Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
The National Park Service and other agencies have combined efforts to offer this database of information about those who served in the Civil War.
Those tracing English ancestry may find clues to their past using the Domesday Book. Its described by the National Archives of the United Kingdom as the result of William the Conquerers desire to know about all taxable property in his kingdom.
Dynastree offers this site which maps the distribution of surnames across the United States. It may help genealogists decide where to look next in their research.
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild Passenger Lists
Ship passenger lists that may not be found elsewhere can be viewed here.
Immigration Records from the National Archives
The National Archives offers this database of records of many immigrants who arrived in the United States from Ireland, Germany, Italy and Russia.
Land Patents 1831 – 1969 in Missouri
The Missouri Secretary of State offers this database of those who received title to parcels of land that were donated by the federal government to the state in the 1800s.
Libraries and Museums Reference Shelf for the Genealogist and Family Historian
Consult this site for many valuable links to genealogy-related websites.
Missouri Birth & Death Records Database, Pre-1910
The Missouri Secretary of States office allows you to search for birth and death records online, for selected years and locations.
Missouri Death Certificates, 1910 – 1955
You can search here for death certificates for many Missourians who died between 1910 and 1955. Not all records are available yet. Search by name, county, and date.
Missouri Military Records
The Missouri Secretary of State’s office offers information from military records covering the years 1812 to World War I. There are brief records for many but not all Missourians who served.
Missouri State Genealogical Association
The Missouri State Genealogical Association site offers many useful links to agencies and their online resources for those researching genealogy.
Nationwide Gravesite Locator
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs offers this site, which allows the user to search for the burial sites for veterans who were laid to rest after 1997.
Native American Genealogy Sources
Access Genealogy offers information about Native American genealogy from sources like the Baker Roll, Dawes Roll, Drennan Roll, Guion Miller Roll, and more.
Online Missouri Death Records and Indexes
This site offers links to many sources of Missouri death and cemetery records. Some sites offer these services for a fee.
Passenger List Collection from the National Archives and Records Administration
The National Archives offers selected ship passenger arrival records. Russian, Irish, German, and Italian records are included, along with certain other records of value to genealogists.
Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
A great deal of valuable information is available here for the budding genealogist.
Service Personnel Not Recovered Following World War II
Service Personnel Not Recovered Following World War II may help fill gaps in family trees. A link to records of those buried at sea during World War II is included.
Slave Registers of Former British Colonial Dependencies
The British government collected this information from 1812 to 1834. Registration is necessary, but access is free.
State Historical Society of Missouri
The site of the State Historical Society of Missouri provides a directory of county and local historical agencies, and a listing of the Missouri newspaper microfilm in its collection.
Where to Write for Vital Records
Where to Write for Vital Records provides addresses and fee information for each state, to be used when requesting copies of birth and death records. Instructions are provided for each state, for obtaining copies of marriage and divorce records.
World War II Casualty Listing by State and Cemetery
Those looking for information about those who served in the military can search records for World War I through the Korean War.