery Junction.
The Obituary Daily Times is a daily index of published obituaries. It is free and is searchable. If you choose, you can subscribe to have entries sent to you daily,ten twice a day by emai - the index averages over 2500 entries a day. You can search the indexes' database.
Provides a comprehensive list of funeral homes, with contact information, by state and then alphabetically.
An archive of cemetery records from tens of thousands of cemeteries across the world. Search for cemetery records, browse cemeteries, and contribute your own ...
Free volunteer driven projects for transcribing tombstones in all 50 states. As with all volunteer projects, it is a bit hit or miss, but it is well worth a look.Immigration/Emigration Links
General Florida Links
FLAfrican-American Roots Project
Original material including but not limited to, cemetery transcriptions, family history narratives, photographs, documents and ephemera that is related to Florida's African-American People and their history.
Florida Cemeteries at Internment.net
Florida Department of Vital Statistics
Order Florida birth, death, and marriage records.
Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Links to historical newspapers from around Florida.
Florida Division of Historic Resources
FDHR is responsible for planning, organizing, developing, directing, coordinating, and evaluating the statewide program of historical resource preservation.
Florida GenWeb Project
Provides links to genealogy pages in Florida Counties. Each County is an individual project created and maintained by volunteers.
Florida Heritage Collection
The Florida Heritage Collection is an ongoing cooperative project of the State University System (SUS) of Florida to digitize and provide online access to materials broadly representing Florida's history, culture, arts, literature, sciences and social sciences.
Florida Historical Society
Established in 1856, the FHS is dedicated to preserving Florida's past through the collection, archival maintenance, and publication of historical documents and other materials relating to the history of Florida and its peoples.
From the Florida State Archives, this site links to several collections of historical and genealogical interest.
Florida Memory Photographic Collection
Features a searchable collection of over 167,000 digitized historic photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida.
Florida Tombstone Project
Links to cemetery surveys performed by volunteer in counties throughout Florida.
Libraries of Florida
Florida Library system site that allows you to search for and locate libraries throughout Florida.
List of Florida Counties
Wikipdedia list of Florida Counties, with dates of formation, source of the county name, and what counties, if any, they were formed from.
Spanish Land Grants
Florida land claims granted by Spain and re-filed by settlers in Florida after the transfer of the territory from Spain to the United States in 1821 in order to prove land ownership.
Florida County Links
Alachua County Clerk of Court
An excellent site with indexes of Marriage, Probate, Deed and other courthouse records - many linked to images of the original documents.
Baker County Historical Society
Provides info of genealogical and historical interest from Baker County records.
Bay County Genealogy Gateway
Maintained by the Bay County Genealogical Society, this site offers info from a large collection of Bay County records.
Broward County Genealogy
Links to resources for genealogical research in Broward County as well as cemetery records, marriage indexes, and information on founding families throughout the County.
Calhoun County Genealogy
Marriages, cemeteries, archives and more.
Collier County Genealogical Society
Lots of good links.
Collier County Library Surname Search
Collier County Public Library has indexed the surnames found in their genealogy section and this link allows you to search that index
Martin County Genealogical Society
The Martin County Genealogical Society has several searchable county resources available including: Bible Records Project Cemetery Project Civil War Project Family History Books (in their library collection) Surname Project House of Refuge Project Member Surnames Obituary Project
Pasco County Genealogical Society
Links, newspaper index, society newsletters, society blog,and service activities.
Florida Military Links
A Guide to Civil War Records at the State Archives of Florida
Identifies and describes the state, federal, and private records pertaining to Florida's Civil War era (1860-1865) housed at the State Archives of Florida.
Florida Confederate Pension Files
Provided by Florida State Archives, this database has digital images of approved and denied pension claims from 1885 to 1954. Typical files contain the original application, any supplemental applications, proof of service and residency, etc.
Florida Militia Muster Rolls, Seminole Wars
Provides digital images of transcribed muster rolls from the 2nd Seminole War: 1835 - 1842, and the 3rd Seminole War: 1856 - 1858.
World War I Service Cards
These cards provide name; age; serial number; race; place of birth; and residence; for service men and women who were either from Florida or who entered service in Florida.Genealogy Tools
Provides links to sites that provide information on the changes in the value of money over time and/or currencies.
Instruction/guidance on dating old English photographs, using many examples.
The site provides definitions or explanations of many of the common terms, including legal terms, encountered in genealogy research.
This site from Deed Mapper serves as a good reference for the various kinds of land records encountered in genealogical research.
Calculators for determing the Purchasing Power of British Pounds from 1264 to the Present.
Helps turn those "aged 58 yrs, 3 mos, 5 days" tombstone inscriptions into dates.
This CDC site provides state by state links to offices where birth,death, marriage, and divorce records may be obtained.Cemetery/Death Records.
From 1892 to 1954, over twelve million immigrants entered the United States through the portal of Ellis Island. The Ellis Island site allows the search of passenger lists from this period and displays images of the original lists.
Ancestry.com has indexed the New York Passenger Lists by ships arriving to New York from foreign ports from 1820 - 1957. Many images of actual passenger lists are available.
Provides an excellent and fascinating timeline of immigration into and migration within the United States from 1786 - 2001, along with events that caused or influenced the events.
The National Archives and Records Administrations's "Access to Archival Databases" has 4 series of passenger lists: Immigration of Russians to the United States, 1834 - 1897, Passengers Who Arrived During the Irish Famine, 1/12/1846 - 12/31/1851, Immigration of Germans to the United States, 1850 - 1897, Immigration of Italians to the United States,1855 - 1900.
USCIS maintains historical records documenting the arrival and naturalization of millions of immigrants who arrived in the United States since the late 1800s or and naturalized between 1906 and 1956. You may request a Genealogy Index Search for $20, a Copy of a File on Microfilm for $20, or a Copy of a Textual File Copy - $35.
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