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I have visited and enjoyed all the homepages here. Hope you can find just the thing you are looking for.
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Geno's Bookmarks for Oldtimers

Lesley's Family Tree A really nice and easy to navigate site. You can find 1850 cencus for some counties in Texas and some in Mississippi online. She has some cemetary, church, marriage, birth and death records online for you. You can also search her family history and surnames online. Good site.

Murphy's Public House Murphy's Public House is dedicated to providing a solid genealogy on the Irish and German families from the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County and the State of Ohio. With a special welcome to Irish rovers, you'll always have a good seat at Murphy's Public House. Begin at the Bar to meet the owner and pick up the latest histories on Irish and German families and great stories of Ohio genealogy....more..

Gross-Steinberg Family Tree A Jewish Genealogy site with information for everyone. This site has links to anything that crosses your mind in Genealogy. Links to Research Charts, Jewish Databases, Societies, Ocean Liner Reference Charts, some selected info on LDS sources, a Jewish Web Ring and much , much more. and, of course, it has the surnames to search and interesting family history. This is a very interesting and useful site.

Surnames of Kentucky Lots of links to Kentucky Families and a place for you to add yours too. You can also put your page in the running for an award. More...

Donna's Family TreeThis is Donna's page with her surnames, family history and links to check out. She is also the World GenWeb County Volunteer for two counties in Ireland and Argyll and Pentshire Counties in Scotland so you'll want to check out those pages too if you are looking for Irish or Scottish ancestors.

Pete's All American HomepagePete has neat looking page with the history of the American Flag, some Central Penslyvaina history and genealogy, Civil War battles and regimental histories and much more that is very interesting.

The Coyle & Stephenson Homepage This family homepage has a different page of information for each surname and 6 pages of the 1850 Bath County, Kentucky census that you can search online for your Kentucky ancestors. There are links to try too.

Wm. David Smith's Cullman County, Alabama GenWeb Page David has a well organized, easy to navigate page with a lot of Alabama researching links and a special researcher's page for Cullman County. Check out David's own family surnames while you are there.

Anglo, Swiss Genealogy Swiss site with a family tree containing over 6,300 individuals, mostly Swiss, some Anglo. This site also contains some information about the Swiss to US emmigration .Also can be read in French. Good site.

Suzan Cook's Page This is a great page for all you Illinois researchers. Suzan has the History of the Civil War Infantry Volunteers plus the roster of the men serving in the 18th , Company B. She also has some information on old cemetaries and much more. Plus some surnames to surf.

SalmonFamily Genealogy This is a great site and it is great looking too. Lots to do here and some very good links. A must see.

WOOD WORLD Mike has a lot to offer for folks researching "Wood/Wood" surnames. Query board, lookups, help with your web page and some great links to some good "cop stories". Too much else to mention here. Great looking well organized page too.

Hudson Family, Limestone County, AlabamaI enjoyed this site very much,it is beautiful to look at and has lots to do. My favorite part was the well written personal stories of some of the family members during the Civil War. This site is worth a visit anytime

The Gore Family Connection If you have even one Gore in your family tree, I hope you will share with me. It doesn't matter if you spell yours Gore, Goar, Goare, Goore or otherwise! A group of dedicated Gore researchers are attempting to gather all our elusive cousins and ancestors in order to provide a central location to aid in finding your branch of the family. A new project is the formation of a Gore (et al) database for census records in a central location for ease in research. Do we have your missing link? Joyce not only found me some cousins, she found me a whole tree!

Rose's Genealogy Place. There are over 2500 indivuals in her surname index. There is also the Home pages for the Mace Family and also the Carstarphen Family Worldwide. She also has a Native American Genealogy home page for the People of the Three Fires. Not to mention over 400 links to other genealogical sites.

Irene's Genealogy Web Page Irene has a real pretty page with a lot of content. Post your surnames and use the query boards for your genealogy questions. All her links are in categories for easy surfing. My favorite is her list of links to sites having a bulletin board for us to post on>

Shaking the Family TreeEllen Lewin's page has surnames to check and a place to post yours. New and improved site with a whole lot of new information to peruse.

Galin and Fadra's Genealogy Castle has lots of links arranged alphabeticaly. Includes some cool things with search engines. Gives you some ideas..

Noxubee County Mississippi There's a lot of searchable information online here and some great volunteers to do lookups for you. They found all kinds of information for me. One of the best of the GenWeb sites.

Cindy's Southern Genealogy Cindy has the best links for Southern Genealogist on the net. Very easy to navigate. She has a lot of links to sites with a searchable online census. Also she has over 50 she has found so far and.... This page has too much to list here. Check it out!

Genealogical Journeys in Time-Here you can find some Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows Collection. check this out.

Southern Families/Surnames/Homepages This is another one of Cindy Brock's great Southern pages.
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