Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet. The only link you really need. It's the largest site of genealogy links on the Internet. If you can't find it here, it probably doesn't exist. But go here and your family may never see you again. : D
Adoption Network An information resource which includes FAQs, Publications, Agencies, Exchanges and Photo Listings, Birth parents, Adoptees, Parents International, Legal Resources, Quick Stats, Organizations, Additional Sources, Events, Social Sciences, links to Other Sites
AfriGeneas Mailing list focused on genealogy research and general resources on African ancestry with links to many related sites.
Ancestral File - LDS And IGI, etc. The on-line database of the LDS/Mormon church.
Ancestry This genealogical service, home of The Source, has a huge database, research services, books, and encourages your GEDCOM submissions.
Civil War, Index of Information available on the Internet A massive page of links to every conceivable Civil War web site, including genealogy, documents, museums, re-enactments, history, etc.
DAR - National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution Membership requirements as well as information regarding their on-going historical and genealogical preservation.
Everton's Genealogical Helper Their popular bimonthly publication containing thousands of queries and genealogical books is celebrating its 50th year. They also have a gigantic searchable database at http://www.everton.com/ and sells the ever popular Handy Book For Genealogists.
The Genealogy Book Exchange A place to buy, sell & swap genealogy books.
Genealogy Helplist Volunteers who are willing to help others with specific items at institutions near them, or help with other information easily accessible to them. Every State in the U.S. plus several foreign countries listed.
Genealogy is My Hobby In addition to her own genealogy, Pam has tons of links to other sites, including many many where you can add your web sites or submit your family names.
Genealogy On-Line. Includes the Federation of Genealogical Societies, Genealogical BBS list, Gedcom library and Soundex Converter. Just type in a name, hit the convert button, and presto! a soundex code appears.
Genealogy Resources On the Internet John Fuller & Chris Gaunt's page containing the listings of all newsgroups and surname mailing lists.
Global Genealogy Lots of books, software, archival supplies, genealogy links, maps and a query page.
Heraldry Topics Everything you could possibly want to know about heraldry, including its origins, right to bear a coat of arms, meaning of a coat of arms, definitions of nobility titles, origins of knighthood, etc.
Heritage Books Lots and lots of genealogy and history books offered for sale with monthly pre-publiation discounts. If you've been doing research for awhile, you're probably on their snail-mail list and send you their catalog, but they're also here on the web!
Interlock The largest selection of out of print books anywhere. Looking for an out of print book? Type in the name and author and Interlock will tell you where it's available.
Jamestowne Society An organization dedicated to the research of the earliest settlers of Jamestown, Virginia. Membership requirements listed as well as other projects and available information.
Library of Congress The BIG library in Washington, D.C. which houses historical collections, photographs, catalogs of other libraries, manuscripts, and more.
Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals Records from the National Archives.
The Mayflower This is the most complete site about the Mayflower, its passengers, genealogical information and history.
National Archives Contains all federal records, including military service records, immigrants & passenger arrivals, catalogs to the microfilms of U.S. 1790-1920 census records and much more.
Native American Genealogy. The most comprehensive site on the web for Native American genealogy. Dozens of links here to other Native American sites.
NEHGS, New England Historic Genealogical Society The oldest genealogical society in the country, this is the granddaddy of them all. A must for all New England researchers.
Notable Women Ancestors A website I created to celebrate the rich heritage of women, both genealogically and historically, from notables to pioneers and grandmothers. All contributions welcomed and encouraged.
Relationships Chart Trying to figure out what a second cousin 8 times removed is? This excellent relationships chart takes all the guesswork out of those unwieldly cousins.
Royal Genealogies Lineages of European royalty.
Sons of the American Revolution Membership requirements as well as information regarding other activities.
Surnames - What's In A Name? Hundreds of surnames with specific origins and meanings are listed here at this continually growing site. A FREE research for your surnames is also available.
The Origins of Family Names A concise, but excellent history of the development of surnames, including Ancient Names, Beginnings of Surnames, Classes of Family Names and Surnames in Amerca.
Travlang Translating Dictionaries On-line foreign language dictionaries that are FREE!
Treasure Maps - the How-to Genealogy WWW Site A great place for beginning genealogists to learn "how to do it".
United States Gen Web Project Genealogy of every county in all 50 States. This is a massive site and continually growing.
Vital Records United States State by State listings of all available vital records.
The Winthrop Society An organization dedicated to the research of the earliest settlers to the MA Bay Colony. Membership requirements listed as well as other projects and available information.
World Gen Web Project Similiar to the US Gen Web project, this covers all the countries of the world.
Reunion. Without a doubt, the best genealogical database program for Macintosh. Version 7.0 is now available and it includes web-ready pages.
Generations. Leister Pro sold the PC version of Reunion to Sierra who has taken it and added their own ideas. This genealogy database program one of the best-loved programs on the market!
Master Genealogist. One of the best for Windows or DOS, though at the high end of the pricing.
Family Origins. Moderately priced, it holds its own with the big guns.
PAF - Personal Ancestral File. Follow the menu item on the left that reads "Order Family History Resources." Developed by LDS and the first program to use GEDCOM capabilities. Available for Macintosh also.
Family Tree Maker. Some folks love it, others hate it. You decide. Available for Macintosh also....but get Reunion. : )
Brother's Keeper. Not as sophisticated as some others, but still a good little program.
Family Gathering. Available for Macintosh also.....get Reunion. : )
Ultimate Family Tree. Based on events, rather than the basic birth, death and marriage data, you can store virtually any piece of data you come across in this program.
I'd be happy to exchange family information.
Please send e-mail to Sam Behling.