CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN NETWORK
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Brethren Miscellaneous Genealogy Lists
Welcome to the Church of the Brethren Network of Genealogy & History resources. Perhaps you are like many people, desiring to know more about themselves by getting to know their ancestors. We hope that our resources will offer you a place to start. Review our lists, individual contributions, or surf to other genealogical and historical web sites. You may just find that long lost ancestral link to your family tree. Our genealogy section is divided into five documents: Church Records, Miscellaneous Lists, other genealogical Web Sites, Libraries, and Photographs having genealogical archives. Each section offers a very different resource for locating your ancestors, heritage, ethnic culture, and historical traditions. You may also wish to review Brethren Groups in order to distinguish the many sub-groups using the word Brethren in their denominational title. Thanks for stopping by. We hope you enjoy our resources, and perhaps today you will find that elusive ancestral link!
RootsWeb FTP Directories
State/County Navigate through these Windows File Manager style directories to locate an extensive resource of information, such as; family Bibles, church records, biographies, histories, land transfers, marriages, births, cemeteries, military records, census data, and tax lists. Each top level directory begins with each State and continues through most Counties.
State/County Navigate through maps and tables to locate numerous outlined information, such as; marriages, births, cemeteries, military records, census data, surnames, tax lists, obituaries, with the additional capability of lookup and query.
Ship Arrivals / Passenger ListsAllen: List of names sailing with Alexander mack from Rotterdam, James Craigie, Master, September 11, 1729
Census\Naturalization\Land Grants\Baptisms\Maps1790-1890 Census Records: Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
Cemetery RecordsA Grave Affair
Individual ContributionsBrethren Genealogy List Server Archive - RootsWeb
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