Publisher Ray Wilson email@example.com Date Septomber, 2006
Here are some new sites I have discovered this past month.
Hope some of them will prove useful to you.
http://www.fototagger.com/products/desktop/examples/familyFotoTagger image annotation tool for annotating family photosFotoTagger is a free software tool that enables you to annotate family photos.=~=~=~=http://www.18thmass.com/blogTouch the Elbow - Blogging the Civil WarFrom the authors of 'The Civil War Research Guide' - Stackpole Books, comes ablog dedicated to researching the Civil War, along with news and events and ourthoughts on each.=~=~=~=Prison RecordsHistorical and current prison records from every state in US.=~=~=~=http://www.1914-1918.net/The Long, Long TrailA resource for military historians, genealogists and others with an interest in theGreat War of 1914-1918.==~=~=~=http://www.la-cemeteries.com/Louisiana CemeteriesLa-Cemeteries© presents this unique one stop resource of more than 3100 Louisiana cemeteries. The most comprehensive data available for 32 of Louisiana's parishes ispresented in an engaging format.==~=~=~=http://www.tourjee.net/HUGUENOTS-TOURJEE/TOURGEEarrived in NO.Kingstown,RI in 1686 wereburned out-fled and returned where many descendants remain today.=~=~=~http://www.gameo.org/Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia OnlineMennonite family names, biographies, and historical articles for Mennonite and related groups.=~=~=~=http://www.myhometown-schools.co.uk/My Home Town SchoolsMy Home Town Schools, helping you to locate and contact your old school, college and university friends.=~=~=~=http://pahistoryblog.blogspot.com/Pennsylvania History & Genealogy BlogHistory, Articles, Old Photographs, and other items of genealogy interest.=~=~=~=http://genpals2003.favos.nl/Norwegian LinksLinks from Norway and a lot of information.=~=~=~=http://dutch.favos.nl/German LinksAll kinds of info and Links from Germany.=~=~=~=http://www.olypen.com/tinkers/12thMassRgt/Default.htm12th Massachusetts (Phinney's/Brewer's Regiment) American Revolutionary War12th Massachusetts – also known as Phinney’s Regiment, or Samuel Brewer’sRegiment. The regiment was recruited out of Massachusetts Colonists living in whatis now Maine. Efforts to recreate a complete regimental muster list, share information,and research tips is the goal of this site.=~=~=~=http://www.familychest.co.uk/FamilyChestFamilyChest is a FREE searchable database of 1000s of original historical familyand property deeds from UK and WALES that will help with research into family andhouse history. Original manuscripts for sale as well as transcriptions.=~=~=~=http://www.fifteenthkentucky.com/The Fifteenth Kentucky Infantry (U.S.)Civil War regiment drawn from Louisville and the counties south and east. Siteincludes a complete roster with sufficient data -- dates of birth/death and parentage -- forresearchers, in many cases, to identify their family members. Many descendants have discovered their relatives' service here.=~=~=~=http://fayettecocemeteries.org/Fayette County Cemetery TrustFayette County, Lexington, Kentucky, USA. Most of the Surnames in Fayettecounty between settlement and present time.=~=~=~=http://www.lexingtonillinois.org/fort/Lexington Genealogical & Historical Society, Lexington, IllinoisLocated in McLean County, Illinois, this site covers McLean, Livingston,Woodford and Ford counties in Illinois.=~=~=~=http://www.mddelgenealogy.com/Maryland and Delaware Genealogy.comMembership based. Contains abstracts of Delaware and Maryland Records. Newrecords are added frequently. Clicking 'Documents on this site' will tell what isuploaded to site.=~=~=~=http://www.libraryireland.com/ScotchIrish/Ohio1.phpThe Scotch-Irish in OhioAn historic account of the Influence of the Ulster and Scottish settlers in Ohio, takenfrom the Proceedings of the Scotch-Irish Congress, in Pittsburgh, PA., 1890.=~=~=~=http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/chicagotribune/advancedsearch.htmlChicago Tribune archivesChicago Tribune archives from 1854 to present.=~=~=~=The Scotch-Irish of PennsylvaniaAn account of the early Scotch-Irish settlers in Pennsylvania, mentioning many of the prominent people and families of Ulster and Scots origin in the state.
http://web.telia.com/~u30013698/Swedish GenealogyThis page is all about Swedish genealogy for the English as well as Swedish speaking audience. Sweden has a population of 9 million people today but during the 19th centuryabout half of the population emigrated, mainly to the US, especially around the lake area but they also travelled to other locations around the world. If you have Swedish ancestors and are interested in Swedish genealogy, perhaps this site can help with your family treeand tracing your roots.=~=~=~=http://genealogy-guide.org.uk/Genealogy guide.A useful guide for those interested in tracing their family trees!.=~=~=~=http://www.feliixplace.com/genealogylists/firstfleet.htmlThe First Fleet Discussion List HomepageA mailing list for anyone who has an interest in genealogy or history regarding ancestors who came to New England on the First Fleet, their lives, why they came here, theirancestors and descendants wherever they may be, as well as those who married into these families. The First Fleet includes that group of ships known as The Winthrop Fleet including the ships: the Arbella, the Ambrose, the Jewel, the Talbot, the Charles, the Mayflower (not the Pilgrim's Mayflower), the William and Francis, the Hopewell, the Whale, the Success, and the Trial. Also included are certain other early ships thatbecame part of 'The Great Migration'.=~=~=~=http://www.thecolumbuslibrary.org/genealogy.htmlColumbus Public Library Genealogy DepartmentThe Genealogy and Local History Department serves as the Chattahoochee Valley area’s primary repository for genealogical and historical research materials. Genealogy andlocal history reference services and materials are located on the second floor of the Columbus Public Library. Visitors searching their ancestry in Georgia or one of the states of the American Southeast will find the Library's Genealogy Department to be of valuable assistance.The Department provides the beginning and experienced researcher with a broad and well-rounded collection of research materials.=~=~=~=http://columbuspublic-genealogy.blogspot.com/Columbus Public Library Genealogy BlogNews, notes, events and recent additions from the Columbus Public LibraryGenealogy & Local History Department.=~=~=~=http://www.genealogyimagesofhistory.com/GENEALOGY IMAGES OF HISTORYA massive website of individuals whose picture were published in the news of the day.=~=~=~=http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com/july2006.htmTITLE: RESEARCHING YOUR CIVIL WAR ANCESTORSDESCRIPTION: Where and how to research yourCivil War ancestors. Addresses to write to, websites to visit.=~=~=~=http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/WIArchivesArchival Resources in Wisconsin: Descriptive Finding AidsThe Archival Resources in Wisconsin: Descriptive Finding Aids presents archival finding aids prepared and contributed by the following institutions: The University of Wisconsin Archives and Records Management Service, University of Wisconsin Memorial LibraryDepartment of Special Collections, Wisconsin Historical Society, and the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures. These finding aids describe unpublished primary resources held in institutions throughout the Midwest. They serve as the primary access point for more detailed research information found in archival and manuscript repositories. In general, archival collections can include a variety of materials such as correspondence, diaries, maps, government records, film, photographs, and audio.=~=~=~=http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/marriages/minnesota/minnesota.htmMinnesota Marriage(US-Minnesota, websites at Rootsweb) Contains marriages in Minnesota.=~=~=~=http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/obits/mn/obitsmn.htmMinnesota Obituaries(US-Minnesota, websites at Rootsweb) Contains Obituaries from Minnesota.=~=~=~=http://www.mvgenealogy.org/Mount Vernon Genealogical SocietyThe Mount Vernon Genealogical Society was organized in 1991. The society is locatednear Alexandria, VA. The society was established to encourage persons interested inthe pursuit of their ancestral heritage throughout the world and to promote fellowship aswell as cooperation among its members. The society provides instruction in the use ofgenealogical research, methodology, and adherence to standards of accuracy and thoroughness in research. The society provides a forum for the sharing of knowledgegained by individual members in their own research. The society collects, preserves, and disseminates genealogical information.=~=~=~=http://people.mnhs.org/bciMinnesota Birth Certificates IndexSearchable index of Minnesota birth records offered by the Minnesota Historical Society.=~=~=~=http://people.mnhs.org/dciMinnesota Death Certificates IndexSearchable index of Minnesota death records offered by the Minnesota Historical Society.=~=~=~=