Genealogy reference sites are invaluable for anyone building their family trees and there are certainly a good few out there. All of the sites below have been reviewed to help you make your decision that much easier. But, you might just find that you'll want to visit all of them. Take a look around and remember to check back as they are often updated. Search Reference sites, Cemeteries, Celebrity Cemeteries and Latter Day Saints sites.
Family History Search and Probate Research Services - Census Searches Ltd is a family history, international probate and genealogical research service which has been formed by genealogists who have the knowledge and expertise gained from over twenty five years of working from records in this highly specialised field.
America's First Families Genealogy Society - - online genealogy society dedicated to honour our 1600's American Colonial Ancestors. A basic website but click away and you'll find full web pages and lots of historic information.
Librarians Serving Genealogists (LSG) - resources for genealogy librarians on the subjects of collection development and preservation, information literacy, education, and reference sources.
Roseau County Museum & Interpretive Center - dedicated to preserving and conserving the history and heritage of Roseau County through displays, artifacts, letters, newspapers, official records, etc.. Specialising in genealogical research.
Mayrand Family Association: Genealogy Articles and Databases - This site has a description of the meanings and brief history of names around the world, with focus on Mayrand family. It chronicles more than 11,000 families from 1102 through hundreds of years in North
Cemeteries - A good addition to the free genealogy site and expanding every day as cemeteries become an increasingly popular addition to the genealogy hobby and family history lifestlye. Get even more information on your ancestors by searching the sites below and start to add in even more work to those free family tree templages you can find here.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission - provides personal and service details and places of commemoration for the 1.7 million members of the Commonwealth forces who died in the First and Second World Wars.
Ghostwalker - presents a tour of the historical cemeteries of Colorado.
Celebrities Cemeteries - Genealolgy has become more and more popular as a hobby and I hope that free genealogy has helped you in some way. To add a fun section to the site you can now look up information on celebrities cemeteries so when you get stuck on that family history clue take a break a check out the recommended sites below.
Pat's Presidential Places - features pictures of the gravesites of U.S. Presidents, Vice Presidents, presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls, and New York State Governors.
Find A Grave - alphabetical and geographical listing of the final resting places of celebrities and not-so-famous people around the world.
Cemetery of Rock - graves, gravesites, tombstones, memorials, tributes, and death locations of dead rock stars.
Famous Graves - focuses on France, Austria, Spain, and other European countries.
Famous Resting Places - photographs of the graves of Chopin, Shakespeare, Darwin, Churchill and Hawthorne.
Epitaphs - NEW! Yes you've guessed it. From cemetries to epitaphs free genealogy is all about those new and exciting branches of the genealogy hobby that are popping up all over the place (much like our family trees). Take a look at the sites below as they are great to read through and might introduce a few more ideas about your own family history hunting.
Kohima Epitaph - history of the Kohima Epitaph, the inscription on the Kohima War Memorial in India, honouring World War II soldiers who died there. The epitaph has since been used on war and veteran's memorials around the world.
Plan Your Epitaph Day - holiday dedicated to the proposition that a forgettable gravestone is a fate worse than death. Browse famous and unique epitaphs and get inspiration for your own memorial.
Rosebud's Epitaphs - one collector's selection of favourite epitaphs collected from tombs and monuments acorss the U.S.
Victorian Epitaphs - excerpts from an 1873 collection of poems deemed suitable for epitaphs and tombstone inscriptions. From Victorian Halloween.
Wikiquote: Epitaphs - lists unusual, inspiring, or wry epitaphs and headstone inscriptions from the graves of famous historical figures. From Wikiquote.
Census Records - A constant core to any genealogist and a favorite of free genealogy so check back often for even more free genealogy cencus record reference sites.
Church of Jesus Christ of The Latter-Day Saints Family History Centres - We've all heard of the Latter day sites and their dedication to the family history sector is never under question. Check these great free genealogy sites from the Latter day saints below.
Family Search - search the Family History Library's database, which contains millions of names; a project of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.