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My Favorite Web Sites

Just click on the URL address, and I will automatically take you to the web-page.

Search Engines Search for your long lost relatives (dead or alive) using a search engine... Search more than one, though. None of them has ALL the information available on the internet.

Genealogical Resource Sites

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Over 25,000 Links, categorized and cross referenced, in over 70 categories
Most Wanted
List your hard to find relatives here or help other relatives find theirs in your database!
National Genealogical Association
Family Treemaker
A software support site, but also has many easily searchable databases and personal webpages filled with genealogical information
Virginia Genealogy
NOT to be confused with any genealogical society pages, this page is a great resource for links on Virginia facts, and information.
Roots Web
MANY searchable databases online
US Geological Survey Maps
Searchable database of maps to display online. Often slow, but usually well worth the wait.
Charlotte's Web Genealogical Dictionary
Everton's Genealogical Helper
Family History Information/How Do I Begin?
Genealogy Resources on the Internet
Helm's Genealogy Toolbox - Introduction
GenWeb Database Index
Mailing Lists
RAND Genealogy Club
RAND Employees with a common hobby... Genealogy.
Roots Surname List Name Finder
The Quaker Corner
RootsWeb Genealogical Data Cooperative
Vital Records Information

Genealogical Societies' Sites

Federation of Genealogical Societies
Many links to other societies' webpages

Historical Sites

Assoc. for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities
The Jamestown Rediscovery Archealogical Project
Local historical pages for the Williamsburg/Yorktown/Jamestown colonial areas.
Fortress Dixie
An extremely informative site by Ron Holland, with many links and rings for the true Southerner who is interested in defending Southern heritage & promoting an honest Southern history.
Museum of the Confederacy
The Civil War in Miniature
A detailed, factual, and well organized site... full of information for the Civil War buff and novice, alike.
The Civil War Clip Art Gallery
A great source for Civil War clip art for others to use on their page. Wonderful uses of graphics and color.
THE FORD BOYS IN THE FLOWER OF LEE'S ARMY - A History of the 18th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment
This site is dedicated to a Southern family and their part in service with he 18th Georgia Regiment of Volunteer Infantry, Co. K. The sacrifices of two brothers and a father.
Sharps Carbine
This site has fantastic information concerning weaponry of the Civil War as well as the 13th and 27th New York Infantry Regiments. Theo Rojo has done a fantastic job here and provides the historic researcher with a lot of info and links to even more.

Friends' Homepages

Family Homepages

Chesapeake Bay Cousins
Jon Strickland's Homepage - Contains a lot of historical data on Virginia and Maryland
Colonial Crossroads
Tim Strickland's Homepage - Contains a lot of great information for the Genealogists and has been an example for my own web page.
Molly McButter
Molly Strickland's Homepage - Contains a lot of good information about my niece and her hobbies. A cute site for others to visit.
Irish Eyes
Christopher Strickland's Homepage - Contains a lot of good information about my nephew and his hobbies. A great start!
Family Tree of Bunns, Spencer, and Smith
Melanie Capps' Homepage - This cousin has done an awful lot of work in documenting the family and has provided us with a lot of photos of the Smith family ancestors. Great Job and Great Site!
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