One month ago today, this UNYG Blog posted an article inviting readers to send recommendations of their favorite links to websites or Blogs that have information on Upstate New York Genealogy.
Here are the links that were submitted for July.
All have been checked and are good suggestions.
Fulton History dot com: www.fultonhistory.com
Apple (Charlotte) of Apple’s Tree: http://appledoesntfallfar2.blogspot.com/
Colleen of Orations of OMcHodoy: http://omchorations.blogspot.com/
Thomas of Destination Austin Family: http://destinationaustinfamily.blogspot.com/
Cyndis List: www.cyndislist.com
Doris Wheeler’s Family: http://dorisgenealogy.blogspot.com/
NYS Newspaper Project: http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/nysnp/nygcty.htm
Jefferson County, NY, Pioneer Portraits Project: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/county/jefferson/ppp/
Schmid and Madr family history site: http://www.schmidlineage.com/
100th Annual Reunion of descendants of Job PRINCE (1750-1827) and Rhoda KIBBE PRINCE (1770-1831): www.princereunion.com
New York Traveler: http://newyorktraveler.blogspot.com/
Montgomery County Department of History and Archives at Fonda, New York. http://www.co.montgomery.ny.us/historian/
history of New York State Diners. http://www.nydiners.com/history.html
Joyce Tice’s Tri-Counties and History web site: http://www.joycetice.com/jmtindex.htm
Town of Hornby in Steuben County: http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/%7Ehornby/Hornby.html
Rochester and a tiny bit in the Chesterfield, NY: http://www.familysources.com/
Mt. Hope & Riverside Cemetery Records: http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?page=3310
Rochester City Directories: http://www2.libraryweb.org/orgMain.asp?orgid=468
Rochester Historic Marriage Records: http://www2.cityofrochester.net/Finance/RecordsMangement/MarriageRecords/index.cfm
Gen Web of Monroe County: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nymonroe/
Thanks to all who shared these with us. You know the old story about not being able to see the forest for the trees, right? Well this is a way that you can inform researchers of sites that they might not locate on their own.
Keep them coming folks. Just add your favorite NYS site to the comments just below this posting.
Tomorrow I will write a review of one of the July submissions.
You may read the previous post on this subject for the 07/08/08 article, here:
Then one more thing, our friend over at Dear Myrtle has just returned from a genealogical cruise that she will tell you all about on her recent podcast.
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