is a Country Web Site in the CaribbeanGenWeb
Region of the WorldGenWeb
Project. This collection of sites is run by volunteers. TriniGenweb's
purpose is to provide a resource for sharing information related
to Trinidad and Tobago genealogical research. The key to this effort
being successful is your participation.
If you are new
to this site, we ask that you first visit our FAQ page, followed
by the History, Comings
& Goings, and Research
pages. You will find alot of background information in those areas
that may answer many of your initial questions. Your next step should
be to review the Message
Boards for information that may pertain to you. Search options
are available, or you can simply read the postings. Once you have
determined that the information you need has not yet been discussed,
please post a query. We advise that you choose the option that will
notify you when a response has been made to your post.
Getting around the site is easy. The top and bottom of every page
has links to the main sections of the site. Clicking on the TriniGenWeb
logo on the top of the page will take you directly back to the Home
Page. Many pages have a navigation bar on the left side
of the page to point you to related links, and help you get around
inside of a section.
- is a section detailing resources that are available to the genealogist.
- contains transcriptions of original records performed by other
researchers and submitted to CaribbeanGenWeb.
Boards - Rootsweb has provided message boards to post your
queries and information about your ancestors for others to use.
- Here you can find links to surname resources on the Web, as well
as a list of personal genealogy sites related to Trinidad families.
Information History - Learn about the
development of the islands, including it's social, economic, and
and Goings - Like other countries in the Americas, the history
of Trinidad & Tobago is tied up with waves of migration, both
into and out of the islands. Check out these pages to see when,
why, and how your ancestors came and went.
Contributions are not only welcome, but encouraged, needed,
and sincerely appreciated. Any historical information
that you may have that contains a list of names may be valuable
to someone, or maybe you know where to find a resource in your area.
This page was last updated
Friday, 04-Apr-2008 07:10:52 MDT