Friday, 11 July 2014

Survey Results: Other Family History International Online Resources

112 of those responding to the survey "During the past three months which of the following INTERNATIONAL online facilities have you used to pursue your family history interests?"
made suggestions for "other" resources. Most were nation-specific or, in my judgement primarily of national interest, while the survey was deliberately focused on international resources.

The "other" site with the most mentions was Find A Grave. Some resources with more than one mention I wish I'd included are: Flickr, podcasts, and Skype.

Here, in alphabetical order, are other additional international suggestions made that may be of interest.  Not included are the genealogy.com and mundia.com sites that Ancestry has announced they will be discontinuing soon. I've added links in case you'd like to try a lucky dip.

abebooks
Coraweb
DuckDuckGo
GEDmatch
Geneanet
Genealogical Research Library
ISOGG
JewishGen
Linkapedium
National Institute for Genealogical Studies
OneNote
stephenmorse.com
Rootschat.com
Weebly
We Relate
Worldcat
World Vital Records

Again, thanks to those who helped and responded to make this a successful survey.




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