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Genealogy Links

Genealogy Information

While we won't specifically recommend historical and geneology research groups, the list below includes links to a variety of groups which we are aware of. 

 

  
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American Local History Network
We would like to welcome you to the American Local History Network, Inc.

Our dream is to furnish you, the researcher, with the historical and  genealogical information to round out your research on your ancestors.
Ancestor Hunt
Search for ancestors and locate your family surnames in some of the best and largest free genealogy databases online.  Start with the Genealogy Search Engines and Contents menu which is found on each page so you can't get lost.  Or browse the free genealogy resources found throughout this page.
Ancestor Hunt - Mormon Church Genealogy / Genealogy Search
The Mormon Church (LDS or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) is well known for their collection of genealogy records.
Ancestry
Ready to discover your family story?

Simply start with yourself and we’ll do the searching for you.
Find your ancestors’ stories. Discover yours
Center for Lowell History - University of Massachusetts Lowell Libraries
The University of Massachusetts Lowell, Center for Lowell History was established in 1971 to assure the safekeeping, preservation, and availability for study and research of materials in unique subject areas, particularly those related to the Greater Lowell Area and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.  Located downtown in the Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center, the Center is committed to the design and implementation of historical, educational, and cultural programs that link the University and the community in developing an economically strong and multi-culturally rich region.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts - Researching your family's history
The Archives, a division of the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, is the repository for Massachusetts records generated by state government. Archives holdings date from the beginning of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1628 and document the settlement of lands in Maine and Massachusetts, the arrival of immigrants, and the development of state government. Public records are not in the holdings of the Archives because of inherent genealogical value. However, these documents can be an important resource for people engaged in the study of family history.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Search Vital Records (1841 - 1910)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Search Vital Records (1841 - 1910)

The Massachusetts Archives holds Massachusetts vital records covering the years 1841-1920. The vital records cover births, marriages, and deaths that occurred in Massachusetts. The Archives not only holds the records, but also indices to these records. The information from the 1841-1910 Birth, Marriage & Death indices has been entered into a searchable database. We welcome you to utilize this database to find the citations for the Birth, Marriages & Death records you are researching.
Deaths Reported to the State of Massachusetts by the Tewksbury Almshouse
Deaths Reported to the State of Massachusetts by the Tewksbury Almshouse

The following records were transcribed from vital records reporting deaths at the hospital to the state. The vital records will only report patients who died at the hospital, and do not always record where the patients are buried. The content of the death records vary each year.
Early Vital Records of Massachusetts
Early Vital Records of Massachusetts
From 1600 to 1850
Find A Grave
See the graves of thousands of famous people from around the world.

Find the graves of ancestors, create virtual memorials, add 'virtual flowers' and a note to a loved one's grave, etc
Library of Congress - Preserving Your Family Treasures
The Preservation Directorate at the Library of Congress answers dozens of questions every week from the public. The topics of greatest interest are covered here and also in the Preservation FAQs and give special focus to preventive preservation measures, which are simple to achieve and are more economical than the options available once damage is done.
Lowell Historical Society
Welcome to the Lowell Historical Society. Our mission is to collect, preserve and publish materials related to Lowell and to encourage and promote the study of the city's history. We sponsor several lectures and workshops throughout the year.
Obituaries for the current date
Obituaries for the current date
St Mary's Cemetery
Burial Listings from 1961 (the year that St. Mary Cemetery opened) through the current year are provided.  We have also included information about Lowell, Massachusetts area Cemeteries and Funeral Directors to assist you in your search..
St Patrick Cemetery
This section is designed to help in your genealogy research. Burial Listings from 1895 thru the current year are provided.  Records from 1832 to 1894 at St. Patrick Cemetery are incomplete and are not available online at this point in time.