Publisher Ray Wilson email@example.com Date November, 2005
Here are some new sites I have discovered this past month.
Hope some of them will prove useful to you.
Some of the Castle Garden records are on line.
This is the fore-runner of Ellis Island.
Just put "Castle Garden" in a Google search to find it. get a whole page
Or Click Here: http://www.castlegarden.org
Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky
Cherokee Nation since the 1800's.
Beyond the Index-Michael John Neill--Rural Cemetery Excursions
This how-to article discusses visiting rural cemeteries along with some
suggestions for preparing for your trip.
Free People Search - person locater
Free People Search is your online directory to free locating services.
New York City’s Vital Records: The City Registry Act of 1853
In 1853, an act requiring a registry of births, marriages and deaths was passed by the New York State Legislature. It applied only to New York City; other areas, it was deemed, could not afford the higher pay and penalties. The New York Times advised doctors and clergymen and others assisting with either marriages or births to “study up their duties” and avoid penalties.
"Lost" Texas Death Certificates
The State of Texas required its county offices to begin registering deaths in 1903, filing the record at the county courthouse and submitting a duplicate to the State. Most genealogists are unaware that the Department of Health also has a small number of death certificates that predate the 1903 registration.
Thomas' Legion Cherokee North Carolina
Thomas' Legion (69th Regiment) of Parker's of Jackson County, Western North
Carolina in the Civil War, emphasis; Cherokee and Thomas' Legion.
Photographs and transcriptions of Utah Gravestones.
Indiana Genealogical Society--Society Management Seminar
The Indiana Genealogical Society holds an annual seminar geared towards all those involved in the operation of a genealogical or historical society. There are lectures on topics related to society management, as well as opportunities to network. Members of IGS chapters are admitted free.
A presentation about the Civil War Prison Andersonville/Camp Sumter as given by
Kevin Frey to the American Civil War History chat on AOL..
US State History Timelines
Provides a chronological timeline of important events and daes in the history of each of the fifty (50) U.S. State. Includes links to official state symbols, emblems, mascots, etc.
Howard County Marriage Licenses
Over 38,000 marriages between 1860 and 1939 performed in Howard County, Maryland. Most Bride and Grooms came from Baltimore City with others from elsewhere in Maryland and adjecent states.
How to Create a Timeline in Excel
Create a historical timeline using the Excel Timeline Template.
Lost Photos of the Gogebic Range
100+ studio photos from the Gogebic Range of Michigan & Wisconsin. These are
quality photos in studio folders . they are unidentified. Families may view and claim them.
American Civil War History
American Civil War History Home Page. 1861-1865. Battles of Antietam, Manassas
(Bull Run), Chancellorsville, Chickamauga, Fort Donelson, Gettysburg,Shiloh, Spotsylvania,
Stone's River, The Wilderness. General Lee, General Grant. and much more.
Old Frontier Recipe Collection.
Collection of old wood cook stove Recipes.
Origin and Meaning of Common Irish Surnames
An overview of the history of Gaelic, Norman, English, Viking, Huguenot and Palatine surnames found in Ireland, with an A-Z.
Italian Jewish Genealogy
Resources, Archives, History, Documents, Databases on Italian Jewish Genealogy.
Clark County Cemeteries in Clark County, Washington, USA will be featuring
gravestone photos, obituaries and burial information for the "residents" of many of our
cemeteries. Located in SW Washington state, Clark County has many small cemeteries - and several
very large ones. A free site and is a work in progress so come back often! It's a project by
volunteers of the Clark County Genealogical Society in Vancouver, WA. All cemeteries in our
county will be linked from this main site.