Surnames & Miscellaneous

These are links to personal home pages with family history information, and to other genealogy sites that are too broad to fit into one of the other categories.

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Surname Pages

He has some CREEKMORES, WORLEYS, and MEADORS from my lines, along with many other surnames.
Bill Waller's Genealogy Site -- New URL 5/29/02
Grainger Co TN, Watauga Co NC. Surnames: WALLER, NASH, GUY, SUDDERTH, TETER and many others.
Rose's Genealogy Page
Check out her KILLINGSWORTH family database. Some of my folks are in there too.
PRIDGEN family genealogy
CHASTAIN Genealogy
The Chastain name has varied spellings, the most common variations being: Chasteen, Chastaine, Chesteen, Chastine, Shasteen, Shastine, Chasten, Castine and Shastid. If you have a Chastain ancestor, you probably are a descendant of Dr. Pierre Chastain, a French Huguenot who migrated to America in 1700. You'll find a message board here where you can post your Chastain queries.
Genealogical Journeys In Time
A Collection of Surnames & Queries Including: Ancestral Lines; The Researchers Page; Research Services Available; Links to Genealogy Home Pages; and The STRAWN Family Project.
MOBLEY Surname Home Page


Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Thousands of links, categorized & cross-referenced, in over 70 categories.
Cyndi's Genealogy Home Page Construction Kit
Cyndi offers some great tips to get your genealogy pages online.
Helms Genealogy Toolbox
Helm's Genealogy Toolbox is a major consolidator of genealogy related resources. You'll find links to a vast number of resources throughout the net here. You'll want to bookmark these pages!
AltaVista: Translations
AltaVista has a new service on the World Wide Web: automatic translation of documents from one language to another. The new service will automatically translate English documents into French, German, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish. In addition, it will translate documents in any of these five languages into English. This can be useful if you have a document or an extract from a book written in a language that you do not read. It also can be used to write letters to a vital records office in a foreign land.
The College of Arms
The College of Arms holds the official register of all Coats of Arms or heraldry in England and Wales (the Court of Lord Lyon has jurisdiction in Scotland). If you think one of your ancestors may have been granted one of these honors, this is a good place to start your research to find it.
Genealogy Services Online
News Flash! All four of CompuServe's Genealogy Forums are now available to anyone on the Web who has Instant Messenger installed or any AOL member!
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
Dick Eastman is the forum manager of the Genealogy Forum on CompuServe and is the author of YOUR ROOTS: Total Genealogy Planning On Your Computer, published by Ziff-Davis Press. Dick publishes the weekly Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter.
Homepage for the PBS family history and genealogy television series.
Andrew J. Morris Genealogy
Andrew Morris has a catalog of scarce resources on microfiche, several shareware programs, an alternate entry to the GEDCOM archive, and lots more.
Citing online sources
This is an excellent guide to help you correctly attribute all the great information you collect on the Internet, whether via Email, Newsgroups, or Web pages. Every genealogist should visit and save this page.
ClassMates Online!
This site is designed to help you find your high school classmates and keep up with reunion information. However, I think as long as you don't abuse it you might be able to find some relatives you have misplaced. In order to fully utilize the service you must become a member (small fee).
Treasure Maps - the How-to Genealogy Site
You'll find many treasures on this site, including the following tutorials: Getting Started, Deciphering Old Handwriting, and How to do Tombstone Rubbings. There's much more, so check it out.
Genealogist's Index to the World Wide Web
Over 50,000 sites indexed, 3.3 million names! Also includes a SOUNDEX cross reference to help you find those "almost matches" that other search engines miss.
Preponderance of Evidence
This is an excellent article covering various aspects of this subject. A must read for any serious genealogist.
The "Ship SAMUEL"
The "ship Samuel' was begun as a topic on an on-line service when several researchers discovered that their ancestors had come to America on that ship. It quickly became the favorite meeting place for genealogists researching ancestors from the Palatinate, Germany, and Switzerland. This Home Page now provides a resource for their members and all others who are interested in genealogical research involving ancestors from those regions.

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