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Useful Search data bases

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Re: Useful Search dada bases

Posted: 9 Jul 2011 9:37PM GMT
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Edited: 9 Jul 2011 9:38PM GMT
FamilySearch.org databases are free & are added to regularly.

I use www.deathindexes.com a lot to see what's online. The site tells what's available, whether it's free, or whether it requires a fee to use. On that site, at the bottom there is a link that says "genealogy resources." Click that to find links to online births and marriages.

RootsWeb sites do not charge; neither to GenWeb sites for whatever county or state you're researching. (Just type in "(name of state)" + "GenWeb".)

Don't overlook free databases available through your local library. Some libraries offer obit or newspaper indexes; Ancestry.com Library Edition; ProQuest or Heritage Quest.

Also, investigate genealogy societies. Some societies or genealogy libraries include the use of databases as a perk of membership, or they are available for a really low fee.
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E8ty2nd 9 Jul 2011 5:56PM GMT 
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patscga 26 Aug 2011 5:39PM GMT 
eGENEee 8 Oct 2011 2:53AM GMT 
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