Below are some links that I have found helpful. My Favorites are bolded.
If you would like me to add a link to your home page... or find any mistakes- just email me and I'll have it up in a flash! email@example.com
My Professional website - Here is what I do for a living...
RAWLS RAWLES RALLS GENEALOGY - Ronald Rawls' Page- This page gives a good history on the Rawls', with lot's of links. And Ron's own lineage- good page!
Ralls Net - Stephen Ralls This web page is primarily dedicated to the genealogy and history of Ralls, Rawls, and related families, all spelling variations included. Stephen has a pages on military records, History of the Ralls surname as well as his own lineage. There are more links to other Ralls, Rhals, Rawls etc pages. Great page!
Bobby Rawls Family Web Page- Bobby is probably the biggest collector of all Rawls info. He has inherited Henry Rawls' research and has comprehensive info on many Rawls family lines... If you don't see info on his page about your ancestor, email him. There is probably a good chance he can lead you in the right direction....GOOD Page Bobby!
Stephen Rawls- researching Rhals Ralls and Rawls
George Cranford - George has a lot of info and family lines of The North Carolina Cranfords Since 1745. He has history into England and facts about Cranfords in general, it is an easy page to access and research from.George L Cranford - This is George's new page..... he has links to other researchers and most of the info from his old page to date. He is still in the process of transferring all his pages.ftp
Cathy Cranford- Cathy has put together a great page on the Cranfords, she has a lot of info and links- a must if you are researching the Cranfords! She is also the listmom for the CRANFORD-L mail list at rootsweb. click here to join www.rootsweb.com
Roy Cranford - has put up a wonderful page that has Cranford history back to the 1200's in England.
Bud Cranford - Bud had his lineage and great Biographical History on his Cranfords- Great page Bud!
Tex Dick , Linda and Family- Tex has done a ton of research and taken his family line back to Ludwig Redwine of Germany b. 1699. Tex has been very helpful in filling in holes in our line. He also manages the Roots-L Redwine mailing list which keeps us all informed. His page is a must see!
Glen Gohr - Is a descendant of the Redwines through Cynthia O'Kelly. He has some very interesting history on the Redwines and his page has a very clean and easy format an is easy to follow the lineage. Bravo Glen!!!
Susan Dowell Davis- Susan is researching and
on the following Spiva siblings: Archibald,
Pleasant, Elisha, Jonathan. Other possibly related Spivas include Elza H Spiva. She has a copy of Jonas Spiva's will ca1828 and more soon to come!
I have found tons of cousins and resources joining surname mail lists at roots web. This is a good way to find people researching your family lines, I have found the lists very friendly and rewarding. It is completely free and your email address is never sold. If you aren't already subscribed, consider it.. it is worth opening every email! click here to join www.rootsweb.com
adams-index- Adams County MS
America's First Families, 1600s Colonial Ancestors
American Pioneer Held Captive or Killed By Indians
Ancestry.com - Home
Arkansas- Garland Co. Genealogy Searches
James M. Keller, Camp # 648
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Hot Springs, Arkansas
British Headquarters Papers, The Carleton Paper
Daughters of the American Revolution
Death Records: Online Searchable Death Indexes
LDS - Family Search.Org
Gendex - Gene Starks gedcom site
Genealogical Research at the National Archives
Online University: The
History of the Cherokee Indians
Index to Final Rolls
Index to Mackenzie's Colonial Families of the United States
Land Ownership Maps in the Library of Congress
native American guide
New England Genealogy
RootsWeb.com Home Page
San Francisco County Genealogy
"San Francisco Call" Database - Index 1869-1891
Trail of Tears-North Georgia History-
USGenWeb Archives Search Engine
Vital Records Information for United States
PEOPLE SEARCH -genealogy-resources - thank you Ms. Ward's 8th grade class! Have Fun
Trace Your Family Roots From Immigration to US Citizenship: A Genealogy Guide Thank you Ms. Ward's class!
Family PageLinks - Genealogy SearchLinks
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