Genealogy information available on the internet is growing daily! It is possible to find 1,000's of sites with a wealth
of information. Beginners can utilize this valuable genealogy
The internet can be used in so many ways in your research. Searching
databases is only one part of research on the internet. There are many other
valuable resources available as well.
Some sites provide historical information, others have records such as census, birth, marriage and death
records. You can find leads to books and other materials available to help
with your research. We have included a few helpful books and various genealogy
software programs on the bottom of this page that you might find
You can contact other researchers, libraries, and resources in other parts of
the country and the world. The wonderful part is that this body of
information is growing and changing every day. When you find a
site with helpful information, be sure to bookmark the site so you can return
later to check for new additions and other changes.
Check out all the other resources and links listed on our
page that can help in your research.
It is possible to locate volunteers who will do free
genealogy look ups for you in
books and other offline resources they have. Volunteering to perform
lookups is still another way to find researchers with interests similar to
yours. On our volunteers page, you
can find GeneaSearch.com visitors who have volunteered to do
lookups. We also provide links to other
sites with lookup volunteers listed. When you are ready, you might
want to volunteer to do lookups yourself.
To find links to free online
forms, guides, publications, calendar conversion tools, translation tools, and
many other useful tools that will help organize your research, be sure to
pay a visit to Collection of Free Genealogy
Tools on 1-Stop Free Shop.
There are many sites where you can post queries about your ancestors.
You can also view queries posted by other researchers. This is an
excellent source for finding other researchers for your line. Queries
can be posted on GeneaSearch:
Post and view queries about female ancestors.
Queries Registry features queries
for surnames you are researching.
We highly recommend email lists to share information with other
researchers. There are regional as well as surname lists available.
Through email lists, you can connect with others researching your surname or the
area in which your ancestors lived. You can also connect with others
researching your ancestral line. These lists are one of the best sources
of sharing genealogy information and tips on the internet.
Mailing Lists can help you find email lists to join.
The links below lead to sites with information that will help you get started with
genealogy and research on the internet. If you are a beginner, be sure to check our
other links pages for information that can help you.
Our General page has links to some
of the best all-around resources to help you.
for Ancestors Use these search tools to do free searches on
Genealogy help for newbies, family researchers, genealogists and
professionals with searchable databases, a free membership, surname
trackers, and email newsletter.
Ancestors Resources to help find your female ancestors.
Family Tree Searcher
Genealogy: Advice for Effective Searches
Free Genealogy Search Help for Google
Tips and Guidelines for Beginners Offering a list of Genealogy
Tips and Guidelines for Beginners on How to Begin the Research on your
Family Roots. Tips include everything you need to find your family
information from conducting a family interview to purchasing genealogy