A website for those whose ancestors came from Angus & Dundee in Scotland. Includes links to local research resources and tips for planning a visit to the area to walk in the footsteps of your ancestors.
During the 1740s, many Indian people in southern New England converted to Christianity, especially members of Algonkian-speaking tribes including the Mohegan, Pequot, Narragansett, Montauk, Tunxis, Wangunk, and Niantic.
Celebrating Chamness Roots: 1650-2007. Authored by Sue Hardwig, Celebrating Chamness Roots 1650-2007, is the first definitive story of the Chamness family and its descendants. The direct descendants of Anthony Chamness and Sarah Cole are provided with an indexed link to present-day Chamness family members (a great tool for enthusiasts looking for Cane Creek Quaker families beginning at Snow Camp, NC).
Whether you're doing local history research or your family genealogy, ChicagoAncestors is the spot for finding and sharing information about Chicago. Interested in historic Chicago neighborhoods, churches, buildings or events? Start your search here. From the Newberry Library.
Genealogy Blog covering my research on multiple family lines. BRAUN, EVANS, MALCOLM, MORAN, DOTSON, WOLHRAB, HALL, KLEIN, LOUCKS, WRIGHT in Washington, Summit, Trumbull, Cuyahoga & Jefferson Co., Ohio; Pleasants & Brooke Co., West Virginia and Saginaw Co., Michigan, etc.
North Barnesboro Cemetery, Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Partial Listing. This data was transcribed from original Death Records. If data is missing, it was missing from the original records. These dates range from 1950 to 2003.
We are a research service located in Northern Virginia that specializes in family history and genealogy research in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. We have conducted research through millions of records located within the Library of Congress, National Archives, Daughters of the American Revolution Library, state, county, and Historical & Genealogical Societies throughout Virginia, Maryland, Ohio and Pennsylvania. We also have conducted research through various organizations in Germany, the Isle of Man, the United Kingdom, Denmark and Ireland. We will work with you one-on-one to ensure your family history research is accurate, properly sourced and documented.
Detailed website about the people coming from Montalto Uffugo in Cosenza Province, Calabria, Italy. Immigration to US, Argentina and more. Passenger records, birth, marriage and death records for the town of Montalto Uffugo. Some of the surnames include NAPOLITANO, GARRAFA, ARTURI, ZINGONE, LO FEUDO, CHIMENTI, DE SETA, AIELLO, NICASTRO, and many more. Not just a personal genealogy site but includes all descendants of Montalto Uffugo. State Civil records are available here.
Welcome to Oaks to Acorns, my collection of genealogical information on the NEWMAN family and some of the related lines: ANDERSON, BRITT, CONNER, FITZGERALD, GIBBS, HEATH, RAY, SCAFF, SHIVER, STATHAM and SUTTON. Geographically, these family lines range from Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia to England, Ireland and possibly Holland.
Showcasing the Polish settlers of Parisville, Michigan. Which was the first Polish settlement in the U.S.: Panna Maria, Texas, or Parisville, Michigan? That is a thorny question because their founding was almost simultaneous.
Pioneer stories from the HICKS, MOORE, GEORGE, LABRUM, WHEELER, WALKER, THOMAS, LLOYD, PEARSE, ANDERSON and NILSSON lines. Includes their conversion and travels from Ireland, Canada, England, Wales, Sweden and New Zealand to Salt Lake City, Spanish Fork, and Bear River City, spanning from the early 1800s to the early 1900s, by wagon, handcart, ship and railroad.
This is a search into the family background of William MARTIN, a postman from Derry City, N. Ireland who was born in 1857, in St Johnston, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland and his wife Bridget (MCSHEFFREY). Details are included of his wife's family and the families of his children and their relatives - particularly the CAREYs, MCKEAGUEs MCKENNAs and O'NEILLs of County Antrim and the REIDs and BOYLEs of County Derry N. Ireland. A similar site can be obtained by googling 'Postman Bill'.
The online transcript of the SWITZER-MERRILL Family History compiled by Grace & Louis SWITZER in the late 1960s. You can follow their grand-daughter's quest to document its claims. Surnames include SWITZER, MERRILL, EASTIN, TODD, PAINE, BELDING, BRYAN and more.
Library & archive of one of the four historic Inns of Court in London. A private library open to researchers by appointment. The library is happy to answer genealogical & other enquiries from the public about past members of the Inn.
Library of one of the four historic Inns of Court in London. See their Archive which holds records dating from 1505 which include records relating to the admission, education and call to the bar of members. See also the link 'The Inns Of Court and Inns of Chancery & their Records' for further description of their holdings. An online searchable database of Inner Temple admissions from 1547 to 1850 is available.
Dedicated to the small Polish community who settled in the city of Calumet. We each have ancestors who left the parishes of Bnin and/or Rogalinek outside of Poznan and settled in Calumet. We have transcriptions, photos, and sample records online. We will be adding additional records and a database or two as time permits. If you have Polish ancestors that lived in Calumet for any length of time, please consider contributing a photo, document or story to the blog. Its fun, easy and free.
Early nineteenth century unpublished records for Scotland provide insight and details about our ancestors. Some records for the parish of Urr in Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland have been published: voters list, 1834; militia lists, 1802 1808; horsetax, 1797.
This website was created to provide FREE genealogical information for the entire state of VA all on the same page by year. So you don't have to know which county your ancestor was living in to look for them. This is a slow process of data entering.