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Hartshorne genealogy web site

Link to the Hartshorne genealogy site in the US. They all came from our village!

This site is run by Derick Hartshorn and is the ploace to start, whereever you are in the world

 

 

Genealogy Links

 

Under Construction

Some of the links below, where feasible are already pre-programmed with the name 'Hartshorne' so that you are taken to the relevant page...

Cindy's List
This is an amazing site! All you ever wanted in a genealogy resource. You could spend days here!
Big Family
A Genealogical Research Agency. Obtain birth and marriage certificates, or trace Parish record entries. Alternatively use their specialised research service.
GENDEX
Indexes thousands of Web databases containing genealogical data for over twenty million individuals and gives you the ability to view data on any of these databases without having to go and visit each of the databases separately.
The Public Record Office
The national archive of the United Kingdom. Preserves the records of central government and the courts of law, and makes them available to all. Trace back from the 11th century to the present day.
British Ancestral Research
Offers a professional genealogical service. Can trace most British families back to the middle of the 1700s and some to the start of parish registers in 1538.
Society of Geneaologists
Offers a combination of research material, guidance and support for those interested in family history. It is a charity whose objects are to "promote, encourage and foster the study, science and knowledge of genealogy".
GENUKI
Genealogical information service for the UK and Ireland, providing invaluable guidance for those just starting out on their quest.
DERBYSHIRE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY. The Society is a Member of the Federation of Family History Societies and a Registered Charity (No 517162).
The Hartshorns of Arnold, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Want to find the name Hartshorne United States?
(Search the Hamrick Database)
Ancestry.com  (Ancestry World Tree database - possibly the largest on the Web)
Ancestry.com - Social Security Death Index  (date of birth and death of possible US ancestors)
Ancestry.com - Census Information  (useful to view US surname distribution, results chargeable)
Ancestry.com - Message Board  (check message board for Hartshorne)
Rootsweb.com  (search this comprehensive database for Hartshorne)
FamilySearch.com  (search the Mormon genealogical database for Hartshorne)
FamilySearch.com  (search the Mormon genealogical database for other surnames)
FamilyHistory.com  (leave messages on the HARTSHORNE message board)
SurnameWeb.com  (one of the largest surname databases on the Web)
Genealogy.com  (census information for HARTSHORNE, results chargeable)
FindAGrave.com  (find the burial place of people with the surname HARTSHORNE)
GENUKI - UK and Ireland (invaluable guide to family research in the UK)
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~brett/hartshorne/hartshorne.htm#Parish
Hartshorne Family Cemetery, Kings Highway, Middletown, Monmouth County, NJ, USA
 

Family Search Church of Latter Day Saints
Genealogy Portal Search Engine

 

"One Great Genealogy Site" Award Winners
The following sites have received the "One Great Genealogy Site" award from OneGreatFamily. Each week, additional sites are chosen to receive this award. Please take a moment to nominate your favorite genealogy site to receive this award by sending an email to Marketing@OneGreatFamily.com.
June 2002
GenealogyToday.com: Learn what is happening in the genealogy community and discover tips for researching your family tree. The site is a great source for genealogy news, surname queries, family research tips, articles and more.

May 2002
Bogardi.com (Radix): This site, also called Radix, is dedicated to genealogy research in Hungary. The site provides links for professional research services in Hungary and provides access to a few Hungarian databases as well.

AfriGeneas.com: A site devoted to African American genealogy and to researching African Ancestry in the Americas in particular. The site also provides access to more general genealogical research and resources. AfriGeneas is also an African Ancestry research community featuring the AfriGeneas mail list, the AfriGeneas message boards and daily and weekly genealogy chats.

April 2002
ProGenealogists.com: The site of ProGenealogists, Inc., a group of professional researchers located near Salt Lake City, Utah. These researchers have a wealth of experience and have access to the largest family history library in the world. Consider giving them a try if you need someone to look up a record or to verify information found in OneGreatFamily.

Obitcentral.com: A collection of obituary notices for the purpose of making them available for genealogy research. This site has a wealth of information available for individuals who lived in the United States and Canada.

Acadian.org: Dedicated to Acadian/Cajun and Acadian/French Canadian genealogy. The site, which is administered by Yvon Cyr, provides valuable resources for Acadian research, including two CD-ROMs containing Acadian data. Acadian.org is an excellent genealogy resource if you have any Acadian roots.

Ancestor-Search.com: This site links to many of the resources found at Ancestry.com, but also includes links to various genealogy utilities and popular directory sites. If you are looking for more information on ancestors you have found at OneGreatFamily, consider making Ancestor-Search.com your next genealogy destination.

Professional Services
ProGenealogists.com: The site of ProGenealogists, Inc., a group of professional researchers located near Salt Lake City, Utah. These researchers have a wealth of experience and have access to the largest family history library in the world. Consider giving them a try if you need someone to look up a record or to verify information found in OneGreatFamily.

Genealogy Research Associates: A leading provider of professional research, educational products, and innovative genealogical services. In the past 12 years, GRA has been providing extensive family search services for national clientele.

Accelerated Genealogy Research: A directory listing professional genealogists by education, experience, credentials, research specialty, international or U.S. region, and billing rate to help you find the researcher best qualified to find your ancestor.

UniversalGenealogy.com: Universal Genealogy Center has enjoyed the privilege of assisting thousand of families with their genealogy over the last 25 years. Their offices are located across the street from Temple Square in Salt Lake City, UT. This gives their experienced research staff convenient access to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints® Family History Library and many other outstanding resources. In addition, they have a network of professional researchers all around the world, covering every major record repository.

Online Databases

On Ancestry.com:
Social Security Death Index (SSDI)
State Resources

Obitcentral.com: A collection of obituary notices for the purpose of making them available for genealogy research. This site has a wealth of information available for individuals who lived in the United States and Canada.

Ancestor-Search.com: This site links to many of the resources found at Ancestry.com, but also includes links to various genealogy utilities and popular directory sites. If you are looking for more information on ancestors you have found at OneGreatFamily, consider making Ancestor-Search.com your next genealogy destination.

GenealogyToday.com: Learn what is happening in the genealogy community and discover tips for researching your family tree. The site is a great source for genealogy news, surname queries, family research tips, articles and more.

http://www.familychronicle.com/


Special Interest

Ethnicity and Religion
Bogardi.com (Radix): This site, also called Radix, is dedicated to genealogy research in Hungary. The site provides links for professional research services in Hungary and provides access to a few Hungarian databases as well.

Acadian.org: Dedicated to Acadian/Cajun and Acadian/French Canadian genealogy. The site, which is administered by Yvon Cyr, provides valuable resources for Acadian research, including two CD-ROMs containing Acadian data. Acadian.org is an excellent genealogy resource if you have any Acadian roots.

Afrigeneas.com: A site devoted to African American genealogy, to researching African Ancestry in the Americas in particular and to genealogical research and resources in general.

Adoption
Reunite.com: Part of the adoption.com network, reunite.com focuses exclusively to adoption search & reunion. Reunite.com contains links to thousands of public record databases, nearly 100 message boards (AdoptionBoards.com), and the Internet’s largest reunion registry.

 

 

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