Contains sites pertaining to the genealogy of one or more religious groups.
Describes printed, manuscript, and web resources for members of the "Church of the Brethren."
A directory of Huguenot sites.
Includes information from government, church (Catholic,Evangelical), and military sources. Primarily in German.
Find out about membership, genealogy links, and contact information for this organization established in 1885, to the preserve the history and genealogy of the members of the Protestant Reformation which took place in France during the 16th century.
Portal for descendants and researchers of French Huguenots, including a message board, free e-mail accounts, and related links.
Alsace, Dauphiné, Lyon, Normandie, Sancerre and Tours. Over 55.000 names. Includes links and a bibliography.
International resources available for researchers. Includes regional and surname research as well as frequently asked questions and new files.
French Huguenot genealogy resources for these counties in South Carolina.
New Jersey and New York churches, with details of what records are available.
Includes transcriptions of burial plots from about 20 cemeteries; contributions welcomed.
A repository of resources for enhancing your Quaker genealogical research.
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