After publishing three new blog posts this morning, Ol' Myrt decided to review a few of the genea-blogs before heading out to the Family History Library for a bit of research.
- 10 Best Web Sites to See Dead People Use these sites to find obituaries, cemeteries and other traces of your departed ancestors.
- 10 Best Web Sites for Vital Records These are the best searchable databases of vital records from health departments, historical societies and state archives.
- 10 Best Web Sites for Storing and SharingS haring your family history just got easier with these Web sites that let you create a family tree, store pictures and more.
- 10 Best Big Web Sites You're sure to find information about your family in these stellar genealogy Web sites.
- 10 Best Web Sites for Maps Trace your family's paths, find your ancestors' homes and explore the old country.
- 10 Best Web Sites for Local Searches You can thank your lucky stars if your ancestors resided in the areas these Web sites cover.
- 10 Best Web Sites for International Searches Tracking down immigrant ancestors has never been easier.
- 10 Best Cutting-edge Web Sites Stay informed about the latest technology for genealogists with these sites.
- 10 Best Web Sites for Military Research Find ancestors who served their country in these databases.
- 10 Best Virtual Library Web Sites Powerful search tools let you explore great library collections in the comfort of your own home.
Ok, that is 100, what's the 101st? In a class by itself is http://www.ancestry.com .
Ol' Myrt here is honored to be listed in the category of 10 Best Cutting-edge Web Sites! Thank-you, Family Tree Magazine. This is the second time you've mentioned my work in your annual list, the first being back in 2000. Oh, the changes we've seen since then.
Happy family tree climbing!
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