Sites with Genealogical Source Material
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Links are currently split into general information,
and States, which can be selected from the following table:
Definitions of the State Mnemonics are available for those who are unfamiliar with the format.
- Index to
GENWEB sites. A good starting point if you have the time to
explore all US States and Counties.
USGENWEB Archives - main index page.
- SSDI -
Social Security Deaths Index (this is part of the Ancestry Inc.
Census Bureau - 90,000 names.
- 1790-1860 Census
- subsets of data.
- Civil War Soldiers
War - the most amazing collection of information on this
American Civil War home page. This could keep you occupied for
Listing Association - database contains 90 cemeteries and
6830 graves. Search can be found
- Legionville - the first training camp of the US Army (home page), including
transcriptions of the West Point
Orderly Books for 1792-1796.
- Locations for US cemeteries, churches, schools etc., by John
- U.S. National Archives - Catalogue of Passenger
Arrival and Immigration Records.
- U.S. Colored
Troops (Civil War) database main page, and currently has
- Early Marriage Records for Connecticut, Massachusetts, New
York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Dates vary but none after 1824.
Database search. Also part of Ancestry Inc pages, and you will need their main page
- Land Deed
Data Pool -- currently with some counties of Kentucky, New
York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. The files are
in MBZ compressed format - use WINZIP if you have it rather than
download GZIP from their page.
- Early New
- Loads of records for
Connecticut and New Jersey Counties including, Pre-1790 Colonial Tax, Quit Rent, Oath of Allegiance and Census Index Records.
- Pearl Harbor - list of all known casualties, civilian
and military - 117Kb.
Entries in Wills -- includes Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri,
South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
- Officer Down memorial page for those killed in the line of duty.
Look-ups - slightly different. Enables you to request a
look-up for a variety of US Census data and other bits and
States, Alabama to Kentucky
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