AfriGeneas - African Ancestored Genealogy - "AfriGeneas provides leadership, promotion and advocacy for the mutual development and use of a system of genealogy resources for researching African related ancestry."
American-French Genealogical Society - The American-French Genealogical Society, is a genealogical and historical organization dedicated to the study and preservation of the French-Canadian culture.
Ancestry Search - An Interactive Directory of over 400 Genealogy Surname Search Engines.
Archives.com - "Trace your genealogy and family tree to learn more about your family's history."
Australian Family History Compendium - Extensive collection of links concerning Australian genealogy. Includes information on Latter-Day Saints Family History Centres, coats of arms and heraldry, maps, Aboriginal (Koori) studies, and Australian libraries and archives.
BestLittleBaby.com - "BestLittleBaby.com has pregnancy resources and tons of fun ways to find the best baby name!"
Cajuns, The - site for Cajun,Acadian,Creole and Louisiana genealogy, history and culture.
Cemetery Junction - This site is about helping the genealogy community find information about their ancestors. Thousands of cemeteries listed.
Cemetery Records on the Internet - The site is a resource of burial records and links to cemetery webpages. Browse over 2.8 million cemetery records across over 54,00 cemeteries worldwide online, all searchable. Special collections included veterans cemeteries and cemeteries flooded by dams.
Censuslinks - Resources to help with your genealogy research with a database of 7102 links and 2955 categories.
Ellis Island Passenger Lists - Between 1892 and 1924 over 22 million passengers and members of ships' crews came through Ellis Island and the Port of New York. Now you can research passenger records from ships that brought the immigrants - even see the original manifests with passengers' names.
Genealogy.com - "Genealogy.com is a source for family history buffs to find genealogical research originally posted in GenForum and our most popular genealogy articles. Start a search or browse below to start digging into your family's past!"
National Obituary Archive - This site offers a repository of obituaries and death records with more than 56 million individual entries on file.
Obituarieshelp.org - Access newspaper obituaries and discover your genealogy online. Discover obituary resources like old newspaper obituaries archives and Download free genealogy forms and printable family tree charts.
Obituary Daily Times - Search for over 4 million obituary death dates (full-text obits not included) from nearly 2,000 publications around the United States. Entries typically include name, age, city of residence, source of obit, and death date.
Online Searchable Death Indexes & Records - This website gathers together links to online death indexes by state and county. Included are death indexes, obituary indexes, probate indexes and cemetery & burial listings.
Popular Baby Names - The Social Security Admin. publishes popular baby names as new data become available. In the top 1000 names per decade list, names are limited to births in the U.S.A. Unless stated otherwise, all other lists are from all Social Security applications, whether the birth occurred in the U.S. or elsewhere. Children born to U.S. military personnel, diplomats, tourists, and citizens working overseas are included as long as a Social Security number application is made.
ROOTS-L Home Page - Information on genealogical resources found at U.S. archives and libraries, including the Library of Congress. Includes Revolutionary War and other military records, as well as state by state genealogical resources.
Relationship Terms - Sometimes, especially when working on your family history, it's handy to know how to describe your family relationships more exactly. This site helps you understand lesser known relationship terms such as 'second cousin' and 'first cousin, once removed.'
Researching Your Roots - Researching your roots can be a lifelong project. With so many records and resources, it's not easy to find a starting point. While every family history follows a different path, there are general guidelines that every beginner should know. The site summaries these guidelines.
Rootsweb - The website of the genealogical data co-operative offers several different services to the genealogical community, including web-page hosting, search indexes and registries. This site tries to offer links to actual information, not just links to links.the British royal family, American presidents, and other notables. Includes a database and information on doing genealogical research on the Internet.
Surname Distribution Maps - "Sometimes it is possible to guess where a surname originated through surname distribution maps. These maps graphically display locations where surnames occurred at different periods in time."
SurnameWeb - The Genealogy Web Portal - The largest surname site on the web, search from over 1 BILLION persons! Now featuring 70,000 links to over 32,000 surnames; and over 2,200 one-name studies.
UK + Ireland Genealogy - Comprehensive site covering genealogy and family history in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Includes an introduction to genealogy, information on getting started, hints for working from outside the U.K., a calendar of events, and continually growing databases organized by country, county, parish, and district.
Vital Records - This site contains information about where to obtain vital records such as birth, death & marriage certificates and divorce decrees from each state, territory and county of the United States.
Where to Write for Vital Records - The links on this National Center for Health Statistics site provide you with direct access to individual State and territory information. To use this valuable tool, you must first determine the State or area where the birth, death, marriage, or divorce occurred, then click on that State or area.
WorldGenWeb Project, The - "The goal of the WorldGenWeb Project is to have every country in the world represented by an online website and hosted by researchers who either live in their own country or who are familiar with their country's resources."