This category is for sites dealing with genealogy and adoption issues.
Please do not submit online dedications, newspaper obituary pages, memorials, or similar sites to this category; these subjects are handled by the listed Related Categories.
Contains sites concerning the genealogy of royalty and nobility in various countries.
Sites in which the primary focus is the history of a surname or a family history connected to a specific surname.
Please Read Prior to Submission Please ensure that you have selected the correct letter of the alphabet. If a surname subcategory exists, submit your site to the category for the relevant surname. Variants of a surname may also submit to the specific surname category. If your site covers several diverse surnames, select the dominant surname.
Please ensure that you have selected the correct letter of the alphabet.
If a surname subcategory exists, submit your site to the category for the relevant surname. Variants of a surname may also submit to the specific surname category.
If your site covers several diverse surnames, select the dominant surname.
Sites submitted to this category should pertain to genealogy. Personal pages that are not primarily concerned with the history of a surname or family history will not be accepted here and should be submitted to Society: People: Personal Homepages.
You can assist by observing these simple guidelines:
1. Only submit once. If your site is not in English then please select the appropriate World category. If your site relates to a specific location you may wish to list under Regional. Please include some indication of the geographic area covered, eg. ...worldwide, ...mainly Kentucky, ...origins in the UK and spread to Australia and Canada.
2. Primary URL only. Do not list a redirect or cloaked URL, only the true URL will be accepted in the ODP.
3. Start title with featured name. Ignore terms such as The, My or Our. Do not add the terms Genealogy, Personal, Homepage or Website; nor type in UPPERCASE.
4. Enter a valid site description. Do not include HTML; do not exceed 30 words; do not add phrases such as ''and more'' or ''plus many others'' or give opinions such as ''the best''. Do not abbreviate, although country codes and other genealogical abbreviations are permitted. Examples are UK for United Kingdom; b. for born; or BDM for births, deaths and marriages.
Please include some indication of the geographic area covered, eg. ...worldwide, ...mainly Kentucky, ...origins in the UK and spread to Australia and Canada.
Examples of acceptable submissions:
Brown - One-name study including access to vital statistics, pedigrees, research registration, message board and associated links.
Baker: Australia - Evolution of the family line from convict to Prime Minister (1788-1988). Includes gedcom, colonial settlement, immigration and New South Wales registrations.
Milo Ancestors - Kinship of Sam Milo and Debbie Reynolds featuring the family coat of arms, pedigree charts and photographs. Also includes BDM index and census data for Glendale, California, USA.
Smith - Ancestors and descendants of Henry J Smith (b.1857) and wife Amber Seroma. Surnames include Brice, Childers, Mitchell and Felt. Focus is on the lineages of Yorkshire, UK.
Wheats of Cougar County - Family tree and photographs as compiled by Jenny Wheat. Features the descendants of Sam Turner, Albert Wheat and Penny Swatch, Washington, USA.
Zimmer/Bell/Timor/Wade Family History - Ancestral heritage and general interests of Paul Zimmer and Lucy Wade from Austin, Texas, USA.