Suggestions for “free” genealogy research

Recently, I wrote about the expense to participate in family history on MyHeritage. Here are a series of blog messages that direct the reader to “free” information. I hasten to say, “Research and publication by another individual; I’m just the ‘pipeline’ for information.”

Day 1: Family Search

Day 2: National Archives

Day 3: Seeking Michigan

Day 4: WikiTree

Day 5: West Virginia Division of Culture and History

Day 6: Central Michigan University Digital Collection

Day 7: Find A Grave

Day 8: Missouri Digital Heritage

Day 9: Winthrop Society

Day 10: American Ancestors

Day 11: Google Search

Day 12: Facebook pages and groups

Day 13: General Society of Mayflower Descendants

Day 14: Soule Kindred in America

Family Search offers free online United States and Canada Genealogy Research Seminar

Day 15: Black Sheep Ancestors

Google Search tips  for Better Results

Day 16: Germanna Foundation, First Colony and Second Colony

Meyersgaz Update Gives German Researchers New Search Tool Family History

Day 17: Wing Family of America

William Hunter Cavendish Revolutionary War Soldier

Selfishly, let me add my “free” websites: Digitized Library of Family History and Frantz Families–Kith & Kin. On my Digitized Library of Family History, I list many resources valuable to Brethren, Old German Baptist Brethren and Mennonite researchers.

Extremely useful: Cyndi’s List

2 comments on “Suggestions for “free” genealogy research

  1. Vickie Belzer says:

    I would like to buy a copy of your book, Frantz kith and kin.

  2. Vicky, there are no copies for sale. You can go to this website https://www.frantzfamilies– and find everything “free” from the printed book. THANKS for your request. I can be contacted via email.

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