provides links to state and county genealogical web pages. They
often provide abstracts of actual records on file (such as cemetery,
marriage, birth, death, census, tax, probate, or military
District of Columbia
|The National Archives and
Records Administration hosts this surname soundex converter.
The soundex is a tool that formulates a "sound code" for
surnames and this code is used to index large sets of records, such as
the 1900, 1910, and 1920 Federal Censuses, and New York Passenger Lists,
to name a few.
|Ben Buckner has programmed a site that will calculate
birth date from death date and age. There is a Java and CGI version.
One of them will work for you.
|This web site lists up-to-date data for how to obtain
copies of original vital records (birth, marriage, death) from various
localities within the United States.
|In the Funeral Net
Web site you will find the most extensive U.S. and Canadian funeral home
directory on the Internet. The directory includes funeral home Web sites
in your area, as well as those around the U.S. and Canada. Online
addresses (if available) and postal addresses are listed.
||The Universal Currency
Converter™ is a cool tool that allows you to convert U.S. dollars
to other currencies.