A repository of resources for enhancing your Quaker genealogical research.
Describes printed, manuscript, and web resources for members of the "Church of the Brethren."
Includes transcriptions of burial plots from about 20 cemeteries; contributions welcomed.
Alsace, Dauphiné, Lyon, Normandie, Sancerre and Tours. Over 55.000 names. Includes links and a bibliography.
Bill Aldacushion is interested in these two non-Orthodox religious sectarian groups. Includes short list of surnames and a few links.
New Jersey and New York churches, with details of what records are available.
Founded in 1894, the society owns and operates the National Historic Landmark District, Huguenot Street, a collection of house museums with construction dates ranging from 1690 to 1894.
Philadelphia region, New England, the English Civil War, with assorted notes and resources for research.
Resources include information that can be derived from the Catholic Churche's records.
A proposed DNA genetic signature of the ancient Hebrew population.