Extractions: brings you Find your ancestors through their letters Find your roots and hear your ancestors' words across the generations. Add branches to your family tree as you search your ancestry and build your genealogy. Discover your origins in old letters as ancestors tell their stories and reveal family relationships, past events, moments in time and details of family history. Learn how to find and preserve old documents, family treasures and heirlooms. Home Free Newsletter Genealogy Tips Share Your Letters ... Search Quick Links Olive Tree Genealogy
Ancestor Quest Genealogy genealogy Resources on the Net. GenSwappassenger Lists and immigration records.German Roots-Emigration and immigration Lists. Germans to America. http://members.tripod.com/~Randy_T/index-1.html
Extractions: Midnight at the Internet Cafe Genealogy: General Information Reference Information ... Genealogical Software, Services, and Products American Family Immigration History Center (Ellis Island) http://www.ellisislandrecords.org , allows you to do a search of more than 22 million passengers who came to America through Ellis Island from 1892 to 1924. After you search for a passenger by name, you can edit the search to include gender, year of arrival, ethnicity, port of departure, and name of ship. To view the full record you must register with the site. You can also purchase an original ship manifest and ship image. American Immigrant Wall of Honor http://www.wallofhonor.com/ , memorializes immigrants who passed through Ellis Island. The wall is engraved with the names of immigrants whose family or friends have paid a fee for inclusion of the name. Names are searchable. Results include name, country of origin, and panel number on the wall. Immigration and Ships Passenger Lists Research Guide http://home.att.net/~arnielang/shipgide.html , is designed for new researchers, but includes tips, links and help of interest to more experienced researchers as well. "The goal of this Guide is to help you to use Ships Passenger Lists and other Immigration records in locating the origin of your ancestors in Europe, fill in gaps in your family history, and to lead to other avenues of genealogical research." An introductory section explains how to use the site, and other sections cover what you need to know about your ancestor to proceed; how to do research if your ancestor arrived during specific periods of time; getting pictures and information about the ship; and finding naturalization and passport records.
Extractions: If you need to make that genealogical leap across the ocean, start with this dynamic resource for reaching immigrant ancestors. Current databases represent Western Europe, Great Britain, and passenger lists covering all of America's major immigration ports. Passenger and immigration lists, in particular, can provide breakthrough clues to link American ancestors with a homeland overseas. Need more help deciding?
Extractions: If you need to make that genealogical leap across the ocean, start with this dynamic resource for reaching immigrant ancestors. Current databases represent Western Europe, Great Britain, and passenger lists covering all of America's major immigration ports. Passenger and immigration lists, in particular, can provide breakthrough clues to link American ancestors with a homeland overseas. Need more help deciding? Receive instant, anytime access to the entire International and Passenger Records online collection. Each new International and Passenger Records volume added to this collection will be added to your subscription at no extra cost. Already a remarkable value, the savings only increase as the collection grows!
Extractions: Some later lists have additional details, such as each individual's religion, occupation, and previous residence. Names of wives and children, when available, may help you pinpoint a family in other records that list more than just the head of the family (such as a marriage or pedigree record). Genealogy.com Membership A Premier Membership includes access to a comprehensive collection of online U.S. Census data, plus easy-to-use family tree software. Premier Annual Membership /year CD Bundles Collections of CD-ROMs, sold together for the best value. British Ancestry Bundle (3 CDs) German Ancestry Bundle, 1850-1874 (2 CDs) German Ancestry Bundle, 1875-1888 (2 CDs) Immigration Bundle (3 CDs) Individual CD-ROMs Baltimore, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Extractions: Ancestor Hunt Ellis Island Immigrant Records Search Ellis Island U.S. Immigration Records The Ellis Island database contains names and data on over 22 million immigrants who arrived by ship in the Port of New York between 1892 and 1924. Both ship passengers and crew members are included. Search the Ellis Island Database
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Norwegian Genealogy Research Sources - Emigration of Canadian passenger and immigration records from the 18th KinShips the passengervessels of your NationalArchives and records Administration/genealogy Page. http://www.rootsweb.com/~wgnorway/NorLinks5.htm
Extractions: 6 Sept 2002 Back to Norwegian Research Sources Back to Norway Genealogy American Family Immigration History Center at Ellis Island The American Family Immigration History Center TM Immigrant arrival records, passenger records of the more than 22 million people who entered the United States through Ellis Island from 1892-1924 are available. Key data available on immigrants includes name, gender, age on arrival, marital status, ship name, port of origin, and last residence. Buskerud Genealogical Resources (includes census, church books, emigrants, farms information, land) in Norwegian ** Canadian Passenger Database National Archives of Canada
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Family History CDs And Genealogy CDs CDs and genealogy CDs. Title, Price. American Source records in England, $29.99.An Index to Griffith's Valuation, $59.99. Baltimore passenger immigration ListsVol http://www.genealogical.com/family_history_cds.asp?View=All
Emigration / Ship Lists And Resources Over 120 links for passenger lists and various immigration resources.Category Society genealogy immigration passenger Lists records) Donna Speer Ristenbatt genealogy/passenger Ship's List THE OLIVE TREE'sPALATINE passenger LISTS; Teresa's to PRINCE of WALES immigration list 1813; http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/5978/Emigration.html
Extractions: This page is dedicated to all of my ancestors who served their country proud. I want to thank the many who have given permision for their links to be added and to all who have requested this page. This page is only for those whom are serious about emigration. If you have a web site or know of a web site and would like it listed here, please let me know. If you already have a link here but the site is no longer operative, please notify me! I would also like to mention, most of these, are links I have located. If you do NOT see it here, I do not have it. Each link has the owners email address on that site.This site was last updated on 06 Dec. 1999, which I removed 9 links that no longer existed. And updated 1 that had moved. The Abigail from London to New England
Extractions: genealogy, genealogical, resources, sources, documents, documentation, records, public records, published records, colonial America, Barbados, Delaware, England, Ireland, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Nova Scotia, Pennsylvania, Scotland, Tennessee, Virginia, US, USA, and elsewhere. The following is not necessarily related to my line or to North Carolina research. I have made no attempt to verify the information, but solely to catalogue the available resources. Some names here may be same persons in separate records. Some may be of Ashe of Alleghany N.C. but inadequate data exists within the specified records to connect them with any degree of certainty. Where there appears sufficient data to reasonably conclude that the same person is indeed referred to, those sources have been combined into a single listing. For example, record details of Micajah Perry are quiet extensive and many are nothing more than that he shipped goods on a particular ship on a specified date. Listing of each article individually would have been useless to the genealogical researcher.
Extractions: 3.1 What Information May be Found Prior to 1820, most of the sailing ships were primarily cargo ships and the passengers were listed on the ship's cargo manifest. These lists vary broadly in the amount and type of information they contain. Some ancestors were actually shipped by the pound as if they were trunks of books or bales of wool. The lists may generally contain the following information for the passenger: Country, province, or exact town of origin Date of arrival in the U.S. Family members or others who immigrated on the same ship Destination in the U.S. Occupation, age, and sex
Various Links For Passenger List Help Guide to immigration records and passenger ListsTable Contents. The FreeLibrary of Philadelphia -genealogy Pathfinder - passenger Lists etc. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ruthann/ships/links.htm