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Gentle Reminders Calendar and Event Alarm Clock for your desktop. Quickly check dates for any month of any year and set reminders to jog your memory when an event is drawing near. Reminders can be set for 1 minute to several days before the event is to occur. Reminders appear on the desktop for each event (you choose the accompanying sound), and you can Snooze the reminder to appear again and again (1 minute to several hours) until the event has passed. You can also review past reminders that have occurred while your computer was off. Virus free, spyware free, and FREE for you to use, from: Computer Genealogy Specialists.
1-Stop Free Shop -- Find free genealogy online resources such as free genealogy downloadable forms, free genealogy calendars, free genealogy look-ups, free genealogy software, free genealogy clip art, and translator to assist with your genealgoy research on the Internet.
Census Tools -- This is an easy to use electronic spreadsheet made specifically to record, archive, permanently organize and preserve hard earned census data. There are 35 spreadsheets available covering the U.S., Canada, England, Ireland and Scotland. There is also a Census Tracker to supplement the Federal Census spreadsheet. It allows a researcher to document all available census data for an individual on a single worksheet. A U.S. Census Checklist simplifies the tedious job of keeping track of the location of photocopies, as well as image and spreadsheet files.
Census Forms & Form Letters Already Written -- Just fill in your individual information, print and mail.
Free Mudcreek Gedcom and Genealogy Database Viewer -- Now you can see those Gedcom files you downloaded from the Internet without putting them into a database! See where they came from, and what their intended destination was, as well as the individuals and families listed. You can also do the same for PAF3 or PAF4, Legacy, Family Tree Maker, and The Master Genealogist database files.
Job Titles in History - Ever wonder what that job listed for your ancestor really was? Here is a 7 page list compiled from many, many sources.
Old Medical Terminology - Cause of death was listed as consumption complicated by breakbone on the death certificate. Ever wonder what that meant? This list was compiled just to help you.
Naming Traditions and Nicknames - Your great-grandmother's name on the marriage certificate was Martha in 1846. The obituary of her father's death in 1845 refers to her as Marty. In the1850 census your great-grandfather is living with Patsy. Did he have more than one wife or are these different couples? -- This 19 page list will show that Marty, Patsy and Patty were all common nicknames for Martha and thus it is probably the same person.
Miscellaneous Abbreviations & Terms -- The 1860 census lists your ancestor as the SSiL of John Smith. How is John related to her? Your grandfather's will mentions his brother as "led" or "ledig". What does that mean? You find a cemetery stone with a pictures of a leaning tree engraved on it. What is the significance of the picture? This 3 page list has a variety of miscellaneous abbreviations and terms that would be of interest to the genealogist.
What was happening on any date in history -- Dmarie's Time Capsule date look-up.
Relationship Chart -- Shows the relationship between any two people with a common ancestor.
Census Year Reference -- Tells you what you can learn from each of the U.S. federal censuses by census year.
GenForum Message Board -- One of the most product ways to contact other researchers
Ancestry-Rootsweb Message Board -- Another great message board service for contacting other researchers.
Search the Entire Rootsweb Website -- The largest and oldest place where people publish their pedigrees.
Search all Marriage Records Available Online -- One stop marriage service. Better than Las Vegas.
Free Census Records for U.S., Canada, and U.K. -- Free census records onlne listed in a conprehensive and easy to use directory. This is a directory of links to federal census images, indexes, transcriptions, city directories, and tax lists.
1901 Census of England and Wales -- Index view of 1.5 million original 1901 census documents from the Public Records Office. Allows you to find your relatives, then order copies.