There are probably millions of genealogy sites, so how do you know which ones to consistently follow? Below is this month’s Top 10 list of favorite genealogy websites.
- Family Tree Magazine Genealogy Insider Blog
Magazine editor Diane Haddad always has the latest news (along with great ideas) about our Genealogy World.
I never start a new U.S. search without first visiting this site. Organized by state>county.
I have cracked more than one mystery using historical newspaper articles. I love this site.
- Missouri Digital Heritage
Because bunches of my family came from Missouri. Find state resources for your family tree.
- Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Database
My go-to site for any Civil War soldier research
- The British Library on Flickr
Amazing photos – I’m pretty sure you’ll find something of interest here
- Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective
When I don’t know how to date a photo, I head here
- Boston 1775
Even if you don’t have Revolutionary War-era ancestors, this is a great site for learning about this time period
- Handbook of Texas Online
Another site that cracked open a long-sought ancestor search
- Emigrant Journals and Diaries
Because I love reading period pieces
What genealogy site makes your Top 10 list today?