This website chronicles the African American genealogy of two families, BROWN and MEAR(e)S bound by the sanctity of marriage with emphasis on slavery. It contains, wills, deeds, slave records, and other information on the history of Oakland Plantation.
A site dedicated to helping families collect and present their family history and heritage using browser-based techniques. Examples of genealogy research presented in alternative and enlightening ways designed to bring life to a family's heritage.
A well-built family tree page of 20,000 names. Major lines include Matson, Morgan, Yancey, Griffith, Castle, Hyde, Whittaker, Oviatt, Lyons and many more. Tools of use to all genealogists -- messages, links, searches, photos, histories and more.
International probate genealogists providing services for lawyers, executors and personal representatives that include missing heir location, no know next of kin, missing will service, missing document service, missing beneficiary indemnity insurance