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New and Uncategorized Links

This is an index to the new, temporarily uncategorized links submitted by visitors to the previous version of Cyndi's List.

    30 Sep 2009

    29 Sep 2009

    • Family History Journey in England

      Traces your English ancestry and heritage. You can also visit your ancestors' home town guided by a local historian. Family Tree tracing packages and family history tours available, as well as archive research, advice, and lifestory recording.

    28 Sep 2009

    26 Sep 2009

    • Genetic Designs® - A Timeless Work of Art

      Resource for DNA testing - compares DNA to over 250 different populations worldwide illustrated in a map and chromosomal bands on a digitally modified gel electrophoresis image.

    25 Sep 2009

    • Jonathan BIRD/BYRD Revolutionary War Soldier

      Jonathan Byrd was a Revolutionary War solider, born ca. 1750 in Virginia and died October 1827 in Putnam Co. IN. The family lived in Barren Co. Kentucky and Crawford Co., IN before moving to Putnam Co. Son Abraham and his family continued to live in the Putnam Co. area, while son James Luther and family moved to Iowa.

    • Sea Captain John BOYD Family History

      Research and History of Captain John BOYD's family. John BOYD was born in approximately 1775. He died in 1805 in Bucks Co. Pennsylvania and is buried in Bensalem, PA. He married Ann BESSONET. They had 2 children - John, b. 1802 in Philadelphia and Mary Ann b. in Bristol, PA in 1803. 4 generations of history, including allied family CABEEN.

    23 Sep 2009

    • Librairie Guenegaud

      Livres anciens sur la genealogie, l'heraldique, le regionalisme.

    • East Carolina Genealogy

      Hyde County North Carolina Genealogy, including MANNING, DUNN, DUNBAR, MORRIS, SQUIRES, MATTAMUSKEET, WINFIELD, SAWYER, AINSLEY, CUTRELL, JAMES, CUTRELL, NOBLES, STOWE, GIBBS, ARMSTRONG, RADCLIFF, LOWE, STOTESBURY.

    • The Royal Irish Constabulary Forum

      History and genealogical resources relating to the Royal Irish Constabulary, and other Irish police forces prior to 1922.

    22 Sep 2009

    • Genealogy Websitesgalore

      A list of new or new genealogy websites.

    • GENEALOGIE STEPANEK

      Professional genealogical research in the Czech Republic, specializing in Moravia and eastern Bohemia. Search for living relatives.

    • Southern Israelite Archive

      Digital archive of the Southern Israelite newspaper from Atlanta, Georgia (Fulton County) provided by the Digital Library of Georgia and The Bremen Museum.

    • GenRegis.com

      GenRegis is a database consisting of the transcription of baptism and/or birth, marriage and burial records of people that lived in Portugal. It has people from different places in Europe and more. It's an ongoing project so keep checking. You might find what you are looking for today!.

    21 Sep 2009

    • Queensland Genealogy

      For genealogy / family history research in Queensland, Australia, this blog gives examples of interesting, unusual or amusing items that I come across at Queensland State Archives and elsewhere in the course of my work as a professional genealogist.

    • Davidson History - Robert and Eliabeth GOCHENOUR DAVIDSON

      The Robert and Elizabeth Gochenour Davidson Families. Robert and Elizabeth left the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia and headed west with their 5 children only to have the youngest son, Issac, die in Missouri (around 1849). The family turned around and then the father Robert, died in Illinois. This left Elizabeth and her 4 children to went on to settle in Ohio. All remained there except for Harrison who went on to Nevada, California and settled in Oregon.Related families are found in: Virginia, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, California, Kentucky and others. Surnames include: ANDERSON, BALL, BOTTGER, CHILDRESS, DAVIDSON, FARMER, KING, PLUNKETT and many more.

    19 Sep 2009

    18 Sep 2009

    • WhoPassedOn

      Online Obituaries, Funeral Home directory.

    • Mo's Genealogy Postcards

      In my genealogy catagory I am making available postally used pre 1960 postcards. The postcards will have a scanned image of the recipients postal name and address and also any senders identity. I am adding new postcards EVERY DAY as I am a keen genealogist.

    17 Sep 2009

    • UK Family History

      UK Family History offer research and reporting services to the UK market and beyond. Bespoke services and fixed-price packages are available. We also specialise in enhanced report formats and family tree presentation.Initial consultations are never charged for and we offer a free world-wide call-back facility. Find us at www.ukfamilyhistory.net.

    16 Sep 2009

    • Genealogy Mysteries Solved

      Edited by David E. Irwin this blog helps newcomers to genealogy with useful advice on how to overcome roadblocks in your research with advice on search techniques and useful sites. Specializes in Great Lakes Area Research and News.

    • Ultimate Genealogy Research

      Just starting out? Then let me help you. I can perform an introductory search and get you pointed in the right direction. Would you rather have someone do the research for you? I can provide research which will include copies of documents I locate. Let me handle all your genealogy research needs.

    15 Sep 2009

    • podcastGenealogy

      The Art and Science of Genealogy. We discuss basic topics involved in genealogy research.

    • Midwest Roots

      Professional-grade research in Chicago, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin.

    • Die PRETORIUSfamilie webblad

      The home on the web for the PRETORIUS family. Covers the PRETORIUS family in South Africa as well as their origins in Europe.

    14 Sep 2009

    • Genealogy Herald

      On this site you will find information pertaining to genealogy. Enjoy reading interesting stories, poetry, genealogy news and loads of other information. Please feel free to share your stories, photos, and views.

    • Jack Percival PILLING & Anna May HAYFLINGER

      Ancestors and descendants of Jack PILLING of Peterborough Ontario Canada and Anna HAYFLINGER of Amsterdam New York; also including the family names DEXTER, GRUTTADARO, HÖFLINGER, MARTIN, MCGOVERN, MOWRY.

    13 Sep 2009

    12 Sep 2009

    • People Finder

      If you are trying to track down a long lost loved one, you obviously know the persons name and it�s easy- rather it makes the task of tracking down the person an easier one. You could employ different methods of tracking down a person whose name you know.

    • Free Newspaper Archives from the Midwest

      Search free newspaper archives from 15 midwest states, from Colorado to Wisconsin. These archives extend back hundreds of years, and are a gold mine of family history information.

    11 Sep 2009

    • Newspaper Archives 'Special Collections'

      This Special Collections site covers free newspaper archives on topical areas, including: slavery, abolition, various wars, rural America, the labor movement, and so on. A terrific resource for general history, as well as genealogical research.

    10 Sep 2009

    09 Sep 2009

    • Newspaper Archives from the Wild West

      There are a lot of free newspaper archives from the Western states, if you know where to look. These are fantastic resources for searching for cowboy and settler (and even Indian) family roots in the Western US.

    07 Sep 2009

    06 Sep 2009

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    02 Sep 2009

    • ENGLISHFAMILYHISTORYRESEARCH

      Hints, tips and findings from a professional researcher specialising in the English counties of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.

    • Heir Hunters Association

      Help and advice for Heir Hunters with the tracing of beneficiaries who are due inheritances under intestate estates - UK, Europe and Worldwide.

    • Free Newspaper Archives in the NorthEast US

      This is a great collection of free newspaper archives that can be accessed online. The focus is states in the northeast, from Maryland up to New Hampshire, with NJ, NY, PA, MA in between (nothing from Maine, I'm afraid). Coverage is mostly 19th and 20th century, with a few papers going back to the Revolutionary War era. Well worth a look.

    01 Sep 2009

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