Useful Links  
    Here are a variety of internet links that you may find useful in your research. These cover a variety of topics. If you have one you'd like to see added or find a broken link, send it to me at

General Research

Old English Handwriting Examples
Nationwide Gravesite Locator
US GenWeb
North Carolina State Archives
The Library of Virginia
South Carolina Department of Archives and History
FamilySearch - Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah

US National Archives and Records Administration
Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
The National Archives of the United Kingdom
The US Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Vital Records Information - State Index

DNA Testing

Family Tree DNA (Our testing lab)
National Geographic Genographic Project
DNA-Newbies - Yahoo Group
Chris Pomery's DNA Portal
International Society of Genetic Genealogists
The Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation
Y-Search - Public YDNA Database
Charles Kertchers Genetic Genealogy Information
Human Genome Project


The National Genealogical Society
Association of Professional Genealogists
National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
The National Society, Colonial Dames of the 17th Century
Sons of Confederate Veterans

Specific Williams Families

Williams-Taylor-Hughes Families - Bruce Williams:

Randolph Stanley Williams Family - Bill Farrell:

Williams Australia!! Web page put together by Annie:

Williams family of Tecumseth Township, Simcoe County, Ontario by Lydia Alexander:

David Williams family of Wilkes Co., North Carolina by Elsie Arcuri:

William C. Williams Welsh Immigrant - American Businessman by Jeffrey L. Thomas:

Juliet Merritt Ripley-Williams Diary Home Page by Judith Loebel:
The home page for the diary and history of the Ripley-Williams family of White Creek, N.Y. , Saginaw & Onaway Mi. You will find links from this page to a transcript of Mrs. Williams diary and some pictures of her home, the area that she lived in, and many of the grave markers of people mentioned in her diary.

The Williams Family in Pennsylvania - Robert W. Williams:
Researching the Williams family, who arrived in southeastern Pennsylvania from Wales, England, Germany and Holland in 1683 and after.

William Williams Family by Daniel Williams:

Hypothetical Descendants of John Williams of Montgomery Twp, PA:

Patriarchs of John L. Williams Jr.

A Biography of William Williams, signer of the Declaration of Independence:

The Williams family from Matthew Williams (early 1600s) by Judson Williams:
Williams in Weathersfield CT and their migration to Essex County NJ. The site is rich in biographical material and early portraits and Revolutionary war period head stones.

John Henry Williams Military Service by Jill Sybalsky

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