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With over 7 billion genealogical records and millions of family trees from around the world, Ancestry.com advertises itself as the largest online family history resource.
findmypast offers more than 1.7 billion international family history records from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and beyond with records going back to 1200.
Formerly known as Footnote.com, Ancestry.com's acquisition of Fold3 adds to its already extensive collection of military records. Fold3 is a resource used at NARA to search their repository of military records.
GenealogyBank features a wealth of material, including modern obituaries and historical newspapers, books, pamphlets, military records, government documents and more. GenealogyBank's 5,800+ historical newspapers include letters, speeches, opinion pieces, advertisements, hometown news, photographs, illustrations and more. Of greatest use to those doing Maryland research is its collection of articles and death notices from the Baltimore Sun (1837-1922); the Baltimore American (1903-1922); Baltimore Patriot (1812-1834); Easton Gazette (1818-1879), plus short runs of many other historical Maryland newspapers; and obituaries from many community papers covering the last 15 years.
GeneaNet is a great Web site for those with French ancestors. Launched in 1996, about two million members share more than 400 million entries for free in their Online Family Trees, Archival Records, Indexes, Family Pictures and Postcards. Numerous features are available to help genealogists in their research. The site offers free basic membership, plus a subscription Club Privilege that offers many extended search features. The subscription service includes the ability to download images of original documents from extensive civil and church records in France. Many members have uploaded searchable family trees that extend from France to the USA and all parts of the world. The site accepts US members and credit cards and can be viewed in English. The original records and many members are French, so some knowledge of the language is helpful, but not necessary.
Located in Connecticut, the Godfrey Library has approximately 200,000 books and periodicals in its collection including: state and local histories, international resources, family histories, biographies, records by religious organizations, church records, funeral records, cemetery records, military records, maps, etc. The online Godfrey Scholar Program offers researchers access to a variety of databases from their home computer.
MyHeritage.com is an online service that allows members to create profiles and family sites in order to build and print their family trees, share family photos, keep in touch with family members, and research their family history with advanced research tools.
Historical newspaper images from papers across the country and in Maryland.
Welcome to ScotlandsPeople, the official Scottish genealogy resource and one of the largest online sources of original genealogical information. If you are researching UK genealogy, your Scottish ancestry or building your Scottish family tree, we have almost 80 million records to look through. From Scottish census records, Scottish wills, birth certificates and death certificates, we have a comprehensive choice of Scottish records to bring your Scotland ancestry to life. Build the complete picture of your Scottish ancestry with ScotlandsPeople.