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  • Accomacke Genealogy Pages
    A genealogy website researching the descendants of the early Jamestown settlement who migrated to the eastern shore of Virginia.
  • By The Drop - Krieger/Lawrence Genealogy
    This site is devoted to finding and documenting the genealogy and ancestry of the Krieger Family.
    A Scottish American genealogy site of Scottish Highlander families that immigrated to America in late 1700's and early 1800's, and originally settled in New York State.
  • Gosling & Simmonds Family History
    Family History Website of the Gosling & Simmonds Family, Thomas Gosling who was born in the late 1700s possibly from the Somerset area and Jonathan Simmonds who was born in Suffolk in 1781.
  • Hargreaves Family Tree
    A Genealogy site presenting research into the surnames Hargreaves, Davidson, Young and others who left England and settled in Canada.
    Knippelberg family genealogy information, historical data, and documents. Much of the website has been translated into German.
  • McLafferty Family of Romulus, NY
    Focuses on the McLafferty & Dunn family history in 18th & 19th century Romulus, New York; includes photographs, gathered from the family Bible & other documents plus resources for further research.
  • Pratt Family Association
    One of the oldest and largest family history organizations in the country, including descendants of Parley P. Pratt and Orson Pratt. Histories, photographs and genealogy can be found on the site.
  • Shaikh Siddiqui
    The Shaikh Siddiqui Family website with twelve generation of family trees and personal webpages.
  • Spybey Family Tree Website
    The history of the Spybey family and the ability for Spybey's throughout the world to contact each other. Includes sections on Spiby, Spibey spelling variations.
  • Winslow Genealogy
    Search the Winslow Family tree, old documents or research materials. Discover the Y-DNA project, your Royal connection and discuss views in the forum.