Salt Lake Sites: Genealogy
Salt Lake City is an epicenter of Genealogical research. There are dozens of organizations committed to family research. This is a list of local web sites dedicated to the preservation of family history and genealogy.
- Ancestry.com (merchant profile)
Ancestry.com is a leader in the field of genealogy. They publish Genealogy.com, Rootsweb.com and Ancestry.com.
- FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service (familysearch.org)
family and genealogical research provided by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
- Heritage Consulting (www.heritageconsulting.com)
presents Family Discoveries - Family History Products and Genealogy Consulting. Professional family research.
- OneGreatFamily.com (merchant profile)
We are all part of one great family. This subscription software will let you contribute information on your segment of the great family tree.
- Utah Genealogical Association (www.infouga.org)
provides genealogical information, sources and education on worldwide topics through personal instruction and published media.
- ProGenealogists (www.progenealogists.com)
Professional Genealogists at the Family History Library!
- GenTracer (www.gentracer.com)
uses the microfilmed, electronic, and printed resources available at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City to research your genealogy.
- MyTrees.com (merchant profile)
MyTrees and Kindred Konnections provide tools for genealogical research and sharing your research with others. The MyTrees Component lets you build your own tree online.
- FEEFHS (feefhs.org)
Federation of East European Family History Societies.
- Feldstein Genealogy Services (feldstein.info)
Professional genealogist conducting research from Salt Lake City, Utah. Extensive experience with US, Poland, and Jewish records. Translations from Hebrew, Polish, and Russian. Also offering family newsletter publishing and web site development.
- Modern Welsh Leighs (www.welshleigh.org)
Web site containins genealogies, personal histories, and stories of the modern Leighs who descended from earlier Leigh families and their spouses in Wales
- Bergstedt, Christiansen, Paulsen Families (www.bergstedt.org)
Histories & genealogies of the Bergstedt, Christiansen, Paulsen families who migrated from Norway to Salt Lake City.
- Roots Web (*)
RootsWeb, a service of Ancestry.com, offers a massive collectiong of family history resources.
- Heirlines Family History & Genealogy (www.heirlines.com)
Professional genealogy research firm offering genealogy research and analysis package.
- Pratt Family Association (jared.pratt-family.org)
One of the oldest and largest family history organizations in the country, including histories, photographs, and genealogy for the families of Parley P. Pratt and Orson Pratt.
- Utah Jewish Genealogical Society (ujgs.org)
Our goal is to bring together Utah people interested in pursuing their Jewish family history.
- Utah Archives and Records Service (archives.utah.gov)
This page provides access to Utah Records of interest in Genealogical research.
- Family History Expos (www.fhexpos.com)
The Family History Expo is an annual exposition related to genealogy and family history research.
- Granite Genealogy (granitegenealogy.blogspot.com)
A blog from Sandy with genealogy information geared toward the Granite South and Tri-Stake FHC.
- Heirlines (heirlinesprofessionalgenealogy.com)
Heirlines offers professional genealogy services.
- RootsTech (www.rootstech.org)
A conference highlighting technology in family research.
- Price and Associates (pricegen.com)
Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty.
- Genealogy Trails (genealogytrails.com)
This site by the genealogy trails group provides free resources for people following genealogical trails through the Salt Lake Valley.
- Seelye/Seeley/Seely Genealogical Society (www.seeley-society.net)
This worldwide organization is working to preserve and make available for genealogical research the family records of Seeley ancestors going back to Captain Robert Seeley who immigrated to America from England in 1630, and Obadiah Seeley who appeared in the records of Stamford, CT in the 1640s.
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