The Immigrant Ancestors Project

A free resource from Brigham Young University that uses emigration registers to find the birthplaces of immigrants in their native countries. A small but growing database. What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: millions of emigration records details include name, age, country of origin, marital status, destination and more additional notes […]

Kultura

An alphabetical index of names contained in the Card Index, the censuses of 1870-1931, for Poznan, Poland. What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: index of over 200,000 census cards listed alphabetically scanned images of census records between 1870 and 1931 Research Locations: Europe Poland Poznan Visit Kultura Add to Your Research […]

Genealogia W Archiwach

Comprehensive source documents for the study of the history of the inhabitants of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie. English version available. What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: 3 million files from 1808-1900 searchable databases birth, death and marriage records 36,000+ books much more Research Locations: Europe Poland Germany Visit Genealogia W Archiwach Add to […]

Szukajwarchiwach from the National Archives of Poland

Offers nearly 18 million scanned documents from 31 state archives.  What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: many searchable databases births, marriages and death records dating back more than 100 years census records residency books more Research Locations: Europe Poland Visit Szukajwarchiwach from the National Archives of Poland Add to Your Research […]

PolandGenWeb Archives

A special project of the PolandGenWeb, including vital records, immigration records and much more. This is a great place to start or expand your research. What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: birth, marriage and death records passenger lists cemetery records/tombstone inscriptions church records immigrant lists 1929 Polish business directory additional […]

German Genealogy Group

The German Genealogy Group is an organization providing support for those interested in researching their Germanic ancestors outside of Germany, with a specific focus on the New York City area.  What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: many searchable databases millions of birth and marriage records extensive cemetery and death records church […]

Dos Bundesarchiv

Selected records of interest to family historians. Although these German archives are focused on historical and cultural resources there are some gems to be discovered. What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: German military personnel records and testimonies searchable database of personal papers database containing over 11 million images on German […]

The All Galicia Database

This database includes hundreds of thousands of records from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which today is part of eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Records cover a mostly, but not entirely, Jewish population. What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: searchable database featuring 453,025 records from 289 different sources birth, […]

The Canadian County Atlas Digital Program

This project was started by McGill university in Montreal in 1998 and covers property owners in Ontario in the 1800s.  What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: searchable database of property owners in Ontario between 1874 and 1881 includes records from 43 county atlases search by people or through interactive maps […]

Home Children

Between 1869 and the early 1930s, 100,000 British, Scottish and Irish children were sent to Canada to work as farm laborers or as domestics. Referred to as “Home Children”, they made up a major immigrant group, especially in Ontario.  What This Free Genealogy Site Includes: searchable death database for thousands […]