Community Trees are genealogies from specific periods and localities that have been linked according to family relations. Community trees often include supporting sources. Most of the genealogies are joint projects between FamilySearch and others who live in a particular area or have expertise in the area or records used to create the genealogies. Each community tree is a searchable database with views of individuals, families, ancestors, and descendants, as well as options for printing.

The scope of projects may involve members of a small villages or townships who work together to form a family tree of all known residents of the community for a given time period. Some are projects involve genealogical and historical societies that work with FamilySearch to index several sources of data to link them to common, lineage-linked genealogies of a targeted geographic area.

The scope could also be focused on a particular record set and locality. The goal may be to identify and reconstitute all families of a particular place from a village, county, or even a country. Many of the current projects were produced by FamilySearch's Family Reconstitution team and are for communities from medieval times.

GEDCOM downloads of the community trees may be available, depending on restrictions that have been set for access to the records. No information for living people is usually available in the public views of these community trees. Edits and corrections to the databases are usually restricted by project partners; please contact these partners to offer suggestions, corrections, and new information. Some partners may have additional information or enhanced versions of the genealogies on their own websites. These databases will be updated if they are a work in progress.

If you have a database you have created from original source material that you think would be a good addition to the FamilySearch Community Trees or would like to participate in the development of community trees, contact us at CommunityTrees@familysearch.org.

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Current Collections, Sorted by Geographic Regions

Australia

South Australia. These community trees are an amalgamation of families living mostly in South Australia. The information was taken from the South Australian births, marriages and death indexes, and where possible, some information from overseas. Where possible sources are given and also some notes from the South Australian Biographical Indexes. The latter, although not always verified, can provide at least a starting point for research. This is an ongoing project which will be updated as new information is available. UPDATED Sep 2013

Victoria. These Community Trees are an amalgamation of families living mostly in Victoria, Australia. This information was taken from a variety of sources: Victoria birth, marriage, and death indexes; when available information was obtained from other Australian state vital records. Primary School Records from: Almurta #2908; Bena; Korumburra; Korumburra South; Kardella South; Inverloch; Loch; Jumbunna; Mardan South #3166; Koorooman East; Middle Tarwin #4084; Buffalo #3240; Archies Creek #3135; Blackwood Forest; Grassy Spur #3450; Stony Creek #3665; Korrine #4558; Lance Creek #2715; Leongatha; Dalyston Early Poowong; Poowong North #4102; Wooreen #3723; Wild Dog Valley #4498; Jeetho #2690; Jeetho West #4146; Nerrena #3395; Mackey #3796; Ruby #3208; Mount Eccles #3298; Mount Eccles South #4454; Tarwin Lower. Cemetery Records from Korumburra; Nyora; Outtrim; Poowong; Wonthaggi; Yarragon. Cemetery Gravestones: Alberton; Leongatha; Korumburra; Wonthaggi; Poowong; Nyora; Lakes Entrance; St. Araud (P); Tarwin Lower; St. Kilda (P); Greenough, West Australia (P); Chittering, West, Australia (P); Foster; Donald (P); Cowes, Phillip Island; Grantville; Yarram; Yarragon; Meeniyan. Newspapers mainly from Warragul Gazette; Leongatha Star; Korumburra Times (now Sentinal Times); Herald Sun (death and funeral notices for our area). NOTE: (P) = partial record. UPDATED Oct 2013

British Isles

Paget's Heraldic Baronage This data base was compiled from Gerald Paget's An Official Genealogical and Heraldic Baronage of England: an Account of the Ancient Nobility of this Realm - Duke, Earls, Marquesses, Viscounts, Barons by Patent, Barons by Writ and Barons by Tenure, from the Time of the Norman Conquest Till the Close of the Fifteenth Century. UPDATED Sep 2013

British Isles Families with Peerage, Gentry, and Colonial American Connections. This database was compiled from 15 reputable publications. These lines are very important because they connect to many immigrants to America. UPDATED Oct 2013

Canada

Manitoba. Winnipegosis. Lineage-linked community tree of people who lived in Winnipegosis and their descendants as far as can be identified. Ancestors may be included except and until they connect with another community tree, such as for instance the Icelandic Community Tree. UPDATED Dec 2011

New Brunswick. York. Bright. The Bright Community Tree is a joint project with the communities of Bright parish, New Brunswick, and FamilySearch International to preserve the heritage of the communities of Bright parish and other communities including some in Southampton, Queensbury and Douglas parishes. UPDATED Aug 2011

New Brunswick. York. Queensbury. This Community Tree contains descendants of Isaac Gunter of Bear Island. UPDATED Mar 2011

New Brunswick. York. Southampton. The Millville Community Family Tree is a joint project with the community of Millville, New Brunswick, and FamilySearch International to preserve the heritage of the communities of Southampton Parish and other communities including some in Bright and Queensbury Parishes, through genealogy. UPDATED Mar 2012

Nova Scotia. Antigonish Roman Catholic Diocese. This collection contains data from 1823-1905, extracted from the records of 43 Catholic Churches in the Antigonish Diocese (mostly baptisms and marriages, with death/burial records for about a third of the Churches). The Churches are located in Antigonish, Cape Breton, Guysborough, Inverness, Pictou, Richmond, and Victoria counties. The records were extracted by the Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia and other volunteers working with FamilySearch. The extracted data was then merged to form family groups and extended pedigrees. UPDATED Jul 2010

Nova Scotia. Kings County. Kings County Community Family Tree is a joint project with the Kings County Historical Society and FamilySearch International to preserve the county heritage through genealogy. ADDED Mar 2009

Ontario. York. Youngs in Toronto. Extracted and linked records of Young families in Toronto, Ontario from provincial civil registration: births (1869-1909), marriages (1869-1924), and deaths (1869-1934). Also includes allied families. ADDED Mar 2009

Quebec and Maritime Provinces. Various families of Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and France 1115 to present. UPDATED Jun 2013

England

Bedfordshire. The Visitations of Bedfordshire, Annis Domini 1566, 1582, and 1634, made by William Harvey, Robert Cooke, and George Owen as Deputy for Richard St. George: Together with Additional Pedigrees, Chiefly from Harleian Ms. 1531... ADDED Aug 2012 The Visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634: to Which Are Added Miscellaneous Essex Pedigrees from Various Harleian Manuscripts

Essex. Visitations of Essex 1552, 1558; 1570, 1612 1634. This database contains individuals extracted Visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634: to Which Are Added Miscellaneous Essex Pedigrees from Various Harleian Manuscripts. ADDED Jun 2013

Gloucester. Visitation of Gloucester, 1569, 1582-3, 1623. This database contains individuals extracted from The Visitation of the County of Gloucester: Taken in the year 1623, with Pedigrees from the Herald's Visitations of 1569 and 1582-3. ADDED Dec 2012

Leicestershire. Long Clawson Parish. This database contains the results of merging the 1841–1901 census records and a few monumental inscriptions for Long Clawson Parish. The bulk of the data is for events in the time period of the census but the full event range for the current file is 1642–1912. ADDED Sep 2012

London. Residents of London. The London Project consists of individuals living in London extracted from Boyd's "Citizen's of London"; controlled extraction records from the International Genealogical Index (IGI); and other records dealing with London. UPDATED Jun 2013

London.Visitation of London, 1633, 1634 and 1635. The visitation of London, anno domine 1633, 1634 and 1635 ... edited by Joseph Jackson Howard and Joseph Lemuel Chester. ADDED Dec 2011

London. Visitation of London, 1664. The visitation pedigrees of 1664 edited by J. B. Whitmore and A. W. Hughes Clarke. ADDED Dec 2011

Norfolk. Visitations of Norfolk, 1562. The Visitation of Norfolk conducted by William Harvey, Clarenceux King of Arms. This database contains lineage-linked families. UPDATED Nov 2010

Surrey. Visitation of Surrey. The visitations of the county of Surrey: made and taken in the years 1530 by Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms ; 1572 by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux king of arms ; and 1623 by Samuel Thompson, Windsor herald, and Augustin Vincent, Rouge croix pursuivant, marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. UPDATED Jul 2012

Sussex. Genealogies of Families Living In Sussex. Lineage-linked database extracted from "Sussex Genealogies", a three volume set compiled by John Comber. Mr. Comber's hobby was compiling pedigrees for Sussex families. Contains information on individuals living 1500s to 1800s. UPDATED May 2013

Yorkshire. Filey. This database was started as a personal project but relies heavily on information made available by other local historians, plus memories, stories, photographs and documents donated by descendants of families represented here. Most of the information gathered so far relates to the 19th century but it is hoped the timeline will eventually extend as far back as available Filey records allow. More detail about an increasing number of individuals, with 20th and 21st century context and connections, may be found by following links in the database to the Looking at Filey blog and wiki (http://lookingatfiley.wordpress.com). ADDED May 2012

Yorkshire. Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563-1564. The visitations of Yorkshire in the years 1563 and 1564, made by William Flower, esquire, Norroy king of arms. ADDED Dec 2011

Europe

Royal and Noble Houses of Europe. This database contains individuals ranging from A.D. 100 to the 1800s; includes ancestors and descendants of Clodion "der Langhaarige" ancestor of the Merovingian kings; Gorm "den Gamle" of Denmark; Charlemagne of the Franks; Wladimir I Swjatoslavitsch "der Heilige" Grossfürst von Kiev; Louis IX of France; Edward I of England; Charles I of England; and Spanish Kings of Navarre, Castile and Léon with many other European royal, noble, and gentry lineages with Colonial American connections. UPDATED Oct 2013

French Polynesia

Austral Islands. This database contains individuals who lived on Raivavae, Rapa Iti, Rimatara, and Tubuai and was compiledusing data from civil records, published genealogies, and transcripts of oral genealogies. ADDED Nov 2010

Gambier Islands. This database contains individuals who lived on Mangareva and was compiled using data from civil records, with additions from other sources. UPDATED Nov 2010

Leeward Islands. This database contains individuals who lived on Bora Bora, Huahine, Maupiti, Raiatea and Tahaa and was compiled using data from civil records, with additions from other sources. UPDATED Nov 2010

Marquesas Islands.Marquesas Islands. This database contains individuals who lived on Fatu Hiva, Hiva Oa, Nuka Hiva, Tahuata, Ua Huka and Ua Pou and was compiled from civil records, published records and oral genealogies. UPDATED Sep 2013

Tuamotu Archipelago.This database contains individuals who lived on Fakarava, Hao and Amanu Atols, Hikueru, Katiu, Kauehi, Makemo, Morokau, Raroia, Taega, Takaroa and Vahitahi. The database was compiled using data from civil records, published genealogies, and transcripts of oral genealogies. UPDATED Sep 2011

Iceland

Iceland Historical Family Trees. Linked Genealogies of Iceland from A.D 100 to the 1800s extracted from sagas, parish registers, census records, and compiled family histories. UPDATED Oct 2013

India

Punjab. Moga District. Families and pedigrees extracted from Moga land records, 1887-1950. Extended pedigrees from biographies, some going back 110 generations. UPDATED Jun 2012

Ireland

County Down. Newry Area. This is a collection of extracts from newspapers, diaries, and other local resources for Newry and the surrounding area created by Francis Crossle and then organized by his son and genealogist, Phillip Crossle. These entries cover roughly the time period of 1600-1919. The Crossle Collection this data was extracted from is available on 25 rolls of microfilm at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah and it's branch libraries called Family History Centers worldwide. This community tree we have created is also serving as an index to these films, for that reason the database contains about 30,000 single entries that would normally have been left out because they are not lineage linked to anyone else. For more information on this project click here. ADDED Aug 2011

Early Irish Families. This database is in its early stages and contains lineage-linked familie for early Irish Tribes, Septs and Clans. ADDED Jun 2013

Italy

Calabro and Cantanzaro. Sersale. Merged Birth, Marriage, and Death Civil Registration Records. ADDED Nov 2011

Cosenza. Aiello Calabro. Data was extracted from civil records beginning in 1809. It has 21,642 individuals with about 18,319 in one tree. UPDATED Jun 2013

Rovigo. Bergantino. This data set contains all of the available information from the Catholic Parish Records for the Church at Bergantion, Rovigo, Italy. The Baptisms start in 1590 and the Burials start in 1600. Where possible the data has been merged into families and extended pedigrees. ADDED MAY 2011

Treviso. Canizzano. This data set contains all of the available information from the Catholic Parish Records for the Church at Canizzano, Treviso, Rovigo, Italy. The Baptisms start in 1565 and the Burials start in 1600. Where possible the data has been merged into families and extended pedigrees. ADDED MAY 2011

Treviso. San Biagio di Callalta. Rovarè. This data set contains all of the available information from the Catholic Parish Records for the Church at Rovarè, San Biagio di Callalta, Treviso, Italy. The Baptisms start in 1535 and the Burials start in 1600. Where possible the data has been merged into families and extended pedigrees. ADDED MAY 2011

Jewish Families (Knowles Collection)

Africa and the Orient. This database contains those Jews who were in the records of Africa and the Orient. These lineage-linked families have been extracted from Jewish records, civil records, and personal family records. For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jul 2013

British Isles. This database contains those Jews who were in the records of the British Isles. These lineage-linked families have been extracted from Jewish records, civil records, and personal family records. For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jul 2013

Europe. This database contains those Jews who were in the records of Europe. These linage linked families have been extracted from Jewish records, civil records and personal family records. For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jul 2013

North America. This database contains those Jews who were in the records of America. These lineage-linked families have been extracted from Jewish records, civil records, and personal family records. For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jul 2013

South America and the Caribbean. This database contains those Jews who were in the records of South America and the Caribbean. These lineage-linked families have been extracted from Jewish records, civil records, and personal family records. For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jul 2013

Southern Pacific (includes Australia, New Zeland & Pacific Islands). This database contains those Jews who were in the records of the Australia, New Zealand, and other Pacific Islands. These linage linked family have been extracted from Jewish records, Civil records and personal family records. For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jul 2013

Latin America

Rose Hinton Collection This collection was compiled by Rose Marie Hinton who coordinated the efforts of many volunteers. The database contain information for several Latin American localities and ranges from 600 A.D. to the 1900s. Many of the sources are listed in the notes. ADDED Jun 2012

Liechtenstein

Balzers. St. Nicholai. This file contains all individuals recorded in the records of St. Nicholai Roman Catholic parish, Balzers, Liechtenstein which are found in FHL films #1186667 and #1186668. These films contain birth, confirmation, marriage, and death records up to 1838. All individuals have been linked into extended families where possible. Source information is included in the notes of each individual. This file contains about 5300 names. ADDED Jun 2010

Mexico

Yucatan. Merged Civil and Church Records of Birth and Marriage, with a few Death records. ADDED Nov 2011

New Zealand

Maori pedigree charts. Information entered from pedigree charts ranging from 13 B.C. to A.D. 1790. ADDED Sep 2009

Norway

Akershus. Aurskog Clerical District. This database is the lineage-linked extraction of the two-volume bygdebok for Aurskog. Aurskog Clerical District consists of two parishes: Aurskog and Blaker. Aurskog Clerical District is part of Nedre Romerike region. The author often used variants of given names as Kristoffer and Christopher. ADDED Jun 2012

Aust-Agder. Valle Clerical District. This database is the initial step in publishing data for Valle Clerical District. This data is extracted from the six-volume bygdebok for Valle. To this will be added census records and church book records. Valle is part of the region Setesdal. The author of the bygdebok has standardized many of the given names. Use Ingebjørg for Ingeborg, and Olav for Ola or Ole in searching. ADDED Jan 2012

Buskerud. Sandsvær Clerical District. This database is a lineage linked extraction of genealogical data from seven volumes of the bydgeboks for Sandsvær Clerical District in Buskerud County, Norway. UPDATED Dec 2012

Oppland. Biri Clerical District. This database represents initial data from Biri Clerical District in Oppland County, Norway. It was extracted from volume 3 of the bygdebok for Biri Clerical District. Later we will add census data and church book data. Biri Clerical District is composed of two parishes, Biri Parish and Snertingdal Parish. Biri Clerical District is part of the Toten Region. ADDED Aug 2011

Oppland. Dovre Clerical District. This database represents the initial lineage-linked and sourced data from Dovre Clerical District in Oppland County, Norway. It is extracted from the four-volume bygdebok for the clerical district. The clerical district consists of only one parish also named Dovre. ADDED Nov 2012

Oppland. Etnedal Clerical District. This database represents initial genealogical data from the clerical district of Etnedal in Oppland County, Norway. The data was extracted from the three-volume bygdebok for Etnedal and is lineage-linked and sourced. Etnedal is composed of two parishes, Bruflat Parish and Nordre Etnedal Parish, and it is not part of a region. ADDED Oct 2013

Oppland. Lom Clerical District. This database is the lineage-linked extraction of the genealogical data from the four-volume bygdebok for Lom Clerical District in Oppland County. Lom Clerical District consists of three parishes: Lom, Bøverdal, and Garmo. The author has used -sson and -dotter endings on the patronymics. ADDED Sep 2012

Oppland. Nordre Land Clerical District. The genealogical data for this clerical district was extracted from volumes 8, 9, and 10 of the bygdebok for Land Region. Nordre Land Clerical District is composed of three parishes: Østsinni, Nordsinni, and Torpa. Land Region consists of two clerical districts: Søndre Land and Nordre Land. Søndre Land is already online, and eventually we will combine these two clerical districts to create the Land Region database. ADDED Jun 2012

Oppland. Skjaak Clerical District. This file contains the merged records of the Skjaak Aettebok (family book), since there is no bygdebok. Census and parish register extraction will be added at a later date. This database contains records for 11,903 individuals. ADDED Dec 2010

Oppland. Sør-Aurdal Clerical District. Norway project by FamilySearch International Family Reconstitution team to build community family trees for the several clerical districts of Norway. Extraction of data from the 4-volume bygdebook, plus census data from parish registers. UPDATED Mar 2011

Oppland. Søndre Land Clerical District. This database represents the initial step in publishing lineage-linked genealogical data for Søndre Land Clerical District in Oppland County Norway. The data comes from the two-volume bygdebok for the district. The author used an -ssøn ending for male patronymics; however, the extractor and those cleaning the data generally used an -sen ending for male patronymics. The books were unique in that there was genealogical data in the text as well as in descendancy charts at the end of each book. ADDED Mar 2012

Oppland. Sør-Fron Clerical District. This file is the results of merging the data from the Bygdebok, 1865 and 1900 Norway Census, and Christening records (from the International Genealogical Index) for the Sør-Fron Clerical District in Oppland County, Norway. The merged file contains 37,199 individuals and 11,513 marriages.ADDED Nov 2010

Oppland. Vang Clerical District. This database represents the initial presentation of genealogical data for Vang Clerical District in Oppland County extracted from the three-volume set of the bygdebok. Vang is one of the 5 clerical districts in Valdres Region. ADDED Aug 2012

Oppland. Vestre Slidre Clerical District. This is the initial step in publishing genealogical data for Vestre Slidre Clerical District in Oppland County, Norway. This data was extracted from the one-volume bygdebok for Vestre Slidre, and data from censuses and parish registers will be added later. Vestre Slidre is part of Valdres Region, and this data will eventually be merged with the data from the other clerical districts that are also part of that region to create a regional database. ADDED Jun 2011

Oppland. Østre Toten Clerical District. This database represents initial data from Biri Clerical District in Oppland County, Norway. It was extracted from volume 3 of the bygdebok for Biri Clerical District. Later we will add census data and church book data. Biri Clerical District is composed of two parishes, Biri Parish and Snertingdal Parish. Biri Clerical District is part of the Toten Region. ADDED Mar 2012

Oppland. Vestre Toten Clerical District. This database is the initial step in publishing genealogical data for Vestre Toten Clerical District. The data was extracted by missionaries and volunteers from the one-volume bygdebok for Vestre Toten. To this will be added extracted church book records and census records. ADDED May 2012

Oppland. Østre Slidre Clerical District. This database represents initial data from Østre Slidre Clerical District in Oppland County, Norway. It is extracted from two bygdeboks for the clerical district. Later churchbook data and census data will be merged with it. Østre Slidre is one of the clerical districts of Valdres Region, and eventually will be merged with data from the other clerical districts of Valdres Region. ADDED Jun 2011

Østfold, Hvaler Clerical District. This database is the lineage-linked extraction of the two-volume bygdebok for Hvaler. Hvaler Clerical District consists of only one parish, which was historically called Hvaler as well. ADDED Sep 2012

Sogn og Fjordane. Hyllestad Clerical District. Sogn og Fjordane. Hyllestad Clerical District. This database represents initial genealogical data from the clerical district of Hyllestad in Sogn og Fjordane County of Norway. The data was extracted from the two-volume bygdebok for Hyllestad and is lineage-linked and sourced. Hyllestad Clerical District consists of three parishes: Hyllestad, Bø, and Øn. Hyllestad Clerical District is one of five clerical districts in the region Sogn, Ytre. ADDED Dec 2012

Vest-Agder. Fjotland Clerical District. This database represents initial genealogical data from the clerical district of Fjotland in Vest-Agder County of Norway. The data was extracted from the one-volume bygdebok for Fjotland and is lineage-linked and sourced. Fjotland Clerical District consists of only one parish, Fjotland Parish. Fjotland Clerical District is one of five clerical districts in the region Kvinesdal and Sirdal. ADDED Dec 2012

Vestfold. Lardal Clerical District. This database represents the first step in publishing genealogical data for the Lardal Clerical District in Vestfold County, Norway. The data was captured from the bygdeboks for Lardal and is lineage linked. ADDED Mar 2012

Vestfold. Tjølling Clerical District. The data in this database represents the initial step in publishing lineage-linked data for Tjølling Clerical District in Vestfold County. The data was extracted from the two volumes of the Tjølling bygdebok and represents 17,426 individuals. ADDED Dec 2011

Pacific Islands

Cole Jensen Collection. This important collection is one of the best sources for family records, pedigrees, and historical information that is available for the Pacific Island People. UPDATED Oct 2013

Peru

Peruvian lineage-linked families. This Community Tree contains information extracted from compiled family and historical records. Most of the notes are in Spanish. UPDATED Oct 2013

Scotland

Ministers of Scotland. This date base contains lineage-linked families extracted from Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae a compliation of ministers of the Church of Scotland from the Reformation. UPDATED Dec 2012

Switzerland

Bern. Lauterbrunnen Valley. The database was compiled mainly from the parish records that were extracted and put in spread sheet format by Heinz von Allmen and the private publication of Fritz Allimann-Laubscher (Spring 1971). In addition to the Kirchenbücher Lauterbrunnen, Mr. Allimann-Laubscher used the Burgerrodel Lauterbrunnen, the Chorgerichts-Manuale Lauterbrunnen, the Gemeindeprotokolle Lauterbrunnen, the Talurbar Lauterbrunnen. He also used the Ober-Chorgerichtsmanuale, the Aemterbücher Interlaken, and the Ratsmanuale Bern as well as three books of histories about the area when writing his book. ADDED Jan 2011

Tonga

Tonga. Death Records. This database was extracted from government death records of Ha'apai, Niuatoputapu, Tongatapu and Vava'u. ADDED Nov 2011

United States of America

Connecticut. Colonial Families 1650-1850. This set of records is the first phase to create a Community Tree for Colonial Families of Connecticut, documented from original records of births, marriages, and death and other town records primarily for New Haven and Wallingford families. ADDED Mar 2010

Hawaii. Chinese Entry Permits 1891-1898. This record contains an index to entry permits for Chinese minors who entered the Kingdom of Hawaii during the years of 1891-1898. Each index card contains the name of the Chinese minor, the name of the father and/or mother, the age of the minor at the time of the application, the date of the application and various reference number. Applications were submitted by a parent residing in Hawaii on behalf of the Chinese minor residing in China. The numbers on the card such as the entry number, a Bureau number, a Foreign Office number, or a Chinese Commercial Agent number can lead you back to the original application forms held in the Hawaii State Archives or an index is available on microfilm available at a Family History Library. ADDED Dec 2010

Idaho. Gooding. Hagerman Valley. This Community Tree is a collection of individuals and families who came to the Hagerman Valley in Gooding County, Idaho. The Hagerman Valley was originally in Alturas county which was abolished in 1895 and became what is now Blaine, Butte, Camas, Custer, Elmore, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka and Power counties. They came to mine; build roads, ferries, and dams; raise horses, cattle, and sheep; and eventually to farm. Many passed through, but some stayed. They came from East and West, Europe and Asia. Some went home, but others moved on following the gold, the railroad or just someplace else. Some died here, their fate unknown to family and friends. This is a work in progress and includes information gleaned from census records, vital records, and family histories. ADDED Dec 2011

Kentucky. Elliott County. This data base contains families in Elliott County extracted from census and other records. ADDED Sep 2010

New Mexico. Early New Mexico Catholic Church Marriage Records extracted for roughly 1726-1856, see list of sources used for this project as listed in the notes for Record #2 Jose Absolon Gallegos. UPDATED Jun 2013

Oregon. Hood River. This Community Tree currently this database includes information on deceased individuals from histories of Hood River County, Oregon, the Hood River County portion of the 1860-1900 Wasco County, Oregon Census, and 1910-1930 Hood River County, Oregon Census. In addition, available marriage, death records, and information from various other sources are included. UPDATED Sep 2011

Tennessee. Campbell County. The Campbell County Community Tree is in a beginning phase starting from GEDCOM files containing more than four decades of research on families from this area (including notes and sources for that information). New sources being added include information from databases (such as Campbell County marriage records), extracted information from digitized books online to pick up those who migrated to other states, and other genealogically dense material from reference works on Campbell and surrounding counties. UPDATED Aug 2010

Tennessee. Knox. Beaver Ridge. This Community Tree for Beaver Ridge/Ball Camp/Solway in Knox Co. 1795-1860. Documentes 125+ surnames of families that moved here in 1830 and stayed through 1850. This was done using census, tax, and now , land records. Prior to 1830 the surnames moved to Alabama and Missouri only leaving land records to prove they lived here. ADDED Oct 2010

Tennessee. Warren County. The Warren County Community Tree is a correlation of the 1850 Warren County census and other sources. The source information is found in the note field. ADDED Dec 2009

Utah. Early Utah Families. The Early Utah Community Trees is the result of merging the 1850-1880, 1900, and 1920 US Census records for Utah with extracted Utah Vital Records (births 1892 to 1941, marriages 1887 to 1966, deaths and burials 1880's to 1956) with the Veterans burials from territorial time to 1966 to create families and extended lineages. ADDED Nov 2010

Utah. Tooele. Goshute Indians, 1776-1980. This database was compiled by Rose Marie Hinton using census and mission records. ADDED Jun 2012

Utah. Greeks in the West. The Greeks in the West Community Trees contians 5000+ Greek men who immigrated to the Western United States between 1900 and 1924 -- many to work in the mines and on the railroads of Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and Nevada. This is an on-going project to document the lineage and preserve the heritage of these immigrants and their descendents. It is part of the Western Hellenic Library (www.westernhellenicancestry.com) and the Ethnic and Mining Museum of Magna. Initial work is focused on the mining communities in Carbon and Salt Lake counties of Utah. UPDATED May 2013

Utah. Tooele. Goshute Indians, 1776-1980 This database was compiled by Rose Marie Hinton using census and mission records. ADDED Jun 2012

Vermont. Rutland. Middletown Springs Area. This database lists the residents of Middletown Springs, and surrounding communities, in Rutland County, Vermont. The information used to create this database includes early published histories of Middletown, Poultney, and Pawlet, Vermont plus Revolutionary War Muster Rolls and the 1790 US Census for the same towns. ADDED Apr 2011

Virginia (WV). Logan County Recreated 1824-1863. This database is for Logan County, Virginia 1824-1863. This county is currently part of West Virginia. However, this Community Tree represents the people of the Virginia era as found in the 1850-1870 US Census Records and the 1853-1860 Logan County, Virginia Vital Records. ADDED Mar 2012.

Washington. Lewis County. This database contains the records of families listed in the 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, and 1900 US Census for Lewis County, Washington. We have merged families that appear in multiple census records together to provide a better view of the family over the years. The data that came from each census can be seen in the source citation for that record. This is a preliminary version of the merging and will be updated with an improved version containing additional records from the History of Lewis County, Washington (by Nix). ADDED Oct 2009.

West Virginia. Jackson County Pioneers. The area that is now Jackson County, West Virginia was first settled by three families in 1796. This project is an attempt to link these early pioneers to all of their descendants, many of whom still reside in the county. Later the project was expanded included the ancestry and descendants of all those that were listed in the 1850 US Census for Jackson County. Some of the sources used in this effort include works by local historians, census records, birth, death, and marriage records and tombstone inscriptions. ADDED Dec 2012.

Wyoming. Lincoln. Cokeville. The Cokeville Community Tree is the result of a project by the Star Valley Historical Society of Afton, Wyoming to digitally photograph all of the headstones in Lincoln County, Wyoming for inclusion on the Internet (www.lincolncountywy.org) Once digitized, the vital statistic data from each headstone was entered into a genealogy database manager. This information, along with Cokeville Cemetery Sexton Records, was combined in such a manner whereby family relations could be identified and linked together. The Cokeville Community Tree presentation is the result of this process. ADDED Mar 2011

Wyoming. Lincoln. Star Valley. The Star Valley Community Tree is the side-product of a recent project to gather digital photographs of all the headstones in the thirteen cemeteries comprising Star Valley, Wyoming. Local volunteers visited each cemetery and extracted the vital statistic information from each headstone then contacted the various families to add, verify and link the additional relationships. This is an on-going project which is scheduled to be updated every other year. The next version will be synchronized with the available Sexton records. This effort is sponsored by the Star Valley Historical Society. ADDED Jul 2010

Wales

Llanwenog Parish. Cardiganshire. This Community Tree is the results of bringing together the data from the 1841-1891 Welsh CensusJund the Birth, Marriage, Death and Burial records for Llanwenog Parish. ADDED Jun 2012

Welsh Medieval Database Primarily of Nobility and Gentry. This Welsh database, when complete, will include lineage-linked data for approximately 350,000 individuals, living from about A.D. 100 to the 1800s. The base data was extracted from Peter Bartrum's "Welsh Genealogies."For more information on this project click here. UPDATED Jun 2013


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