Kalamazoo Valley Genealogical Society
Kalamazoo Valley Genealogical Society -- Kalamazoo, MI
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For genealogists who like to write, and writers who happen to be genealogists! This blog will help you 1) Stay updated on genealogy news and resources; 2) Learn how to be a genealogist as I share from my own genealogical findings; and 3) Be informed of my recent book and article publications.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
The American-French Genealogical Society is dedicated to the study and preservation of the French-Canadian culture.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Groups & Organizations]
Crow, a Certified Genealogist, helps family history enthusiasts with practical advice so they can make more discoveries and have more fun doing it. Sign up for the newsletter to be sent to your email inbox regularly, about once a week. To sign up, go to her website and then click on the "Newsletter" link near the top of the page.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Access the world's largest online history resource.
Last Updated: 6 March 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
World′s largest resource for searchable GPS cemetery data, and is growing bigger and better every day.
Last Updated: 20 January 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Providing practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians since 1995, online since 1985. Genealogy is the study of the history of your family -- starting with you, working thru generations of ancestors and their siblings.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
News, reviews and a wealth of insightful commentary on various technologies as they relate to genealogy are the hallmark of Dick Eastman's blog, read regularly by many genealogists. A variety of helpful articles and tutorials are available to "Plus Edition" subscribers, but the majority of the content is available for free.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Family History Daily is a website where family history writers from many backgrounds come together to bring stories, help and inspiration. Usually two posts per week.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Search for a deceased ancestor in historical records to uncover vital information from their life.
Last Updated: 20 January 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
FGS links hundreds of genealogical societies across the US and helps them grow. FGS also sponsors the effort to preserve War or 1812 pensions and also manages the Stern NARA Fund which digitizes records at the National Archives. There is a national conference every year.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Groups & Organizations]
Findmypast.co.uk is a family history website, with an ever-growing collection of records that can help you find ancestors and long-lost family members. It’s an inclusive family, so we hope that both experienced historians and those just starting to build their tree will enjoy participating in our many conversations. There is a free blog at https://blog.findmypast.com/
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials or add photos, virtual flowers and a note to a loved one's memorial. Search or browse cemeteries and grave records for every-day and famous people from around the world.
Last Updated: 7 February 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Fold3 features premier collections of original military records. These records include the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served in the military. Many of the records come from the U.S. National archives, The National Archives of the U.K. and other international records.
Last Updated: 6 March 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Historical Newspapers & Articles For All 50 States. Featuring complete copies of each newspaper with 2+ billion articles. Free 30-day trial.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Lisa Louise Cooke is the owner of Genealogy Gems, a genealogy and family history multi-media company. She is Producer and Host of the Genealogy Gems Podcast.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
George G. Morgan and Drew Smith discuss genealogy on the Genealogy Guys Podcast. Each episode includes the latest news from genealogical companies and organizations, listener email, and other content on all kinds of topics that would interest every genealogist from the beginner to the expert. Genealogy Connection Podcast, an all-interview podcast, connects the listener to some of the biggest names in the genealogical community, including researchers, writers, speakers, educators, entrepreneurs, technologists, librarians, and archivists. At the end of each interview, the interviewee recommends to the listener a book, a technology tool, and a methodological tip.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Blaine Bettinger helps you add DNA to your genealogy toolkit with his insightful posts on the current and future status of genetic genealogy. His easy-to-read blog, updated almost daily, highlights various genetic testing companies and projects, current news and research, and various tips and resources for people interested in genetic genealogy testing and/or disease gene analysis.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Search through millions of cemetery records, from thousands of cemeteries, on this website.
Last Updated: 20 January 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Dedicated to helping you search for family history records for past generations. The website is now home to the historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths of the General Register Office. These records join the Indexes to the historic records of Births, Marriages and Deaths that were already available on the website.
Last Updated: 20 January 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Find your Irish ancestry with John Grenham's expert system. Includes surnames, places, ancestors, a blog, and more.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Search genealogical records of Kalamazoo County including cemeteries, vital records, school yearbooks, probate, and more.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Judy Russell, a genealogist with a law degree, helps folks understand the often arcane and even impenetrable legal concepts and terminology that are so very important when studying family history - but in understandable English.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
Linkpendium is a 10,000,000+ resource directory to everything on the Web about families worldwide and genealogically-relevant information about U.S. states and counties. It covers both free and subscription sites, with a strong emphasis upon free resources provided by libraries, other government agencies, genealogical and historical societies, and individuals.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
MGC coordinates state-wide genealogical activities including seminars and workshops; cooperates in the location, preservation, and publication of Michigan records of value to genealogists; provides names of speakers and teachers; and works with other organizations and agencies to promote improvements in genealogical facilities and the holdings of Michigan archives, libraries, museums, and record repositories.,
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Groups & Organizations]
Genealogy and family history in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Michigan, and neighbor and feeder states by Harold Henderson (a speaker at KVGS a few years ago).
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
A premier nonprofit educational society for genealogists, beginner and experienced alike, providing publications, online courses, and an annual conference.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Groups & Organizations]
One of America's leading resources for family history research, including databases, programs and tours, and scholarly publications. Some databases are available free to guests.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Groups & Organizations]
If you aren't currently interested in archiving and preserving the photos, documents and ephemera of your family's history, you will be after reading Sally's entertaining, well-written blog. She writes about archival-safe products and organizing family photos and memorabilia, with plenty of random research and preservation tips sprinkled in.
Last Updated: 13 April 2018   [Located in Category: Genealogy Blogs and Podcasts]
This is a DAR link that is excellent for research not only on Revolutionary War Service but for taxes paid during that time period.
Last Updated: 3 June 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Roots UK offers you the ability to search through the electoral roll for London in 2005; birth, marriage and death index records for England & Wales from 1837-2005; and census transcripts for selected counties from 1841-1891.
Last Updated: 6 March 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Seeking Michigan is the online platform for the Michigan Historical Center. It includes Archives of Michigan research guides and indexes, a blog, and educator resources. Its on-line digital collections include Michigan death records, 1897-1952 and Civil War records. Naturalization records are being digitized with Family Search.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
This website suggests many places to search when beginning genealogy.
Last Updated: 3 June 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
The USGenWeb Project is a group of volunteers providing free online genealogy help and information for every U.S. state and county.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]
Last Updated: 20 January 2018   [Located in Category: Groups & Organizations]
Archives and Regional History Collections supports the needs of historical and genealogical researchers. The collection includes regional history manuscripts (letters, diaries, business records, photographs), oral histories, regional government records (tax records, court records, township minutes), the largest collection of microfilmed French documents about the history of European settlement in the Great Lakes, and university archives.
Last Updated: 4 April 2018   [Located in Category: Research Websites]