Web Links


Oklahoma - Genealogy 

American Family Immigration History Center - Free search of Ellis Island/Port of New York Records.

Ancestry.com - Includes the Social Security Dead Index.

Cemeteries of Oklahoma

Cemeteries Records Online - Cemeteries records from all over the world.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - Over 62,800 genealogy links.

Dead People Server - The Dead People Server is simple a list of interesting celebrities who are long dead, newly dead or might plausibly be dead.

Family Search - Search for your family genealogy, sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Find a Grave - Look at photos of the graves sites of thousands of famous people around the world.  Also, includes links to cemeteries around the world.

Genealogy.com - Find out how to get started and create your own family tree history.

Historical United States Census Data Browser - Census data from 1790 to 1960. Data can also be used to generate maps with the website's Map It! function.

Internet Public Library's Genealogy Pathfinder - A list of books, websites, and other resources.

Local History and Genealogy Resources - From the Library of Congress.

National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) - This web site give you the information about where to write for vital records throughout the United States.

Oklahoma Department of Libraries U. S. Government Information Genealogical Guide -- 47 pages of active links to federal documents -- includes Railroad Retirement Board and Social Security Death Index to printed publications such as Black Americans in Defense of Our Nation, Decorations-- United States Army 1862-1926, and Register of the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Courts to government periodicals such as Bureau of Ships Journal and U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps Bulletin.
Chapters are:  Federal Web Sites; Military Casualty Lists and Decorations, Awards, Honors; Military Registers, Annual Reports, and Historical Lists; Registers, Directories, and Annual Reviews and Reports; Primarily Historical Works; Military Academies and Academic Units; Periodicals; and Miscellaneous. (Requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view).

RootsWeb's Guide to Tracing Family Trees

Social Security Death Records Index

Surname Web - Largest site for surname genealogy.

U.S. census records searchable via the Internet. Other Online Records from National Archives and Records Administration.

USGenWeb Project

Vital Records Information for the United States - Includes information about how to obtain vital records information for births, deaths, marriages, and divorces.

Who's Alive and Who's Dead - This site keeps track of which famous people have died and which are still living.