- Knapp Notes – A blog for the descendants of Franz Adam Knapp, a German farmer who settled in Portage County, Ohio in 1831. He is the immigrant ancestor of the U.S. branch of the Knapp clan in northeast Ohio.
- Creque forum (Ancestry.com)
- Phillippi forum (Ancestry.com)
- Schwitzgebel forum (Ancestry.com)
- Wiemer forum (Ancestry.com)
- America Writes Home: Old Style Handwriting, Printers' Ligatures, Etc. A nifty resource for information you might find useful when deciphering olde documents.
- Black Forest Genealogy pages.
- Combs &c. Historical & Genealogical Research Resources.
- Dallas Public Library catalogue search.
- Family History Technology Laboratory
- Genealogy.net - Diverse information and tools for German genealogy research, in German and English.
- Those of us with a genealogical interest in the Saarland will find a wealth of information at Genealogie im Saarland. This is a German language site, but English speakers will find that they can navigate reasonably well using Google's translation.
- Latin Genealogical Word List at FamilySearch.
- LEO's German<->English dictionary
- National Archives
- University of Kentucky Vital Statistics database
- U.S. Census Bureau
- Roots Surname List name finder
- Spring Grove Cemetery (Cincinnati, Ohio) burial records
- The SurnameWeb
- SwissGen - Swiss Genealogy on the Internet
- Virtual Tourist - Europe
- Heimatverein Bexbach (Bexbach Local History Association) home pages. The association was created 1964. Its members occupy themselves with local history and geography and genealogy in Bexbach, Saarland and its surrounding areas. At present the association has approximately 200 members from all 6 sections of Bexbach.
- Ohio GenWeb
- Stark County, Ohio, UsGenWeb
- Ohio Historical Society
- Associated with the Heimatverein Bexbach is Harald Reviol, who has provided some interesting and useful materials on his own nicely-executed web site. Harald's site is entirely in German, but with a bit of help from Google's language tools, even a monolingual oaf like me can get the gist.
- Steve Wood's Genealogy Home Page
- Webpages by Stephen P. Morse. A jump-off page to links for various handy genealogy tidbits and tools.
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