Following is a list of resources recommended by list members:
Mail Lists and Sites
Tracy Chapman Jones Web Site
Genealogy & Links. Take a look. The links alone are worth the trip!
Chapman Family Association Home site
This is the home page for the Chapman Family Association. They also put out a Quarterly Newsletter
The list of lists! Over 30,000 links to genealogy related Internet sites.
Genealogy Resources on the Internet
This is John Fuller's comprehensive list of Mailing Lists...and much more
Ancestry Home Town
Ancestry.com is a site for genealogists that contains a collection of online genealogical records, daily columns from genealogy experts, a large collection of historical maps, numerous helps for beginners and experts and an online genealogy mall.
Online searchable databases. Genealogylinks.net consists of 950 pages of now, over 14,000 links; most of them to online surname searchable records such as ship's passenger lists, church records, cemetery transcriptions, military records and censuses for USA, UK, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Europe, Canada, Australia & New Zealand. Links are indexed by region - see left of the page.UK geneology Censuses, free search
Database To An Index Of Indiana Marriages Through 1850
The database is alphabetically arranged for both the bride and groom, county of marriage, and date. All of these are searchable fields.
Genealogical Death Indexing System, Michigan
Search for records using key pieces of information such as the decedent's name, father's last name, and year of death.
USGenWeb Census Project
The USGenWeb Census Project was started in February 1997 with the mission of transcribing all of the US Federal Censuses. The USGenWeb Census Project is a part of USGenWeb Project Archives.
Emigration-Ship Lists and Resources
A site chock full of emigration and passenger ship information.
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
A group of volunteers dedicated to putting ships’ passenger lists on-line.
The Chapman Family
Home Page of John J. Chapman, Jr. At this site, he has a page devoted to the following book by the Rev. F.W. Chapman, A.M., centering on William Chapman in particular. There are 1354 individuals and 323 families representing 214 surnames in this database. "The Chapman Family: or the Descendants of Robert Chapman, one of the First Settlers of Say-Brook, Conn.. with Genealogical Notes of William Chapman, who settled in New London, CT.; Edward Chapman, who settled at Windsor, CT; John Chapman, of Stoningotn, CT and Rev Benjamin Chapman, of Southington, CT" by Rev. F.W. Chapman, A.M.
Genealogy Software Springboard
A site created to help genealogists review genealogy programs, The listing of program evaluations are submitted by the users of the programs. The reviews list the program abilities & functions of the more widely used programs.
Software Mailing Lists Hosted by Rootsweb
If you use one of these software programs for you genealogical databases, you may find it helpful to subscribe to the mailing list.
GED2WWW is a free GEDCOM to HTML converter. Dates can be hidden for individuals that are (or may be) alive.
Computer program that helps automate the process of "cleaning" the personal information about living individuals from a GEDCOM file containing genealogical data.
Maps/Land Patents, etc.
Bureau of Land Management (Eastern States), General Land Office
Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Eastern States, General Land Office (GLO) Records Automation web site. The site provides live database and image access to more than two million Federal land title records for the Eastern Public Land States, issued between 1820 and 1908. It is source of information on the initial transfer of land titles from the Federal government to individuals.
U.S. Surname Distribution Map
This map is often helpful when trying to determine a starting point for genealogy projects.
The History Channel
Information For Genealogists. Advice and Resources for Family Historians
National Archives and Records Administration
Helpful resources for researching the military service of individual Civil War soldiers.
A source site for facts on the Internet. If it's not here, it probably doesn't exist.
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