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Every year, Family Tree Magazine publishes a list of 101 Best Genealogy Websites and I always take a look! With a steady plethora of new websites, websites disappearing, etc, it’s nice to have such an annual list to allow one to quickly see if some “juicy” new sites are now available to help us with our genealogy and family history research.
Do recognize that there are specific categories (which are not necessarily the same each year) and so all the “great” websites you use may not be listed and, you may meet a “new” best friend!
- Best Big Genealogy Websites
- Best Websites to Find and Share Family Tree Data Online
- Best Old Map and Photo Websites for Genealogy
- Best Websites for Genealogy in the USA
- Best Websites for Genealogy in New England and the Eastern United States
- Best Websites for Midwestern US Genealogy
- Best Websites for Western US Genealogy
- Best Websites for Genealogy in Canada
- Best Websites for UK and Irish Genealogy
- Best Websites for Genealogy in Europe
- Best Websites for Genealogy Research in Military Records
- Best Online Genealogy Tools
- Best Websites for Getting Genealogy News
Now that you’ve checked out the list – who is your new “best friend?”
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