If you have a website with information on your Devon family or are conducting a One-Name Study (even if you don't have a website) and would like this added to this site, then please contact me.
These pages are for researchers who have websites containing information on Devon families and also for those doing One-Name Studies (even if they don't have a website).
If you would like your website or One-Name Study surname interests added to this section, then please contact me.
Unfortunately, it is beyond the realms of Devon Gen Web to be able to keep a complete listing of everyone's Devon surname interests. However, there are already a number of places around the internet where researchers can add their surname interests to online databases or upload their family tree.
Leaving your surname interests around the internet is a great way to find others who are researching the same surnames. The following websites are places where you can do this.
For those interestest in conducting a one-name study, the following websites may be of interest:
There are also some places on the internet where you can upload your family trees, again very useful in helping researchers find others researching the same surnames and/or families.
In all places where you may upload family trees or share information with others, please remember to Respect others PRIVACY... whether your own family or those that may have been shared with you.
Some online family trees automatically set living people to private, while others such as Genes Reunited will simply add the names of living people, unless you change the tree settings. Make sure everyone has a birthdate (even if it's a calculated guess), as those without birthdates is another way that "living" people often accidentally get put online.
PLEASE BE CAREFUL otherwise not only might you land up upsetting people, but you could potentionally also put others personal identity and / or security at risk!!
While names, dates and places are not classified as copyright due to them being in the public domain. A family history report that has written content, would be classified as copyright to the author... although the names, dates and places that it contains would still be public domain.
You may also find it useful to read some of the articles at Cyndi's List on Etiquette and Ethics in genealogical research.