Crowson, Conder, Granger & Bolender-Bolander-Bolinger FamiliesRESEARCH LINKSSoundex Convertor
Use the this link to find the Soundex Code for your surnames. The Soundex was used to index names listed in the 1880, 1900 and 1920 U. S. Federal Census.
The Inflation Calculator
This might be of interest to you in wills, census reports, and other genealogy source documents. This calculator adjusts any given amount of money for inflation, according to the Consumer Price Index, from 1800 to 1999.
Explanation About Relationships
Figuring out those COUSINS!!
Deciphering Old Handwriting
A tutorial on from a course taught by Sabina J. Murray. This web site has other helpful "how to" information.
Genealogy Searching Center - A great way to search online databases by surname!
Genealogy Search Engines - Many, many search engines on this page!
GenSeeker - Rootsweb Site Search Engine
USGenWeb Archives Search
USGenWeb SSDI Search
Rootsweb U. S. Town/Country Database - Interactive Search
Rootsweb WorldConnect GEDCOM Search
Rootsweb Immigrant Transcribers Guild Search - Ship arrival records.
Truly Searchable Genealogy Sites
Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office - Search and order online! Provides live database and image access to Federal land title records for Eastern Public Land States, issued 1820-1908.
TX State Library & Archives Online Searches
Index to TX Confederate Pension Applications - Search & order online!
Index to Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836-1935 - Search online!
Corinth National Cemetery Information Database - Search Burial Records!
USGS/Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)
Geographic Nameserver - Great tool to find which county a town/city is in!
TopoZone.com - Great mapping tool.
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