Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites T

T is for 

TheArmChairGenealogist
www.thearmchairgenealogist.com
"RootsFinder is a free new family tree that makes family history easy to research and easy to share. We bring power tools to today’s genealogists. RootsFinder was established in 2014"
@LynnPal

Twitter
Check these records in the area of your research. They have kept amazing records throughout the years. These were a tremendous help with my Quebec research.
Check out at least these twitter groups.
@GenChat     [Every other Friday at 7:00pm MST]
@AncestryHour   [Every Tuesday at 12:00 MST  7:00pm Europe]




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Websites change. These are correct as of 2019.

Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites S

S is for 

Scotlands People
www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk
Free Search of Complete Birth, Death, Marriage & Census Records. Free Index Search. Original Images. Official Copies. Search By Name. Highlights: You Can Search Government Records And Archives, Official Scottish Government Site.
Advanced people search· Search our maps and plans collection · Discover Scotland and its history· Order official certificates and copies.
@RootsFinderApp

Ship Records
Search ship records where your ancestors migrated.



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Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites R

R is for 

RootsFinder
www.rootsfinder.com
"RootsFinder is a free new family tree that makes family history easy to research and easy to share. We bring power tools to today’s genealogists. RootsFinder was established in 2014"
@RootsFinderApp

RootsMagic
www.rootsmagic.com
"Software to Unite Families
"At RootsMagic, we create a variety of easy-to-use software products to help you unite past, present, and future generations."
@RootsMagic

RootsTech
www.rootstech.org
Annual conference in Salt Lake City. If you can't attend, check out live and taped sessions on their website.
@RootsTechConf

Relative Race
https://www.byutv.org/relativerace
BYU TV show. Think Genealogical version of Amazing Race.
@RelativeRace

Roman Catholic Records
Check these records in the area of your research. They have kept amazing records throughout the years. These were a tremendous help with my Quebec research.




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Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites Q

Q is for 

Quaker Information Center
www.quakerinfo.org/resources/genealogy
Explanation of and links to records to help you research Quaker family members.






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Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites P

P is for 

Patriot Genealogy
patriotgenealogy.com
Honoring Little-Known, Long-Forgotten Stories of heroic Military Service
@DaveGoerss

Penny Allen
ukcdngenealogy.blogspot.co.uk
🍁Locating unique #cdnfamhis resources for #genealogists. Interests: #oralhistory, architecture, #trekkie, Egyptology, attaxicharity
@PennysResearch

Polish Roots
www.polishroots.com/
"PolishRoots covers all areas that were historically part of the Polish Commonwealth, from the 16th through the 18th centuries, throughout the years of partitions by Prussia, Russia, and Austria, through its rebirth in 1918, subsequent domination during World War II and post-War occupation, to its present freedom and struggle for independence through the latter 20th Century.

We also promote Polonia, areas of Polish presence throughout the world regardless of ethnicity, religion, or political views. We cover everything Polish whether you have ancestry there for 500+ years, or you shop at a Polish deli down the street. We place no limitations!"

Pension Records
Search for pension records in the country you are researching.

Photos
Collect, scan and label.

Pinterest
Links to websites with help with genealogy, maps, records, etc.

Personal Ancestral File [PAF]
Old free software used for storing your family tree. Has been replaced by several other software companies.



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Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites O

O is for 

Olive Tree Genealogy
OliveTreeGenealogy.com
"Are you hunting for your American or Canadian ancestors? Search for your family and immigrant ancestors! Free searchable genealogy transcriptions are at your fingertips. Adding another branch to your family tree has never been easier."
@LorineMS

Obituaries
Don't forget to search for Obituaries in your area of research.



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Blogging A to Z: Genealogical Websites N

 N is for 

National Institute for Genealogical Studies
www.genealogicalstudies.com
"Genealogical research is a satisfying pastime for the family historian and a rewarding occupation for the professional genealogist. To support the needs of both amateur family historians and aspiring professional genealogists for reliable and comprehensive education we have designed a series of courses (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Electives) leading to various Certificates in Genealogical Studies with specialization in various countries.

"The National Institute for Genealogical Studies provides web-based courses for both family historians and professional genealogists."
@GeneaStudies

National Genealogical Society (NGS)
www.ngsgenealogy.org
"The National Genealogical Society (frequently referred to as NGS) is here to help individuals learn about their family history.  We are a non-profit organization headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia.  For the past 115 years, we have been the leader in the field in teaching genealogical research skills and providing a pathway to scholarly work. Ready to get started?  Take a look at our skill-building boxes on the homepage for advice and tips, or go to our learning center to enroll in a online course, check out our books and publications, register for a research trip or come to our annual conference.
@ngsgenealogy



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