Source List for Genealogy Research
Don B. Dale, Original Author
Cemeteries & Obits
Distinguised Ancestors & Royalty
Education & NGS Research Standards
Genealogy Computer Software
NARA, Lib of Cong., NGS
Printing & Publishing
States of Interest
WWW-Virtual Library Resources
Lessons, by Don B. Dale |
The Early Years
-- Growing up in Kansas, by Don B. Dale
- Addie Morrissey's Research
& Vital Records Page
- Cindy Howell's
Genealogy sites: 181M+
- FOR ROOTS-L
To include a message in the ROOTS-L digest-ADDRESS ABOVE . The files in
this directory are a mirror of the ROOTS-L genealog files. A file
(description included) is stored in the parent roots-l directory file.
genealog.lc-* contain booklists from the Library of Congress.
genealog.vi-* files contain information on vital records, genealogy
for each state. genealog.index contains a list of file names and sizes(no
- John Fuller's
Genealogy Resources Various Genealogy Mailing Lists
- Family Genealogy & History Internet Education Directory,m Professional worldwide humanities and social sciences mega portal
- People Search, free people search service, and also email and social network search
- Regional Genealogy and Local History Research, Local History and Genealogy Portals to the World
Genealogical Society - Home Page
- USGenWeb for all
of USA - click state on map or scroll down and
click state name
to go to the state's main page,
from there go to counties in and
around where they lived, etc.
- USIGS Memorial
- USIGS United
States Internet Genealogical Society
Society promotes free
genealogical research on the Internet
Miscellaneous Genealogy Sites
- Memorial Tribute
Post a memorial tribute to a loved one in cyberspace.
Each memorial contribution goes to a non-profit entity,
is tax deductable, and the fund provides upkeep and
maintenance of the memorial collection for generations to come.
- Gravestone Network
Graveyard U.S. Political Biography [Lawrence Kestenbaum's massive project -- unique on the WWW]
- Record lookups in the
State of VA
- Cindy's Cemeteries Link
- Memorial Day - Tombstone
- Association of Gravestone Studies
To ascertain a birth date from a tombstone: e.g.
(d. May 6, 1889, aged 71 years, 7 months, 9 days)
Use the 8870 system:Write date as 18890506(for died
1889, 05th month, 06th day)& subtract 710709
(for 71 years, 07 months, 09 days)
18890506 - 710709 = 18179797 - 8870 = 18170927
Answer: means born 1817, 09th month, 27th day
- List of
newspapers With Online Obituaries
- Obituary Daily Times - about 2,000 names added daily in 176
Note:various fields in the results table are not defined, might write
definitions of various events: SURNAME, given names (maiden name); age;
birth place > death place; newspaper code; newspaper date;
- DAR Library
- DAR Patriot
Index Lookups - Volunteer group
Monarchy - Surnames
Heraldry - Coat of Arms Search
- For me it was always interesting to track lineage and also to poke fun
at some of the history. My favorite site was always the census of early
emigrants to the US under the title of institutionalized and criminal -
it's no longer maintained so I would add one site for fun - it's the
- East Kingdom of SCA
where people become royalty and have titles (SCA stands for Society
for Creative Anachronism )
"Ask yourself what it is you want from a genealogy program?":
- Ease of data entry, number of individuals allowed at a
sorting features, duplication tracking, # of
- Report generator - book formats, generation formats,
lineage, Ahnentafel, modified register, etc.
- Genealogy Charts, circle charts, descendency, ascendency, etc.
- Gedcom import/export, ability to manage! How does it import?
- CDs of surnames,(CDs do not generally provide source data)
- Assignment of Source citations, number allowed, ease, and accuracy
- PAF compatibility, Temple submissions, RIN Numbers, LDS support
- Pictures, sound, and/or graphics accepted
- Ease of comparison to other programs, demo provided
- Cost, does a user group exist on-line, Company support
- To Request Files from
By letter, full name of the person, the file you need,
DOB, date of
death, place of birth. Send photocopy of proof of death.
This can be
ANY of the following: newspaper obituary, citation from
Who Was Who in
America, death certificate, biographical reference,
magazine article on the person, or your simple
statement that the person
was born over 110 years ago. If the latter is
the case, then the FBI
doesn't require written proof of death because
they assume anyone over
110 is probably deceased. But you'll still need
the birth date. Include
a statement that says *I agree to pay
reasonable fees associated with
this request up to $25. Please notify
me if it is expected to exceed
this amount.* Note: If an individual,
request cost = 0, as first 100 pages
received at no cost. Request
search of manual card records also if
subject lived before 1956.
Computer files, only files searched unless told
otherwise, date from
1956. They are destroying files!
MAIL LETTER TO:
Freedom of Information Act Unit
Records Resources Division
Bureau of Investigation
9th & Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20535 USA
Security Death Index
To get social security information:
obtain a copy of your relative's SS-5 form, used to get a SSN
Freedom of Information
Social Security Administration,
Annex, 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235
With a SSN is $7.00 & without= $16.00.
find: parents names; birth places/dates;
where living when
card was applied for; kind of job.
SSA-L997 (2-83) from your SS office;
fill it out, put down the
person is deceased,attach
death cert. or SSI index copy-
showing death, mail.
- Online Military Resources
Browsers - find someone
- Military Pensions
U..S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks PA
(for locating a specific veteran if you have unit assignment)
Request Military Records-All Services
National Personnel Record Center holds personnel and medical records of
deceased and retired members of all branches of Armed Forces - records
the beginning of the 20th century. Records require veteran or next of kin
Request Standard Form 180 from the National Personnel Records Center,
Page Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132.
TO OBTAIN INITIAL ISSUE OR REPLACEMENT MEDALS
Submit a letter requesting the medals. Where to write and sample
below. By Branch:
ARMY: COMMANDER, USARPC ATTN: ARPC-VSE-B 9700 PAGE
ST Louis., MO 63132-5200
AIR FORCE: AIR FORCE REFERENCE BRANCH, NATIONAL
RECORDS CENTER 9700 PAGE AVENUE, ST. LOUIS, MO 63132-5100
MARINE CORPS: & NAVY LIASON OFFICE: & COAST
ROOM 5409, 9700 PAGE AVENUE, ST. LOUIS, MO 63132-5100
LETTER FOR APPLYING FOR MEDALS:
I request that I be issued all award emblems I am entitled to. I
attached a copy of my separation document (DD 214 or equivalent) My
Security number is:___My service number was__: Date and place of
Full name, addresss and phone number: OR NEXT OF KIN As the legal
next-of-kin, I request that I be issued all award emblems that (full
name of veteran) was entitled to. A copy of the Separation document
(DD 214 or equivalent) is enclosed. Veteran's Social Security Number
Veteran's service number was: Veteran's date of death was: Veterans
and place of birth was: Full name, address and phone number:
Revolutionary War Pension Papers on microfilm file at Western
Reserve Historical Society Library, Cleveland
- Various form numbers -- may need updated:
Form 80 (Military service and pension records prior to World War
Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, and Spanish-American War);
Form 81 (Passenger Arrivals)
Form 82 (Copies of Census Records)
Form 83 (Eastern Cherokee Applications)
Form 180 (Military service records, World War I and later). (note: # of
needed, mailing address, use word "form" in Subject line.
"United States Military Records, Pension Index File, 1861-1934."
This is a listing of all the FHL film #'s for veterans who have records
kept at the U.S. archives.
A new Archives II has opened in College Park, Maryland the records
stored in Suitland MD have now been moved to Archives I in
When you request military records be sure to specify that you want
the ENTIRE file.
GIL #7 (brochure for Military Service Records)
for Military History
- Civil War
Search for civil war history
- US Civil War Center at LSU - John E.
Revolution Lists Good links to items like the David Library
- Carlisle Military History Center
- Iowa CW Site
- Kansas Soldiers 1861-65
Skyways Civil War
- Kansas 12th
- WWI Doughboy Center, Story of the American Expeditionary Forces
- Long, Long Trail: How to research a soldier of the British Army in WW1
- Great War Family Research [fee-based service]
- Great War Forum [useful for inquiries]
- Tracing An Ancestor's Service In The Great War, Western Front Association [UK website]
- Vietnam Site
- The Wall http://thewall-usa.com/
Ancestors as Homesteaders - If there's an actual Homestead
A Certificate contains actual boundary plot
United States Department of the
Bureau of Land Management
Springfield VA 22153
Telephone: (703) 440-1607
An actual application can be obtained from
National Archives Trust Fund
P. O Box 100793
Atlanta, Ga. 30384-0793
- US Govt Census office
The National Archives is a big place but can help you if you stay
focused and use the facility as it's laid out:
1)First is the website itself: 2) Go to the genealogy holdings for family
research, and pick the research tab - note different records are stored at
differnet regional locations. 3)The Index page will help you find
materials in the record database you want to search 4)To order forms for
requesting files - (see Military above) 5)NAIL National Archive
Information Locator is intended provide an index of all files
Library of Congress Access
- LOC Main Page
- Library of
Congress Web Site
Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections.
- About the Library of Congress
To reach Listings
of the family histories
You need to be using either telnet or TCP/IP TN3270
You go to the locis area:
telnet://locis.loc.gov:23/ or 18.104.22.168
gopher gets you there too:
After you're into LOCIS online searching area - you can query - ask
for family history Then you will have to use the marvel / locis type of
commands read up on these through the www address first) e.g. bowse
genealogy or browse Dale (name); use other commands - if the list
shows B06 and you want to look - the command is browse B06; other
commands could be like these:
- display sets or browse sets display # (# is line number you want)
(display #, browse #, and # all give different results) - -display item
646(646 is the family name line) If you do not have telnet or TN3270
through your ISP (internet service
provider) try the public library - most of the
larger ones and many of the smaller ones are hooked into the
Locis/Marvel system - and they use the same commands.
Here is a little sample of the kind of things to capture
when doing a search through the family histories
- for an idea of what you will be getting:
-browse family history
B01 Family group therapy//(XREF=1) B02 Family
B04 Family Health
B05 Family histories//(SUBJ=1)
B07 Family home evenings (Mormon Church)//(SUBJ=1)
B08 Family in
B09 Family in
B10 Family in iterature//(SUBJ=1)
B11 Family in mass media//(SUBJ=1) B12
Family in motion pictures//(SUBJ=1)
- To Order an image ($1.25 cost may increase) from the BLM - send a copy
of that to the National Archives and ask for the file. May get up to a
dozen pages for $6.00 eg a state (Michigan) Land Record. Land grant
records thru the Bureau of Land Management(BLM) call/write The Dept of
Interior, BLM, Eastern States,7450 Boston Blvd, Springfield, VA 22153
(203-440-1600). Online rates are expensive (apprx $2/min)IMHO but
the state CDs are very reasonable(approx $15/state).
National Genealogy Society
Insurance Company Archives: Cigna-Lesley Simon
Used to be Insur Co of No America & also Used to be Conn Mutual as
Aetna - Paul Lagewitz 860-273-0774 now Mutual of NY
Witnesses to Deeds Prior to the Civil War the first witness to a deed was
often member of husband's family and second witness was member of wife's
family; could be true of marriage/baptism certificates
Genealogy Listserv Groups
A main group to replace soc.roots, soc.genealogy.misc;
a surnames group = soc.genealogy.surnames;
a computing group = soc.genealogy.computing and
three ethno/geo groups built on existing resources a German list =
soc.genealogy.german a Jewishgen FidoNet = soc.genealogy.jewish a
- American Society
Germans from Russia:
- AHSGR mail
American Historical Society of Germans from Russia 631 D Street, Lincoln,
NE 68502-1199 USA ( Rick Rye director) Tele: 402-474-3363/Fax:
- AHSGR - Home
- AHSGR - For
Charts of German families by village:
- Master Listing of Researchers:
AHSGR LISTSERV GROUP "L-Soft list server at North Dakota HECN
To confirm the execution of your command, simply reply to the present
message and type "ok" (without the quotes)
as the text of your message. Just the word "ok" - do not retype the
command. This procedure will work with any mail program that fully
conforms to the Internet standards for electronic mail. If you receive an
error message, try sending a new message to
- GER-RUS ListServ
LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU (without using the "reply" function - this is
very important) and type "ok 48EAE8" as the text of your message.
To order GERRUS items use:
- Odessa Digital Library - 65 megabytes on Germans in Russia
- GER-RUS ListServe
of GR Research Sites on the Web
- Locate Small
- WorldGenWeb German Site
- Great Web Site
- Germans from
Russia Heritage Collection
from the Russian Crimean Peninsula
- German Genealogy
- Germans from Russia Historical Society (This more the Dakota Based
- German Genealogy NewsGroup
There are good German book sources, e.g.:
GERMAN-AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
1732-1955 HISTORY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY, by Karl J. R.
Arndt and May E. Olson,
ENDLESS STEPPE by Esther Hautzig. Some are Available by
AHSGR- Great source for annotated bibliography: books; diskettes;
- German/English Dictionary
- Old German
New regional German lists: BADEN-WURTTEMBERG (includes Hohenzollern)
page, part of the GermanGenWeb
surnames, volunteer lookups
- GER-HESSEN (all
kingdoms and provinces of Hesse) MECKLENBURG-PROV (both Schwerin and
Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz genealogy:
GER-BRANDENBURG (not a surname list, includes city of
EW-PRUSSIA (East and West Prussia including City of
GER-HANNOVER (includes cities of Bremen and Hamburg)
POMMERN GER-POSEN NORD-RHEINLAND (north of
GER-TRIER-ROOTS (so. of Prum-Bernkastel line,including
SACHSEN-SAXONY (kingdoms and provinces, including the
GER-SCHLESIEN (Silesia - NeiderSchlesien and
SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN (including the part formerly under
WESTFALEN THURINGEN (including the Reuss
Above lists cover the Germans.
To subscribe, send your message to:
Maiser@rmgate.pop.indiana.edu sub BADEN-WURTTEMBERG sub GER-HESSEN
Research in Germany is complex and requires study of methods and history.
Essentials before using records: Learn a specific area, town, city and
the ancestor came from.
Source for essentials: U.S. records = naturalization records, passenger
lists, certificates of death, marriage, birth and
death records of children of the
Remember sibling and children
record research may point to vital clue.
Germany was made up of various principalities prior to about 1870 when
Prussia began to consolidate larger areas. The history of various areas is
important as they relate to the time your ancestor left. AHSGR &
The Family History Library have many German records (FHC has
microfilms) which you can access once you know where your ancestor
was born, married, or left from in the old country. Read a couple good
books on German research and make use of the facilities of your nearest
public library with a genealogical collection and your nearest Family
- Notable Germans
from Russia German ancestry must be traceable to Russia.
1.Village or area of Russia must be included.
2. Submision must include detailed explanation of person's
3. Documentation must be included, citing the sources.
4. The name submitting person must be included. As Much of the Following
The person's date of birth, place of birth, date of
death, place of death, where buried,
name of spouse, names of parents, if they came to
America when they came, where
they lived. Notable shall mean: worthy of note,
remarkable, distinguished, prominent.
Maps and reports
What's in the LDS FHCs changes weekly. The following will help. Helen
Ullman worked as a Family History Center librarian for several years and
used the FHC for many more. LDS librarians (as opposed to non-member
librarians who are almost always experienced genealogists) are apt to be
people the local church leaders have asked to work in the library in order
to learn how to do genealogy. They do want to be helpful and they have
keys to let you in. They are eager to learn, but are at different stages
in that process. On the other hand many have a great deal of experience.
Nevertheless, each of us has our own area of expertise. The librarian
might tell you a lot about Norway but we get patrons who want to know
about Irish and French-Canadian, in which areas I am a dummy. (I, Helen
Ullman, am LDS myself)
First, ask lots of questions. The librarians need to know what they
need to know to help patrons. (Yes, that says what I mean to say:)Ask the
same question of different people. Next, browse around. I like to
tell people the FHCs have three kinds of things:
- 1. Reference materials: hard copies and microform.
The book collections vary, but each FHC should have
certain basic materials. On paper there are Resource Outlines for each
state and province of Canada and several countries and special subjects.
These cost a small amount. Browse through the shelves. Every FHC has a
collection of 200 basic reference works on microfiche. Ask the librarian
where the directory to this is. Browse through the microfiche collection.
Every time someone orders fiche it stays in the Center forever.
- 2. The Family History Library Catalog (FHLC).
The FHLC is the catalog of what is in the Salt Lake
Library. You can order microfilm and fiche (but not books) and use them in
the FHC. Browse the FHLC. See if you can find the resource outline about
how to use it. The headings in the state Resource Outlines are the same
headings that are used in the FHLC. You can search it by author/title, the
quickest way to find a specific book. Or you can search it by locality. At
the beginning of each country or state there is a list of places for which
they have material. It's an easy way to find out what political
jurisdiction a town or city falls under. - Or you can search the surname
section for material about a specific family. This is a great index to
"hidden genealogies," things on one surname buried in a genealogy of a
different family. - Or you can search by subject. Play with it. The
catalog is also on the FamilySearch computer, but it works a little
differently. You cannot search by author or title, but you can enter a
film number and identify it.
- 3. Databases on the FamilySearch computer and also on microfiche
The databases on the computer are the IGI, Ancestral
File, the Social Security death index and Korean and Vietnam War deaths,
as well as the catalog. Read the instruction manual and/or get copies of
instructions to take home. - For a real dose, read my article in the New
England Historic Genealogical Society NEXUS of December 1993. - The
databases on fiche are census indexes 1790-1850, Scottish Old - Parochial
Records and some others. Explore. - See if the FHC has a copy of a huge
book called THE LIBRARY. Provided by Helen S. Ullmann (For
Indepth instructions and tips on using FHC - review Genealogy
- UK Research
links from Virtual University
- UK Master Site
- The UK Government
Public Record Office
- The Society of
Your Family Tree, Jeanne Bunting, Society of Genealogists
- The British
Village of Tottington in Norfolk England
- Scotland Internet Service
- Scottish Birth/Marriage/Death
- Irish - UK Listserv group GENUKI-L. Gatewayed with the
newsgroup for the discussion of genealogy and family history among people
ancestors, family members, or others who have a genealogical connection
to any people
in any part of the British Isles (England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, the
and the Isle of Man). Mailing address for postings is
subscribe, send the following
firstname.lastname@example.org: subscribe genuki-l firstname
Library's image of the Magna Carta
Printers - Publishers - Books - Periodicals
- Friesen Printers of Altona, Manitoba.
- Heritage Quest Press-Orting, WA; Oregon
- Bookbinding Co.-Silverton,
- Anundsen Publishing Co.-Decorah, IA
- Desktop Publishing & Printing-Renton, WA.
- Gen-Book,Clement Custom Publishing, 2105 Country
Ln, Auburn, CA 95603-9735
We Own...Lookup Site by State by Subject
- Creating Book from GEDCOM
- "Family History
Newsletters - Creating & publishing family & one-name
journals."From The Desktop"
Book Co - Genealogy Books 148 Washington St. P.O. Box 778
Salem MA 01970 ofc (508) 745-7170/fax
- Journal of Online Genealogy
"United States Military Records, Pension Index File, 1861-1934."
This is a listing of all the
FHL film #'s for veterans who have
records kept at the U.S. archives.
- GENEALOGICAL HELPER, P.O. Box 368, Logan, UT 84321,est.$17/6 issues.
Every genealogist would find this usful, each issue is 200+ pages
Helps you stay in the know.
QUARTERLY, Association of Professional Genealogists, P.O. Box 11601
Salt Lake City, UT 84147,est.$25/quarterly.
- EASTMAN ONLINE
GENEALOGY NEWSLETTER, Richard Eastman, author of
"Your Roots" publishes a a great weekly newsletter online (free)
that's helpful and worthwhile.
put SUBSCRIBE in message title. or also through Ancestry, Inc
- GENEALOGICAL COMPUTING, Ancestry Pub., Box 476, Salt Lake
UT 84110, est.$25/4. Articles on using your computer to advantage. A
feature is a listing of genealogy SIGs, and user groups.
PAF available from the Family History Library;
50 East North Temple; Salt Lake City, UT 84150. est. Price $35.
The Genealogical Helper has added a regular section on computers.
apital Personal Ancestral File User's Group, P.O. Box 177 Bowie, MD
- NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY REGISTER, NEXUS
101 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116,est.$50. Oldest genealogical
For Serious genealogists. Includes subscriptions to the "Register,"
quarterly since 1847,
and "Nexus," a newsmagazine.
- NEW YORK GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD, 122 East 58th
New York, NY 10022,est.$25/quarterly. In its 119th volume, this is a
- THE AMERICAN GENEALOGIST
(TAG), 128 Massasoit Drive, Warwick,
RI 02888 est.$15/4. Founded in 1922, TAG a key genealogical journal. The
focus is usually New England or the East with short articles about
families families all over the world.
- NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, &
4527 Seventeenth Street North, Arlington, VA 2207-2363,est.$40/yr. Each
issue of the
NGS Quarterly has a well written how to do it article,always items
of interest. NGS has
a Computer Interest Group and its own BBS as well.
- MAYFLOWER QUARTERLY, Miss Mildred Ramos, Secretary
Montrose Avenue, Richmond, VA 23222,est.$10. For researchers with
roots, the Mayflower Society is a must. You can have your genealogy
this extended family association by joining. * * * The above are some key
eriodicals available to researchers. There are a host of locally oriented
(Connecticut Ancestry etc.); family association journals (Kemp Family
Roots, etc.); and
historical society journals. There are also historical periodicals
issued by churches
(Adventist Heritage etc.) or specialty groups (Southern Cemetery or
Many archives issue newsletters or journals. The National Archives
How to approach this task?
(1) Check with your local library. Review the titles listed above and
see if they meet your needs.
(2) Write to the State Library of the state that you're interested in
doing genealogical research. Ask for a list of local interest
genealogical, historical and archival titles they publish. Write for
sample issues of those or interest. To keep up with local sources read a
local journal. The same is true for specialty journals. If your
genealogical research is mostly Jewish, Adventist, Episcopal, or Quaker
then read their historical journals.
(3) Lessons on
Genealogy Research - A Series by Don B. Dale
If you enjoy reading, then write to
the following publishers and get on their mailing lists:
- Everton Publishers; P.O. Box 368; Logan, UT 84321.
They issue the Genealogical Helper.
- Genealogical Publishing Co., 1001 N. Calvert Street; Baltimore, MD
21202. The major genealogical
publisher in the country. GPC.
- Ancestry, Pub., P.O. Box 476; Salt Lake City, UT 84110. Fairly new
Have an excellent line of books and
issue Genealogical Computing
and Ancestry Newsletter. Good
- American Genealogical Lending Library., P.O. Box 244, Bountiful,
UT 84010. When you want to read
census, military, naturalization etc.
(microfilm) you can borrow from this
group. Fast and reliable.
- Personal Ancestral File (PAF) is available from LDS Church Salt Lake
Distribution Center, 1999 West 1700 South,
Salt Lake City, UT
84104-4233.est.$35 plus $2 service charge
- "SIGNAL" is a bi-monthly publication of USIGS of United States
Internet Genealogical Society -
dedicated to free access to genealogy
data, membership is free
To read faded ink - use a "black light"
Church Records Family Tree Maker's site
- Archives of the Episcopal
- Notre Dame
- American Catholic Historical Association
Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20017
Catholic Historical Society
- The Diocese of San Diego Diocesan Archives
3888 Paducah Drive,San Diego, CA 92117
P. O. Box 85728, San Diego, CA 92186 (619) 574-6309
- Archives of the Greek Orthodox Arch-Diocese of North America
10 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10021
- Archives of the Mother Church
The First Church of Christ Scientist
107 Falmouth Street, Boston, MA 02110
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Genealogical Association Suite 1006,
54 East, South Temple Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111
- National Huguenot Society
- Congregational Christian Historical Society
14 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108
- Presbyterian & Reformed Church Historical Foundation, Assembly
Drive, Montreat, NC 28757
PCA Historical Center
- Genealogical Inquiries - Write To: Dept. of History & Record
Management Services, Presbyterian Church, 425 Lombard Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19147-1516.
- The Protestant Episcopal Church Church Historical Society 606
Rathervue Place, Austin, TX 78700
Adventist Church Archives
Information - Or write to the
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081
- The Quaker
Corner Links to various
- Valuable Reference Book is the "Hinshaw's Encyclopia of
American Quaker Genealogy"
If you don't find what you're looking for here, it may be in one of
Kansas Heritage Group sites at www.kansasheritage.org. Also see Web Site Tools for non-profits.
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