Family Tree Magazine recently published its annual 101 Best Genealogy Websites (of 2014) list.
I always find these lists a good refresher for the myriad number of websites available to support us as we do family history research. And, sometimes, I find a website or websites that I am less familiar with and so I’m inspired to do a bit of exploring.
The list is always composed of both FREE and paid premium services. The list also evolves each year to reflect the every-changing landscape of the types of websites/tools available for genealogists to use.
The list this year is broken into these categories:
- Best Big Genealogy Websites
- Best US Genealogy Websites
- Best Military Genealogy Websites
- Best Social Media Websites for Genealogy
- Best Mapping Websites for Genealogy
- Best Genealogy News Websites
- Best Tech Tools for Genealogy
- Best Canadian Genealogy Websites
- Best Historic Newspapers Websites
- Best Websites for Vital Records
- Best African-American Genealogy Websites
- Best State Genealogy Websites
- Best Websites for Immigrant Research
- Best UK & Irish Websites
- Best Continental European Genealogy Websites
If you were making your own personal list of 101 Best Genealogy websites, which ones (not listed) would you add to the list?
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