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    FamilySearch

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides an online search of the millions of names in its International Genealogical Index, and of genealogical Web sites. Also information on its Family History Library and local branches.

    familysearch.org

    GeneaNet

    Features a network of online genealogy databases.

    geneanet.org

    Ancestry.com

    Subscription based resource of worldwide census, marriage, newspaper and various other records. Includes some free searchable databases, columns and articles, gedcoms, and forums.

    ancestry.com

    Geni

    Enables the creation of a family tree, and a profile, which can be shared with family and friends.

    geni.com

    MyHeritage

    MyHeritage makes it easier for people around the world to discover their heritage and strengthen their bonds with family and friends. At MyHeritage.com you can create your family s website, build a family tree, research your ancestors, and discover distan

    myheritage.com

    Home Page

    Mesa Arizona Regional Family History Center website

    mesarfhc.org

    Genoom.com

    Genoom is a web 2.0 application to create private family networks View tour Genoom has been developed by a group of web programmers and designers inside the company Midatel ( www.midatel.com ) from Barcelona (Spain) ... E-mail: [email protected] Inscripc

    genoom.com

    Onlineprojekt Gefallenendenkmäler

    Zweck des Denkmalprojekts ist, die Toten, Vermissten und andere Opfer zu ehren und gleichzeitig die auf den Denkmälern angebrachten Inschriften zu erhalten, zu archivieren und der Allgemeinheit, besonders den Ahnenforschern, zugänglich zu machen. Die Ve

    denkmalprojekt.org

    Malaysia Panpages

    Panpages.my is the leading local business search & online directory in Malaysia. We have over 1 Million Malaysian business listings in our database.

    panpages.my

    WikiTree

    A free, collaborative worldwide family tree project by a community of genealogists and their family members.

    wikitree.com

    Linkpendium.com

    Linkpendium's first public facilities are in production now. We expect to be rolling out further functionality at a rapid pace. Linkpendium is being developed by Karen Isaacson and Brian Leverich, founders of the extremely popular

    linkpendium.com