On this page you will find a bevy of resources for genealogical research, from compilations of records to anything else that I have found helpful over the years. Please note that some of these resources may require a fee. I will update this as I discover additional resources. Bookmark this page!
Currently under construction – entries coming soon!
In constant development, this area includes information compiled through years of research.
Les Bas-Poitevins du Canada – annotated, translated extract of the names of people from the Poiteau/Vendée region of France who arrived in New France during the 17th and 18th centuries. These individuals were part of the 10,000 Pioneer Families of Québec.
Click on the green link following the record description to request a lookup.
|TROVE, Newspapers and other media, as digitised, from across Australia||https://trove.nla.gov.au/|
|Tasmanian Library, great resource for heritage documents including a massive digitised collection of records relating to convicts in Tasmania||https://libraries.tas.gov.au/Pages/Home.aspx|
|Library and Archives Canada |
Note: many items are in French.
(Contact Me for help with French records.)
|BAnQ Numérique – Bibliothèque et Archives nationales de Québec (National Library and Archives of Québec). Massive online repository of records, interface is in French. (Contact Me for help with French records.)||http://numerique.banq.qc.ca|
|Listing of traditional occupations in French with English translations.||https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/France_Occupations|
|Irish Ancestors, Great resource for records and historical explanations||https://johngrenham.com|
|Roots Ireland, Catholic Church Records from across Ireland||https://www.rootsireland.ie|
|PRONI, Public Records Office of Northern Ireland||https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/proni|
|National Library of Ireland||https://www.nli.ie/|
|Louth Genealogical Sources||http://jbhall.clahs.ie|
|Cyndi’s List – a long established list of genealogical resources spanning the globe||https://www.cyndislist.com|
|The Internet Archive – massive collection of digitised material spanning all subjects, accessible for free. Great resource for old, out of print publications||https://archive.org/about/|
|More to come!|
Note that some of these websites require a fee for access to some of their resources. This listing is a work in progress and will continually be added to over time.