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1901 and 1911 Ireland Census records online – searchable
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
30% off an All Access or World Explorer Subscription Members save 30% on the first year of an All Access or a World Explorer subscription and get access to records and online tools to search, save and share their family history. If you're new to Ancestry, you'll receive the discount on the first year of your subscription only. If you already have an Ancestry account, you'll receive the discount when you renew your subscription for a year. Not an AARP member? Discount to join for the first year Save 25% off our standard yearly price of $16 for your first year with auto renewal
Last Updated: 14 July 2020   [Located in Category: Educational]
The African-American Genealogy Group of Kentucky was formed in January 2011 by 11 researchers interested in preserving the history and heritage of Kentucky's African American generations. The group grew out of frustrating exceptions in researching Black history when traditional research methods were roadblocked by slavery. Jim Crow laws not only segregated African Americans in public spaces during a dark time in United States history, but had a similar effect on record-keeping as well. African Americans in historical records could be filed under a plethora of different titles, in the back of books, un-indexed, or simply missing altogether. It was out of these frustrations that the AAGGKY came to be -- the first group of its kind in Kentucky. It officially incorporated in April 2011, and the rest is history.
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
For information, contact Lynn Olympia, 897-5726, or e-mail Olympia1231@aol.com
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Ancestorville Genealogy: Website selling lost ancestors’ photographs, documents, other paper documents.
Last Updated: 14 March 2020   [Located in Category: Educational]
Get instant access to the world's largest online collection of family history records, including: 16 billion historical records - and more added every day. The world's only complete online U.S. Census collections (1790-1940). The world's largest online collections of military and immigration records. More than 200 million historical photos. And so much more.
Last Updated: 25 May 2017   [Located in Category: National & International]
The Archdiocese of Louisville Archives provides historical research services to assist in your scholarly research. Please complete this Paid Historical Research Request Form and submit via email or by mail. So that we can better assist you please include the nature of your research and what specifically you hope to accomplish. A fee of $25 per hour is assessed for all historical research performed by Archdiocesan Staff for the public. Payment must be received before the information can be released. Please contact the Archives Office for questions before submitting your request. Thank you.
Last Updated: 20 May 2021   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]
Please fill out the form below and send to the Archdiocese of Louisville Archives along with payment. A non-refundable research fee of $25 per every four requests will be charged. If no record(s) is (are) found, we will inform the researcher what was searched. Researchers are asked to be as concise as possible in their request. We are unable to perform family tree or full genealogical line research.
Last Updated: 20 May 2021   [Located in Category: Educational]
To find contact information for an Archdiocese of Louisville Catholic church go to: http://www.archlou.org Click on 'Parishes'; Select 'Cities'; Scroll down to 'Louisville'; Click on the name of an active parish in which you are interested. To aid in your search for records, I have listed early churches still active and those now closed.
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]
The Bullitt County Genealogical Society meets on the third Saturday of the month at 11:00 a.m. at Shepherdsville Government Center, 634 Conestoga Parkway, in Shepherdsville. All are invited. The purpose of the Society is to collect, preserve, and publish genealogical material of Bullitt and surrounding counties.
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
Charting a More Perfect Union – Free online Civil War Maps. In honor of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War in 2011, NOAA has gathered materials the Coast Survey prepared during the war years into a free, online collection called Charting a More Perfect Union. The collection, which will help you visualize terrain, ports, and coasts as they were from 1861 to 1865, includes: • 394 maps and nautical charts used for naval campaigns, and troop movements and battles. You can search the maps by keyword(s), state or region, year or chart number. If you click Search without entering terms, you’ll get a list of all the documents in the collection (not in alphabetical or chronological order).
Last Updated: 5 October 2018   [Located in Category: National & International]
Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1924 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress.
Last Updated: 25 May 2017   [Located in Category: National & International]
Civil War Databases at CensusDiggins.com Example: Kentucky soldiers who died at Andersonville Prison. However, many states’ databases for Civil War soldiers are included. Also, has a very powerful search engine for surname queries.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
The mission of ConferenceKeeper is to curate details of genealogy events and freely share the information on a single, organized website and across various social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. Our goal is to help individuals increase their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of genealogical research by sharing details of genealogy events of all kinds.
Last Updated: 9 June 2020   [Located in Category: Educational]
The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
A comprehensive, categorized & cross-referenced list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online. Your genealogy starting point for more than 20 years!
Last Updated: 10 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
Dating Ancestor Photos Through Clothing and Hairstyles; Civil War Era Fashions for Women; Clothing:
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded on October 11, 1890, during a time that was marked by a revival in patriotism and intense interest in the beginnings of the United States of America. Women felt the desire to express their patriotic feelings and were frustrated by their exclusion from men's organizations formed to perpetuate the memory of ancestors who fought to make this country free and independent. As a result, a group of pioneering women in the nation's capital formed their own organization and the Daughters of the American Revolution has carried the torch of patriotism ever since.
Last Updated: 10 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
A Website and Mailing list for all researchers who's ancestors settled or traveled through the state of Kentucky.
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Evanston Publishing, Inc., 25 Years of Turning Writers into Published Authors.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
Books, Videos, Conferences to help you with your Genealogical research.
Last Updated: 25 July 2020   [Located in Category: Educational]
What secrets run in your blood? This reality series uncovers the hidden identities in family pasts, proving that the best way to know who you are is to know
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
Scifres Family Website
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
It's all about family. FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. FamilySearch believes that families bring joy and meaning to life. Learning about our ancestors helps us better understand who we are—creating a family bond, linking the present to the past, and building a bridge to the future.
Last Updated: 10 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
Fold3 features premier collections of original military records. These records include the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served in the military. Many of the records come from the U.S. National archives, The National Archives of the U.K. and others.
Last Updated: 25 May 2017   [Located in Category: National & International]
A Free genealogical research database for marriage records online for the US, Canada and UK. GenWed.com is a free genealogical research database for marriage records and a directory to other marriage records online for the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Most are free but those that are not are in clearly marked professional or subscription searches and databases not housed on GenWed.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
Free State Genealogy Websites (Family Tree Magazine): Family Tree Magazine has published their list of 75 best FREE state genealogical websites.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
Do you ever have members asking for a German translator or German genealogy researcher? If so, you are welcome to pass on my information. I have degrees in German (4.0 GPA) and International Studies as well as a master’s degree in education. Our family has lived in the United States and in Germany and speaks German and English at home. We have family ties to Thuringia (Thueringen), Bavaria (Bayern) and Schleswig-Holstein, representing a wide variety of dialects and cultural experiences. I am happy to translate historical and modern documents in typeset or in script and I offer both synopses and word-for-word translations. Beginning in January 2020, I will also offer in-country research (see my website for more information). Amy Koppe
Last Updated: 25 July 2019   [Located in Category: National & International]
GHA meetings are varied in content and have featured speakers, presentations, trips and many types of events and community activities. All GHA activities are announced in the bi-monthly newsletter of the German-American Club Gesangverein, promoted by notices posted throughout the Club facilities, and posted on the website "Current Events" page. More information: Vicky Ullrich Telephone 502-459-6820; e-mail ultravic@bellsouth.net
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
A collection of history informational videos in states in and around Kentucky
Last Updated: 6 August 2020   [Located in Category: Educational]
Immigrant Ships Transcribers’ Guild Website. Includes sites to research emigration, immigration and naturalization, 100+ passenger list sites, ethnic research, libraries and archives, passenger ship types, descriptions and images, and additional worldwide maritime information available both on-line and off-line.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: National & International]
Indiana Times - Monthly time-sensitive information as well as more timeless items such as research tips and explanations of legal terms. IGS members receive these e-mail alerts automatically, as a benefit of joining the society; the public is welcome to sign up to receive these e-mail alerts - you can unsubscribe at any time. Past issues of the e-mail alerts are available for download in PDF format, which requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to open them. NOTE: Some of the images may not be able to be displayed, and some of the links, especially to external websites, may no longer work.
Last Updated: 11 June 2018   [Located in Category: Indiana]
Indiana State Archives (Commission of Public Records) has recently made part of their records available online. They still have some work to do getting images in place, but the search engine for names is active.
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Automobiles are licensed. People record legal documents. Businesses file property liens. Couples apply for marriage licenses. Notary publics are commissioned. Delinquent real estate taxes are collected. Citizens register to vote. These services, and many others, are offered at the Jefferson County Clerk's Office. By visiting our Web site, you get an up close and personal glimpse of our services and the records in our office. As you navigate your way through the site, keep in mind that while our duties are varied, our mission is clear - we are here to serve you. It is our goal to give you the type of service you deserve by handling each transaction with Value, Integrity and Performance. We believe all citizens deserve VIP service!
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]
Located at 323 High Street, Paris, Kentucky Fox Library is a genealogical library focusing on assisting patrons document their Revolutionary War ancestors. The library is also an historical library with resources unique to Bourbon County and other Kentucky counties. It has excellent resources for other states, especially Virginia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. Probably their most valuable assets are the family files, sent to them by researchers from all over the United States who are sharing information about their Kentucky families. For more information check their website
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Kentucky Cemetery Records by County
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
KCAAH’s goals are to enhance the public's knowledge about the history, heritage and cultural contributions of African-Americans in Kentucky. In addition to its commitment to preserving the traditions and accomplishments of the past, the Center is a vital, contemporary institution, providing space for performances of all types.
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
The Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives has created an Electronic Records Archives (e-Archives) as a way of managing digital public records and making them available to our citizens. The Electronic Records Archives (e-Archives) is a way of expanding KDLA's capacity to manage digital records of archival value. The e-Archives contains a variety of electronic records produced by state government agencies. We hope you will find that this new resource will speed your access to a wide range of information.
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Kentucky Virtual Library · Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education · Institute of Museum and Library Services · National Endowment for the Humanities. The Kentucky Virtual Library, first conceived by the State-Assisted Academic Library Council of Kentucky (SAALCK), is comprised of the deans of the eight state-assisted university libraries. SAALCK's vision called for online access to the wealth of special collections materials held by Kentucky academic libraries, including historic newspapers, images, collections, maps, books, and oral histories.
Last Updated: 25 May 2017   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
The Kentucky Genealogical Society was organized in 1973. The purpose of KGS is to foster excellence in genealogy through educational programs and projects that preserve, produce and disseminate knowledge of genealogical or historical value.
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Genealogical Societies]
The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) was formed in 1836 by a group of prominent Kentuckians intent on preserving the history of the Commonwealth. It was chartered as the state society in 1838 and began to collect books and printed materials. KHS became an agency of Kentucky state government in the early 1950s.
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Indexes to selected Kentucky vital records are available here for searching. This data was acquired from Kentucky's state Office of Vital Statistics for noncommercial use only.
Last Updated: 9 June 2016   [Located in Category: Kentucky & Indiana]
Need Translations? Many are available here.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
Learn a foreign language at LiveMocha: Learn a new language with the live help of a person who speaks it. Uses speaking, pictures, listening, translation, etc. It's free, and you can participate as a teacher of English in return.
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
Genealogy Education, Where You Are!!! Webinars provided on line by Legacy. Many interesting topics.
Last Updated: 20 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
NewPages. Website listing dozens of literary journals and describing the types of stories they publish:
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Educational]
Welcome to your free online genealogy and history website. It is hoped you will find a few things here which will be of use to you in your family research. Check out all the links, paying particular attention to the one where to find local records. I get a great number of emails inquiring about local holdings and answers can be found there. Please note that I am not a professional genealogist and am not able to do any research. Please consider joining the mailing list and perusing the message boards, as these persons are much more knowledgeable than myself. Many of them belong to the local societies and libraries and would be of much greater assistance to you.
Last Updated: 18 June 2016   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]
Welcome to the Louisville Anzeiger Death Listings 1849—1865 Contains names, dates of death and/or dates published and often the ages at date of death. Microfilm copies of the Louisville Anzeiger (a German-American newspaper) are available at the Filson Historical Society (Louisville) and the Ekstrom Library at the University of Louisville. Some death notices include village or city of birth, survivors and home address.
Last Updated: 18 June 2016   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]
The mission of the Library’s Kentucky History and Genealogy collection is to ensure that residents of Metro Louisville and users living far beyond its borders will have reliable access to primary and secondary source materials of historical and genealogical value well into the future. The collection is located on the 2nd floor of the Main Library
Last Updated: 18 June 2016   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]
Louisville History Resources
Last Updated: 19 June 2016   [Located in Category: Louisville & Jefferson Co KY]