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We are always seeking additional links to provide an easy launch for our members and guests. It would be desirable to provide the path to GCGS Member's websites also. Please contact your webmaster with any suggested links.

Akron Library - Corolyn Vigneulle advises that it's a place to go to request death records be sent for 5 cents a copy.

Cleveland District Round Table - The Cleveland District Round Table is a discussion group of the leadership of the genealogical societies in the five-county district which includes Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, and Medina. It meets twice a year, May and October to exchange information on the happenings within their organizations. Some of the groups represented at these meetings, in addition to the Ohio Genealogical Society chapters, include religious, nationality, ethnic, locality, and computer interest groups. All are welcome to attend.

Cleveland Public Library: The Cleveland Public Library has some online resources that can be very helpful. One is the Cleveland News index. From this index, you can search by subject and find the date an obit was published in one of the local papers between certain years.

Computer Assisted Genealogy Group, better known as CAGG, where Genealogy research is the basic idea, but with a slant from the technological side.

Cuyahoga County Genealogy and History: This is an independent site that contains different items. Cemetery transcriptions, 1930 census transcriptions, yearbook transcriptions, and a multitude of other items. Check it out!

Cuyahoga County GenWeb: The Cuyahoga County GenWeb page is an informational showing different available resources online for the Cuyahoga County area. Included is a brief listing of local funeral homes, queries and a registration of Surnames.

Cuyahoga County Public Library: This link is to the main Cuyahoga County Library. The Fairview Park Regional Library is a part of this library. Fairview has an extensive genealogical department which is hoping to soon have a site of its own. An informational page can be visited here:

Deaf Person's Biographies:

Dick's Favorite Links: Dick Rose's Favorite Links to places he likes to go to.

Eastman's Site - One of Carolyn's favorite sites

Fairview Park Regional Library.

First American Jewish Families: Here you can find 600 genealogies, 1654-1988 - Carolyn Vigneulle's favorite has different information available for free or $35.00 yearly.

Greater Cleveland Genealogical Society - Yahoo Group site - This is an exclusive - Members Only group.

Lorain County GenWeb: The Lorain County GenWeb site is also a place if local information for the Lorain County area. Included are dates for the Lorain County Genealogical Society meetings along with many other items of interest.

Ohio 1900 Census: This is where to find our very own work on Cuyahoga County Census. This is the listing for the entire state, but you can find the links to what has been uploaded here! (We still need more help. For information on how to help send a message to Ken Stafford (Click Here) You can also find the transcriptions at: Ohio Archives Census.

Ohio Genealogical Society: The Ohio Genealogical Society has lots of information on the state, helpful to many of researchers who have many generations here in the Ohio area.

Rootsweb - All of the features available FREE are linked to this site.

USGenWeb: This is the starting point for all of the GenWeb sites available. There is a table that will take you to the different state sites, most of which have county links to give you information on all the areas in each state. Along with this, add the special projects.

Washington State Vital Records:

Western Reserve Historical Society: The Western Reserve Historical Society has a wealth of information on the area. There are the soundex for many of the federal census, local city directories on microfilm, marriage records, death index, not to mention many nationality newspapers on microfilm. There are some church records on microfilm and lots more information.




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