Other Genealogy Databases to assist in your research.
African American Cemeteries
Lists grave records for several states.
AfriGeneas provides resources for researching African related ancestry.
Online birth, marriage, death, census, church and other indexes, free PAF (Personal Ancestral File) family history software, charts and research classes online.
Family Tree Magazine
Offers free forms, lessons, monthly podcast and tips on family research. Also has a section for children.
Find a Grave
Thirty-eight million grave records.
Kansas State Historical Society
Holdings include historical records, microfilm, state and local government records, artifacts and photos. They also offer inter-library loans of their microfilm to local libraries.
The Midwest Afro-American Genealogical Interest Coalition (M.A.G.I.C.) promotes genealogy and family history through the presentation of structured classes, exhibition of genealogies, guest lectures and tours of agencies which are considered sources of genealogical interest.
Midwest Genealogy Center
The MGC features 52,000 square feet of space to house all the resources and technology genealogists need to research. Several databases are available online with a Mid-Continent library card.
Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative
This database currently contains over 185,000 records from 87 counties. Information found in this database includes: births and stillbirths pre-1910, death records 1910-1958.
Social Security Death Index (SSDI)
The Social Security Administration Death Master File contains information on millions of deceased individuals with United States social security numbers whose deaths were reported to the Social Security Administration. Birth years for the individuals listed range from 1875 to last year. Information in these records includes name, birth date, death date, and last known residence.
The USGenWeb Project consists of a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States.