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  1. Searchable database of immigrants to the United States commemorated on a wall of honour. They can have arrived in the US through any port.
    http://www.wallofhonor.com
  2. Surname distribution maps for England and Wales (1891) and the United States (1920).
    http://www.ancestry.com/learn/facts/default.aspx
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  3. A huge range of free transcribed historical directories for Belfast.
    http://www.lennonwylie.co.uk
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  4. This database on the Archives Office of Tasmania's website contains the names of 500,000 people found in Tasmania in the 19th century from birth, marriage and death records and other sources.
    http://portal.archives.tas.gov.au/menu.aspx?search
  5. Through this site you can make contact with volunteers around the world willing to do lookups in their local area. You will need to read the FAQs before making contact.
    http://www.raogk.org
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  6. Learn about the lives of patients in Victorian and Edwardian times. This site has a collection of resources relating to the early years of hospitals for sick children; the Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street, the Evelina Hospital, the Alexandra Hospital for Children with Hip Disease and Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Formerly the Small and Special website which covered the Great Ormond Street hospital only.
    http://hharp.org
  7. 19th Century German passengers to South Australia.
    http://passengerlist.tripod.com/germanytoaustralia/index.html
  8. Search India Office records including births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials for mainly British and European people in India c1600-1949.
    http://indiafamily.bl.uk/UI/About.aspx
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  9. Database containing the details of 720,000 Icelandic people. Those appearing in the database have free access which includes more than 95% of all Icelanders born after 1703 as well as 50% of those who lived 874-1703.Sources include church records.
    http://www.islendingabok.is/IServlets/index.jsp
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  10. Transcriptions of births, marriages and deaths in Staffordshire from 1837 onwards taken from the local register office indexes. Part of the UKBMD Project.
    http://www.staffordshirebmd.org.uk
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  11. Website for the family history magazine "Ancestors" published by the National Archives in the UK. You can search back issues of the magazine here.
    http://www.ancestorsmagazine.co.uk/index.php
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  12. Contains the names of about three million Jews who died in the Holocaust. Information was submitted by surviving family members and can include quite a lot of detail. There is also a smaller survivors' database.
    http://www.yadvashem.org
    Tags: , , by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  13. Chronological list of passenger ships arriving in Western Australia 1829-1889 including some passenger lists. Part of the Perth Dead Persons' Society website.
    http://members.iinet.net.au/~perthdps/shipping/mig-wa.htm
  14. Transcriptions of baptisms, marriages and burials, census records, memorial inscriptions and more.
    http://www.hunimex.com/warwick/opc/opc.html
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  15. Collect Britain is part of the British Library's website and includes some medieval maps, a database of English accents and digitised copies of the Penny Illustrated newspaper.
    http://www.collectbritain.co.uk
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  16. Dictionary of old occupations.
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/hitch/gendocs/trades.html
    Tags: by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  17. Discusses how much old monetary values would be worth today.
    http://www.projects.ex.ac.uk/RDavies/arian/current/howmuch.html
    Tags: , by family_history (31 Dec 2002)

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