NewsletterRay Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org February, 2008
Here are some new sites I have discovered this
Hope some of them will prove useful to you.
Learn to do effective genealogy internet searches with the Easy Google Genealogy Searcher. Can't remember all the Google tricks you've heard for genealogy searching? Want to learn some things you probably had no idea Google could do? The Easy Google Genealogy Searcher puts advanced Google features on one page with suggested keywords and advice about how each feature is useful for genealogy searches. Learn the many possibilities Google offers for genealogy research and become a genealogy Google expert.=~=~=~=http://script.byu.edu/IAP Script TutorialLearning Materials for Old Documents in German, Dutch, Italian,Spanish, and Portuguese.=~=~=~=http://www.douglaskeister.com/id24.htmlCemetery Architecture Mausoleums Symbolism and AcronymsDouglas Keister, the author of Stories in Stone featureshundreds offunerary symbols acronyms and mausoleums.=~=~=~=http://www.familytraits.co.uk/northumberland_parish_index.htmlNorthumberland Parish IndexIndex of Parishes in the English county of Northumberland. A guide tohelp understand what records are available.==~=~=~=http://genealogybiography.comGenealogy BiographyCollection of free online biographies to help find yourancestors inbiographies of famous and ordinary folks!.==~=~=~=http://www.wvcpaweb.orgWest Virginia Cemetery Preservation Association, Inc.WVCPA is dedicated to the documentation and preservation of historicfamily cemeteries in West Virginia, providing online resources to thefamily researcher and local historian towards accomplishing those goals.They maintain an extensive online database of cemetery readings andtombstone photos from across the state, all done on a volunteer basisand provided free of charge to the online research community.=~=~=~http://content.sos.state.ga.us/cdm4/gadeaths.phpGeorgia Death Certificates, 1919-1927Index of Georgia death certificates with links to digital images.=~=~=~=http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspxVital Research Records Search Selection...West Virginia Birth, Death, and Marriage certificates on-line. Users cansearch the records and view scanned images of the original records.=~=~=~=http://www.glosters.org.uk/Soldiers of GloucestershireThis site has a searchable on line database of over 40,000 names ofthose who served in the Gloucestershire Regiment during the FirstWorld War.=~=~=~=http://www.deathindexes.com/ohio/hamilton-cincinnati.htmlOnline Cincinnati & Hamilton County, Ohio Death Records,Indexes & ObituariesDirectory of some online indexes for cemeteries, obituaries and probaterecords. Also includes ordering information for Ohio death certificates.=~=~=~=http://genealogia.fi/emi/emi3d20r1e.htmDeath Certificates of Finns in King County, Washington, 1892-1947For the period August 2, 1891, to May 29, 1907. Contains over 20,000records providing the name of deceased, date of death, age, gender, placeof birth & place of death. Those individuals whose birthplace is listed asFinland are included in this compilation.=~=~=~=http://www.royal-westies-assn.caThe Royal Westminster RegimentThe Royal Westminster Regiment Association web site. Contains historicalinformation on the local New Westminster, British Columbia, Canadaregiment and includes name list for World War 2.=~=~=~=http://automatedgenealogy.com/index.htmlAutomated GenealogyAutomated Genealogy is an indexing project of Canadian Censuses.The site allows for free searches to the 1851/52,1901,1906 &1911 censuses as well as the ability to link individuals to variousother sites. An extremely useful free index that also allows theoriginal to be viewed as well. Transcription and linking is ongoing.=~=~=~=http://www.geniesource.comGENIESOURCEGenealogical Research Center offering affiliate supply sources and URLresearch sites.=~=~=~=http://newfamilyhistory.googlepages.com/homenewFamilyHistory Whats new in Family HistoryOnline Resources for Family History. Pages for England, all England Counties, Massachusetts, Utah, Draper, Norway, and Family History Consultants.Provides training links for FH consultants.=~=~=~=NewFamilyHistoryEngland Online resources for Family History in EnglandProvides online links to Family History sites for England and all its Counties.Bedfordshire Berkshire Buckinghamshire Cambridgeshire Cheshire CornwallCumberland Derbyshire Devonshire Dorsetshire Durham Essex GloucestershireHampshire Herefordshire Hertfordshire Huntingdonshire Kent LancashireLeicestershire Lincolnshire London Middlesex Monmouthshire NorfolkNorthamptonshire Northumberland Nottinghamshire Oxfordshire RutlandShropshire Somersetshire Staffordshire Suffolk Surrey Sussex WarwickshireWestmoreland Wiltshire Worcestershire Yorkshire=~=~=~=http://genealogyhelpandhints.com/Genealogy Help & Hints by Kathy Jones-KristofHelp for all levels of genealogy researchers and how to find real facts foryour family file with verifiable sources.=~=~=~=http://www.neam.org/lafescweb/le_roster.htmlMember Roster - Lafayette Flying CorpsList of volunteer American pilots in the French Air Service other thanthose serving in the Lafayette Escadrille (N.124).After the Lafayette Escadrille had its full number of pilots, theService A?©ronautique assigned later American volunteers to othersquadrons. Wishing to recognize their volunteer status & their beingAmerican, these airmen were designated as members of the LafayetteFlying Corps. The Corps was not a single unified squadron, but ratherAmerican volunteers serving throughout the Service A?©ronautique.=~=~=~=http://www.achart.ca/york/index.htmlDuke of York's Royal Military SchoolChelsea, London, England. History of the British Army's military school inChelsea including online census records regarding the School and admissionledger CD-ROM for sale.=~=~=~=http://www.achart.ca/hibernian/index.htmlRoyal Hibernian Military SchoolThe Royal Hibernian Military School (1769 ?– 1924), Phoenix Park,Dublin, was originally the Hibernian Asylum created by theHibernian Society, a philanthropic organization founded in Dublin in1769 following the Seven Years War. The Society petitioned the King fora charter, which was granted. The Society?’s aim was to help the orphanedchildren of soldiers who fell during the war, its services later beingextended to the destitute families of soldiers leaving Ireland foroverseas service. Includes a Roll of Honour from the First World War.=~=~=~=