The DYER Family
The DYESS Family Association
The Earls of DESMOND: Lords of the South
[The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]
The Family of Hans Laurentszen DUYTS
The History and Genealogy of the DONNELLAN Family
Irish DONNELLAN, DONELAN, DONELLAN, DONNELAN, DONLAN, etc.
The John D. DONALDSON of Melbourne, Australia, Home Page
Donaldson, Marris, Seyler, Hollywood, Helmrich, Butler, Cornell. Includes a DONALDSON one name study.
The New DUDLEY Genealogies
Everything related to the DUDLEY surname, includes a large on-line database.
The Olive Tree Genealogy: The DAMEN Family of New York
Descendants of Jan Cornelise Damen, from Bunnik, a village on the Ryn in Utrecht, and his wife Fytie/Sophia Martens. Jan and Sophia were in Long Island by 1650.
The Peter DERSLEY Family Home Page
Researching DERSLEY everywhere.
The Pilgrim Edward DOTY Society
Over the last 120 years, more than 92,000 descendants of Edward Doty have been identified.
The Society of Genealogy of DURKEE
The William DIGGS Family
Descendants of William DEGGE and Judith Haley, Louisa Co., Virginia & Anson Co., North Carolina.
The World of DAYs
Worldwide One Name Study for the surname DAY and it's variants DAYE, DEY and DEYE.
Thomas DUTTON of Newburyport
Descendants of Thomas DUTTOn of Newburyport, Massachusetts (1745-1798).
Three Generations of Northboro DAVISes 1781-1894
The book by John Davis Estabrook published in 1908 transcribed by Lynn Davis Hammond complete with index.
Walter DEAN Genealogy Network
Descendants of Walter DEAN (born 13 May 1612). Surnames include: COGAN, TIPPING, WHITE, HATHAWAY, HASKELL, SISSON, TAPPEN, CAPP, MIZER, SAFFORD, VIRGIN, GOODWIN.
Welcome to the DANBROOK Family History
Welcome To The DIMMITT's
History & genealogy of the DIMMITT, DIMMETT, DEMMITT & DIMMETTE family. Also featuring these spellings: DIMIT, DUMMETT & DUMMITT.
What The DICKENS?
DICKEN(S) and DICKIN(S).
William DUNN from Little Bray, Devon, England
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