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Finding Our Roots

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Free Look Up Sites
Genealogy's Most Wanted
Help in Locating your "Most Wanted" missing links.
Genie Angels
A central place to locate a volunteer who lives in an area of interest and an "Angel" who is willing to help you obtain a document from the courthouse, historical archives, library, newspaper article, tombstone photo etc.
Genealogy Helplist
This site consists of volunteers willing to help others by looking up specific items at institutions near them, or help supply other information easily accessible to them.
Free Census Look Ups
A list of volunteers willing to do census look ups. Please follow the directions carefully. If you have access to census records, consider volunteering.
Ancestral Findings: Free Genealogy Lookups

African-American History and Genealogical Sites
Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society
Afrigeneas: African Ancestored Genealogy
From Africa to the Americas...a must see site for those researching African American Ancestors
North American Slave Narratives
African American Census
Helping the African Ancestored Climb the 1870 "Brick Wall"
Ex-Slave Narratives
The National Lists
This site contains the names of African American lynching victims in the U.S. from 1865-1965.
Buffalo Soldiers-America's Unsung Heroes
The Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Calvary, the Tuskegee Airmen, and other distinguished soldiers of African American heritage.
Images of African Americans from the 19th Century
A Selection of Visual Resources
Freemens Bureau Online
Online transcriptions of the records of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and abandoned lands.
Afro-Americ@: Black Resistance
Slavery in the United States. Compiled ny Carolyn L. Bennett Ph.D.
Enslaved and Free African Americans in 1850
This site gives the name of the state along with the free African American, enslaved, and white populations

General Research Sites
10,000-Year Calendar
With this calendar you can view each month or year calendar for any year 1 to 1000 A.D. All leap years and calendar changes are accounted for. For the experts: You now have the choice of when the calendar changed from Julian to Gregorian, October of 1582 or September of 1752.
SK Publications
You can buy CDs of original census records 1790-1920. Review the different purchasing options
Heritage Quest Source Documents
Several people have bought CDs from this company and have been very pleased. You can order US Census records 1790-1920. They also have Military records, ship passenger lists, Special collections and other county records.
Deciphering Old Handwriting
Not only have our words and their meanings changed throughout the years, the way we form the letters have too. This on-line tutorial will help you understand old records better.
Vital Records Information: United States
This page contains information about where to obtain vital records (such as birth, death & marraige certificates and divorce decrees) from each state, territory and county of the United States.
Genealogy Records Service and More
Retracing the Trails of Your Ancestors Using Deed Records: An Article.
National Archives and Records Administration
National Genealogical Society
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site Home Page
Relationship Chart
Society Hill
A Directory of Historical & Genealogical Society Addresses & Links
The USGenWeb Project-Home Page
This site provides links to websites for genealogical research in every county and every state in the United States.

Florida Sites of Genealogical Interest
1900 Jackson County, Florida Census Online
The 1900 Jackson County, Florida census is being transcribed by Carlos Owens. Carlos is reserving all rights to this material. This site will give you an index of names included in the census along with a link to see the transcribed census information for that individual. Be sure to visit this site often as more names from this census are being added almost daily. Please give this site a few minutes to load.
Washington County Florida Cemeteries
This site contains links to cemeteries in Washington County. Each link gives information on that cemetery (directions to get there, who is buried there etc.)
Washington County, Florida, GenWeb Project Web Site
Making World Wide connections...lots of info on Washington County with links to the US GenWeb project and the World GenWeb Project too.
Florida Vital Records
This page contains information about where to obtain copies of Florida vital records, such as birth & death certificates, marriage licenses & devorice decrees.
Genealogy Helplist for Florida
This site consists of volunteers willing to help others by looking up specific items at institutions near them, or help supply other information easily accessible to them.
African American Genealogy in Florida
Florida Cemeteries
Cemetery Records on the Internet
The Southern Edge
Genealogy Resources at the Southern Edge: Marriage, Military, Census, Cemeteries and Miscellaneous sites.
Churches of Washington County, Florida
Churches documented as of 1942, along with creation dates if known.
Florida History and Genealogy
This site offers many links for Florida researchers such as a county selection list, maps and atlas links, Florida Newspapers Online, book links and inforamtion of Native Americans in Florida.

JOHNSON Specific Sites
Johnson Family Club
Welcome to the Home page of the Johnson Family Club -- a national family club for all descendants of Johnson - Johnston families, founded to gather and preserve family history of all Johnson - Johnston families.
Johnson Family Genealogy Forum
Part of the Genforum. Check, post and review messages pertaining to Johnson's.
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