Help, advice, associations and resources to assist you in finding out about your genealogy and family histories.
Organizes genealogical resources on the Internet into categories to help novice and professional researchers alike.
Provides advice for those who are hitting obstacles with their family tree research. Read how to transcribe source materials and analyze wills.
Family history research guide that contains links to genealogy related Web sites and search tools. Review the extensive list of surnames.
Search one of the databases available at this comprehensive genealogical resource or submit information to be added. Includes adoption links.
Provides a collection of genealogy and family links that help users investigate their heritage. Posts details about roots, lineage and surnames.
Offers online tutorials on a range of genealogy topics such as tracing immigrant origins, finding records, and using the Internet to do research.
Use this guide to find the dates of an ancestor's marriage. Covers printed and alternative sources.
Provides commonly asked questions and answers that cover the costs and process of obtaining FBI files for genealogical purposes.
Search the surname center, check out the section for beginners or consult the list of upcoming reunions. Includes a directory of newsletters.
Guide to free genealogy resources. Find free charts, software, lessons, databases, lookups, contests, form letters, translation services, clip art, and graphics.
Genealogy portal offers adoption resources, military service information and specialized resources for ethnic groups. Check out the publications.
Part of the Library of Congress, these vast resources provide genealogical research, including links to bibliographies and guides.
Provides family tree-building information, plus a monthly newsletter, cemetery and ship passenger lists and links to genealogy auctions.
Resource center features family group sites, hometown sections, chat rooms and links to genealogy Web rings. Sign-up or add a link.
Find individual state genealogy pages, as well as a beginner's guide, a list of societies and links to publications. Search for a surname.
Service supports the maintenance of one-name study Web sites and mailing lists. Find out how to register a name or check out upcoming seminars.
Features pedigree charts and family photos for the Bass, Bruce, and Warren families. Includes an extensive page of genealogy links.
Publish a family genealogy on the Internet or explore numerous historical records and matching services. Members receive additional benefits.
Concerns the genealogy behind marital relations between cousins and includes resources and links. Access the mailing list home page and more.
Peruse links to family history research resources and read about the search services offered by this genealogy reference library.
Features a resource center with tips, helpful Web sites, and success stories, plus a surname board with more than 12,000 names. Stop by the message board.
Features historic records resources for those trying to locate an obituary, birth, or marriage certificate, along with forums for discussing genealogical records.
Discuss topics relating to genealogical research in the chat room and on the message board. Post questions and peruse answers to genealogy queries.
Encyclopedia entry profiles heraldry research, family trees, research techniques, and practical uses of such knowledge.
Eclectic collection of links to genealogy tips, ships' lists, militia rolls, Palatines, loyalists in Canada, and specific geographical areas.
Learn how to harness the mighty resources of the Internet in order to research family history.
Offers tools and resources for amateur and professional genealogists. Search for a surname, find research news headlines, or join message boards.
Houston Public Library presents a guide to using Soundex for United States census records.
Free resource center claims to simplify the search process for genealogy guides. Check out the shortcuts or conduct a specialized hunt.
Genealogy guide features articles and discussions geared toward those engaged in tracing family history.
Network resource for those interested in family histories and archives. Peruse the directory map for classes, products, and research services.
Offers a worldwide directory of genealogical resources and research tools. Browse listings by country and region, consult surname lists and maps.
Research family history using the resources at this genealogy portal, or follow the links to other research sites.