Find the final resting place of more than 20,000 notable persons who were either buried or cremated in the United States. Source: Spencer, Thomas E. Where They're Buried. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2001.
As our name implies, this site is dedicated to celebrity census records! Whether the person was born a celebrity or was an ancestor of someone who would later achieve noteriety, they're name is sitting on a census schedule somewhere — just waiting to be found. We've collected nearly 1,000 entries to date and are working on a format to share them online for your education and enjoyment.
Contains links to GED files of family trees of fictional characters such as Harry Potter; famous families, like the Wedgewood/Darwins; famous companies, like Apple Computer; religious systems like the Bible; and royalty, like the famous Royal92 file.
In researching the roots of actresses Elizabeth MONTGOMERY and Carolyn JONES, genealogist James Pylant found published sources with inaccurate information about the names of their immediate family members. In this episode, learn to use published sources with caution. While biographical data is easily found online and in books, accuracy is not guaranteed.
Discover ancestry for the famous and infamous with an emphasis on where those people roamed. Links to online sources included, with subscriber-only links into HistoryGeo.com maps. Will also include how-to articles for HistoryGeo.com subscribers.
Famous individuals, past and present - Jon Hamm, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Joe Biden, the Obamas, Annie Moore, Martha Stewart, Josh Groban, Pink, Jon Stewart, sailors on the USS Monitor, etc. Articles by Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak.
The Researching the Family Legend Legacy QuickGuide™ by Cari A. Taplin contains useful information including types of family legends, how family legends develop, common record sets used to verify or debunk family legends and more. This handy 4-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.