Beginners Guide to genealogy
A comprehensive site based on the webmasters book, Beginner’s Guide to Family History Research. Includes Home & Family Sources, Organizing your records, Using libraries and archives, how to find census’, military records, etc.
Beginners Guide to Genealogy in Seven Basic Steps
Seven easy steps to beginning your search! A must for beginners.
How-to get started on your Family History
Useful tips on beginning your search, including how to search census, vital records, etc.
DearMYRTLE’s Genealogy for Beginners
Myrt/Pat was trained at the Washington Temple LDS Family History Center, and has completed extensive research at the Library of Congress, the National Archives, the LDS Family History Library and the LDS Church Historian’s Office. In addition to her various online responsibilities, she volunteers weekly at her local LDS Family History Center, where she takes delight in helping others learn to trace their roots.
She offers 34 individual lessons for you to choose from!
Find your family history within your own home! Use this handy checklist to get started finding your roots right in your own home!
Gengateway to the Web,
Over 60,000 resources, online obituary, military searches, 150 query forum pages, vital statistics, newsgroups and mailing lists, historical maps and much, much more! I highly recommend The Gateway as a “springboard” into your searching and research! Family Surname/Homepage search – over 15,000!
Cyndi’s List of Sites
Cyndi has been at this for some time! She has amassed pages and pages of helpful links, all cross referenced and catalogued for ease of use.
Searchable databases, ships passenger lists, mailing list, and more!
A very large and comprehensive site! It takes a minute to load because of its sheer size but the wait is well worth it! Search many different databases, check out newspaper clippings, maps and land info, how to tips and so much more!