Family Tree Magazine: 101 Best Web Sites 2009
• 10 Best Web Sites for Vital Records - These are the best searchable databases of vital records from health departments, historical societies and state archives.
• 10 Best Web Sites for Storing and Sharing - Sharing your family history just got easier with these Web sites that let you create a family tree, store pictures and more.
• 10 Best Big Web Sites - You're sure to find information about your family in these stellar genealogy Web sites.
• 10 Best Web Sites for Maps - Trace your family's paths, find your ancestors' homes and explore the old country.
• 10 Best Web Sites for Local Searches - You can thank your lucky stars if your ancestors resided in the areas these Web sites cover.
• 10 Best Web Sites for International Searches - Tracking down immigrant ancestors has never been easier.
• 10 Best Cutting-edge Web Sites - Stay informed about the latest technology for genealogists with these sites.
• 10 Best Web Sites for Military Research - Find ancestors who served their country in these databases and archives.
• 10 Best Virtual Library Web Sites - Powerful search tools let you explore great library collections in the comfort of your own home.
• 10 Best Web Sites to See Dead People - Use these sites to find obituaries, cemeteries and other traces of your departed ancestors.
And #101 is Ancestry.com!
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