old newspapers-free online from Bob Bryan
One site is from NNYLN (Northern New York Library Network) at http://news.nnyln.net/
The other site with northern New York papers is at http://www.fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html
This next site is truly international. It can be found at http://www.paperofrecord.com/
This may be of interest to NY researchers. Thanks to Alice Charest
Try this one for name changes of New England cities and towns
penny postcards Click on the state and
then on the county to see old penny postcards from that area
Claudia Patterson sent us these links
Dansville Public Library maintains a LARGE obituary file on-line
for searching. The file covers a fairly large area in Linvingston
Daughters of the American Revolution Cemetery transcriptions in New
York at the library in Washington, D.C.
Genealogy tool You'll find this very interesting.
Birthday Calculator (Click
here) Lowell J.
POST CARDS of our NY counties http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ny/ppcs-ny.html Bonnie Kidder
A.collection of images from all over the United States http://www.family-images.com/
The LDS Family History Center near my home allows access to the Internet including http://www.genealogy.com/ and http://www.ancestry.com/ censuses, etc. for a one-dollar fee. I don't even need to order the films like I used to. Janet Emig
This was listed on my Ancestry.com newsletter as now being available in the newspaper collection online. Thought it might help someone.
Hornellsville Weekly Tribune (Hornellsville, N.Y.), 1880, 1884-85, 1896-97, and 1899 Beth Cornish Sullivan
RECORDS OF BURIED VETERANS ON WEB SITE
The VA has made it easier and faster for the public to get answers about family history, old war buddies or war heroes. The agency put on the Web 3.2 million records for veterans buried at 120 national cemeteries since the Civil War. Carl Zimmer Web site is http://www.cem.va.gov/
I was delighted to come across the Cornell Library Digital Collections, a vast wealth of information. There are many resources for researchers at Making of America Collection as well. There are seventeen volumes of " Abstract of Wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York" These volumes are available Cornell Library Digital Collections: New York State Historical Literature and is open to the public online at no cost.
The volumes go back to 1665 before the counties were established. I found several ancestor surnames. The results page does not take you directly to the page you want, however each volume has an index. Yvelle Zak http://historical.library.cornell.edu/nys/
Here is one to look up ones Military friends. http://www.Militaryconnections.com/
Here is a website for Birth certificates, death certificates marriage certificates and lots of vital records. http://www.vitalchek.com/
On gravestone images: http://www.karinsprague.com/gravestoneimagery.htm
One on maps http://monarch.tamu.edu/~maps2/pa.htm
and Cyndi's List http://www.cyndislist.com/
I have found many of my ancestors in Wayne County,PA. It seems that many arrived from Europe and settled in Honesdale, the county seat, There was a large glass factory (Dorflinger) that employed a great many who eventually migrated to Corning. Don Schroeder
The address is http://www.waynehistorypa.org/
Tombstone Project http://www.rootsweb.com/~cemetery/newyork.html
This is the new site for the WWII memorial. You can look up men that died in WWII, & find out where they are buried, what rank they were, serial no. & etc. This is a very great site for the geneaoloy workers. http://www.wwiimemorial.com/
NARA | ARC | WWII Army and Army Air Force Casualties http://www.wwiimemorial.com/
U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO DIED FROM HOSTILE ACTION (INCLUDING MISSING
AND CAPTURED) IN THE KOREAN WAR, 1950-1957 LISTED ALPHABETICALLY
Jean Kay Morse
Some Cemeteries in southern Erie Co., NY http://www.buffnet.net/~macdowel/
A website to help researches find graves for some of their ancestors.
It is www.findagrave.com.
You click on the link and can search by cemetery name and
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