- *Access Genealogy: An enormous directory of links to online genealogy resources.
- *Antenati: Italian birth, marriage, and death records organized by province, town, and year.
- *Atlas of Historical County Boundaries (U.S.): Your ancestor's records may be hiding in the next county. Use this tool to find out.
- *Castle Garden: People didn't arrive at Ellis Island only.
- Chronicling America: Access to select digitized newspapers from 1789–1924.
- Cyndi's List: The mother of all genealogy resources.
- Ellis Island: Search ship manifests throughout the history of Ellis Island.
- Family Search: Manage your tree, view digitized files, and order microfilm records to view.
- Family Tree Analyzer: Free software gives you tremendous insight into your tree. Currently up to version 220.127.116.11.
- Family Tree Magazine: Genealogy forms, blogs, articles, and more.
- *Federal Census Forms: These blank forms from the U.S. National Archives make it easier for you to understand the information captured on each Federal census.
- French Genealogical Words: Use these lists to help you understand records written in French.
- Fulton History: Search more than 37 million historical newspapers.
- German Genealogical Words: Use these lists to help you understand records written in German.
- Google Genealogy Book Search: Access to free genealogy books.
- Italian Genealogical Group: Excellent source of New York City vital records, and much more.
- Italian Genealogical Words: Use these lists to help you understand records written in Italian.
- Italian occupations and their English translation: 875 job names. A few have question marks because I can't find a translation.
- Latin Genealogical Words: Use these lists to help you understand records written in Latin. This is common in church records.
- Legacy Family Tree Webinars: Free webinars complete with handouts and other resources.
- National Archives of Ireland: Search the 1901 and 1911 census and browse other collections.
- Research Guides: Free from Ancestry.com covering many topics.
- *RootsWeb: This site seemed doomed, but it's back. Owned by Ancestry.com, this is a free resource for family trees, message boards, Ancestry's wiki, and more.
- *State Census Forms: These blank census forms can help you better understand what information was captured on the state-level censuses. Note: These forms were posted on a website that no longer exists (free-genealogy-forms.com). They are available only through the Internet Archive WayBack Machine. I've downloaded and bundled them together in a zip file.
- State Death Indexes: Searchable death indexes and records by state.
- Stephen P. Morse: Tools to help you find your family in censuses and vital records.
Free Genealogy Resources
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However, as to date only Turkish citizens can search the database, a citizenship number is required.
By any chance do you have any Czech resources?ReplyDelete
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