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From: "Jo Hartman" <>
Subject: [CENSUS-CHAT-L] Fw: Mayflower, Plymouth and Nova Scotia URLs
Date: Mon, 5 Jul 1999 15:01:47 -0700


Forwarding websites I collected last week to the list as I have received
several more inquiries about it. I included the Nova Scotia links as our
line from Stephen Hopkins migrated there.

Jo
Subject: Mayflower, Plymouth and Nova Scotia URLs

> These are URLs I found interesting or helpful in the past week. Also, once
> you have a line to identify, make sure to search on those
> names as others may have already done some geneology work for you!
>
> MAYFLOWER INFO:
>
> Caleb Johnson's Mayflower webpages, extensive site including info about
> rumors and
> errors in documented lineages, and very interesting links. Best Mayflower
> site.
> http://members.aol.com/calebj/mayflower.html
>
> Scan of the original Mayflower Compact
> presented by Plymouth Schools, click back button for signers, period art
> etc.
> http://www.pilgrims.net/plymouth/schools/Pilgrim_Material/Compact_Scan.htm
>
> Through the Looking Glass, an extensive website with Mayflower family info
> http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/
>
> PLYMOUTH AND AREA
>
> USGenWeb, Plymouth, MA geneology site
> includes census, maps, query board
> http://www.rootsweb.com/~macplymo/
>
> GenForum for Massachusettes and counties, a public forum for posting
> inquiries
> http://genforum.genealogy.com/ma/
>
> Plimouth On the Web
> website about rebuilt museaum of old Plymouth town,
> many interesting facts and stories, library section has extensive list of
> Plymouth bibliographies
> http://www.plimoth.org/Museum/museum.htm
>
> :Cape Cod Geneologies, includes some info on other area descendants
(36,000
> individuals) as well as some Mayflower passengers.
> http://www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/allen/allenhp.htm
>
> Paul McBride's geneology pages, extensive list of Mayflower and Royal New
> England lineages, though not complete Mayflower list, has long lineages
for
> others, pretty good for just one person's lineage!
> http://www.tiac.net/users/pmcbride/genweb.html
>
> Harry C. Hadaway's Mayflower and Cape Cod area lineages, 15,000 names
> http://www.gendex.com/users/hhadaway/hadaway/hadawaypage.htm
>
>
>
> NOVA SCOTIA/ CANDADA INFO:
> (Also search on USGenWeb counties for Nova Scotia)
>
> Cyndi's List of Canadian/Nova Scotia sites. I haven't checked all these
out.
> As you read more about the Mayflower lineages, these sites may shed some
> clues to family lines and travels.
> http://www.cyndislist.com/novascot.htm#Records
>
> Canadian cemetary records, including Nova Scotia, not complete but might
be
> of help as it is updated
> http://www.interment.net/can/
>
> Map of Novia Scotia, showing counties, from the Dept. of Housing and
> Municipal Affairs
> http://www.gov.ns.ca/homa/muns/info/counties/counties.htm
>
> Annapolis County, Nova Scotia GenWeb project,
> this site also inlcudes lists and links of government, historical and
> genealogy societies for Nova Scotia and Canada
> http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/8368/
>
> South Shore Geneology Society
> Interesting pages mostly of Lunnenburg with extensive cemetery listings
and
> photos, but no surname indexes
> http://www.rootsweb.com/~nslssgs//index.htm
>
> Nova Scotia Geneology Network Assoc.
> lists many NS geneology societies and research resources
> http://www.shelburne.nscc.ns.ca/nsgna/
>

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