Monday 12th of August 2002 03:14 PM 
Links: Genealogy Resources

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AncientFaces is a photo exchange, a database of photos submitted by users that enables people tracing their family trees to place faces with names. At present, the site contains over 5,000 photos. These may be searched by keyword, name, date, or location. They can also be browsed alphabetically by surname. There are several special collections here as well, including military photos. Photos are presented as thumbnails with a brief description, location, family, and a link to the e-mail address and homepage (if available) of the person who submitted the photo. A great resource for making family connections or just browsing old photos.

Family Tree Maker software online.
This company and their products have been the mainstay of the electronic face of genealogy for years. Quality genealogy software made by people who seem to know what they're doing.
Free genealogical services & well over 50, 000 resource listings.

Heartland Genealogy Association
An excellent and comprehensive site for genealogy research.

Primary Sources
A listing of over 3100 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar. Based at the University of Idaho.

Apparently the Internet's oldest and largest genealogy site. Home of ROOTS-L (founded 1987) and the RootsWeb Surname List (founded 1988)

Searchable Genealogy Links
Online searchable and semi-searchable index for genealogists and family historians.



Australian and New Zealand Links Galore
Over 500 genealogical links for those interested in Australasian genealogy.

Convict Central
Convicts to Australia: a guide to researching your convict ancestors

Database of New Zealand Boer War Service
This database was compiled by Colin McGeorge from the Education Department of the University of Canterbury. The information was sourced from the nominal rolls of the New Zealand Contingents published in the Appendices to the House of Representatives.
The database containins the names, contingents, companies, registration numbers, ranks, embarkation details, addresses, next of kin and occupations of every New Zealand soldier in the South African War.
Use keyword searches to find surnames and given names of soldiers or search by one or more of the following: contingent number, company, occupation and registration number.

Joan Fenton's Genealogy Page
Joan Fenton lives in Woy Woy, NSW, Australia and has been conducting research on a number of families for some years. Well worth a visit for those interested in Australian, British and Irish genealogy.

Irish Convict Transportation List
A searchable list of convicts transported to Australia from Ireland from the National Archives of Ireland



Irish National Archives
A comprehensive selection of Irish geneaology and family history related links.

Irish Ancestors
Quite brilliant Irish genealogy project from a Dublin university (well worth a look).



Canadian Genealogy and History Links

National Archives of Canada
National Archives of Canada South African War service records.



Recommended Site
Cyndi's Genealogy Links
A comprehensive South African and world-wide genealogy page. This site is obviously the result of a great deal of dedication.

The Genealogical Institute of South Africa.

Huguenot Society of South Africa
A fantastic resource for historians and genealogists alike.

Kluckow Family Site

South African Genealogy Homepage

National Monuments Council
E-mail for N.M.C (War Graves of Conflict Division)
Ms. Jean Beater
PO Box 87552,
Houghton, 2041
Tel: +27 12-482-2865
Fax: +27 12-482-8196

Viljoen Family Homepage
An excellent bilingual exploration of family history with useful links to other South African history and genealogy sites.



Recommended Site
This site, provided by the consortium, aims to give you easy access to information and links to the main U.K. family history sites on the web.

Family History Research Links at the Imperial War Museum

General Register Office for Scotland.
A place to find births, deaths, marriages, adoptions and divorces in Scotland. Their records go quite a way back into this millenium.

Guide to Genealogy in the U.K. and Ireland.

National Register of Archives (UK)
Access to The National Register of Archives.

Recommended Site
Public Records Office (UK)
The British Public Records Office Information for Genealogists page.

PRO - British Army
The British Public Records Office information on British Army holdings.

Historical Manuscripts Commission

Recommended Site
Scots Online
A wonderful resource linking Scots throughout the world. Has an online noticeboard for genealogical and general questions.

Scottish Genealogy Society

The Society of Genealogists (U.K. and Ireland).


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Further Reading

Jones, H & M. A Gazetteer of the Second Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. Milton Keynes: Military Press, 1999.

Muller, C.F.J., Van Jaarsveld, F.A. & Van Wijk, Theo, eds., A Select Bibliography of South African History: a Guide for Historical Research. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press, 1966.

Steyn, E.& Prophet, J., [comp]., Van Schoor, M.C.E. [ed], A bibliography of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. Bloemfontein: War Museum of the Boer Republics, Date unavailable.
Also available in Afrikaans as:
'n bibliografie van die Anglo-Boereoorlog, 1899-1902.