The following links were among those shared during the presentation at Tri-Conference in Wichita April 13, 2000. This is not meant to be inclusive, but a sampling of sites available when using the internet to research in Kansas, The KSGenWeb Project, and additional links.



Putting Kansas Genealogy on the Web. Links to additional resources for researching in Kansas.

KSGenWeb Archives/Digital Library

On line resources including county history, military, obituary, and much more....

Kansas County Links

Brief Overvue of some of the KSGenWeb county resources on Blue Skyways.

Resources for each Kansas county and links to additional resources by county.

This page includes basic information such as when each county was created, parent county, county seat, and KSGenWeb county coordinator.

Or make your selection from a clickable map of Kansas showing each county.

Kansas Links

Links to additional Kansas resources.


Research Helps

Getting started and organizing your material are often a frustrating or haphazard task for the beginner, as well as the more experienced family tracer. This page is designed to YOU in organizing and doing your research. This page, like Topsy "just grewed." To help organize it in some manner that might prove more helpful, the existing files have been regrouped from a purely aphabetical order into a "group" order.

My Learning Center

Created by Linda Haas Davenport has information for the new (and not so new) genealogist.


National Genealogical Society

Cyndi's List

More than 62,800 links! 50,150 links, categorized & cross-referenced, in over 120 categories Another 12,650+ uncategorized new links in the works

The USGenWeb Project

This is the home page for The USGenWeb Project. We are a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. This Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free access for everyone.


Threaded query lists for surnames, counties, and states.


A genealogical data exchange where visitors and researchers alike can go to find specific persons, and exchange specific data with one another. The GenExchangeTM is the oldest of the now popular data-based genealogy web sites, forging new territory and show casing emerging technologies in 1996 to become the third largest non-commercial genealogy project on the internet today.


The internet's oldest and largest free genealogy community.

Genealogy Resources on the Internet

There is a wealth of genealogy resources on the Internet that can be accessed through Mailing Lists, USENET Newsgroups, anonymous File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Gopher, World Wide Web, Telnet, and E-Mail. This web site is an inventory of these resources based on personal investigation and the consolidation of information received from others too numerous to mention (we do thank you all). Created and maintained by John Fuller and Chris Gaunt.

Americal Local History Network, Inc.

Historical and Genealogical links by location and subject matter.

United States Internet Genealogical Society

USIGS - Bringing the document through the web to your modem and you.


They came for a season, they left and went where? Why did they go and who went with them? So many questions about the migration of our ancestors.

Matt Helm's Genealogy Toolbox

Established in 1995, consists of seven sites designed to provid the tools necessary for genealogists to use the internet to disdcover their family's history.


For fee service. Some items are searchable free.

Family Search Internet Genealogy Service

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints


The United States Genealogy Network (USGenNetª) supports and provides Safe-Siteª Services on the Internet for not-for-profit Historical & Genealogical organizations.

New River Valley Historical Notes

Contains transcriptions of many original records for areas such as Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Maryland.

Indiana State Library - Genealogy Division

Includes a database of Indiana marriages through 1850 for all counties.

Bureau Of Land Management - General Land Office Records

The Official Federal Land Patent Records Site - Welcome to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), General Land Office (GLO) Records Automation web site. We provide live database access to Federal land conveyance records for the Public Land States. Image access is provided to more than two million Federal land title records for Eastern Public Land States, issued between 1820 and 1908. Images of Serial patents, issued between 1908 and the mid-1960's are currently being added to this web site. Due to organization of documents in the GLO collection, this web site does not currently contain every Federal title record issued for the listed states.

Social Security Death Index

The Library of Virginia

The LVA Digital Library Program

Daughters of the American Revolution

Sons of the American Revolution

Updated 12/15/2012