An online index can be found here:
The index will return the roll and page # as well as the tribal designation.
The Family History Library in Salt Lake looks like it has book and a microfilm copy.
Here is a link for the call # for the film: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframese...++
Monasticon Anglicanum: a History of the Abbies and Other Monasteries, by Sir William Dugdale, Knight, published in 1825.
Available as pdf from Google books - http://books.google.com/books?id=VvpAAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA45&lpg=P....
This is a useful tool for Medieval English research as it verifies which knights and other nobles supported which monasteries, abbeys, hospitals, etc., with years that they gave support. People may move but institutions do not. You can trace where the knights took up residence by the support they gave to these institutions.
Family trees of US Politicians
Barbara Jean Shepard@barbara
I think that would be great if you had the links broken down by state.
I saw this website advertised on Facebook, it's like FindAGrave called Gravestone Spotter:
Allen County Library, Ft. Wayne Indiana
Extensive Irish resources (requires subscription)
Just got back from Essex Soc. Gen., Inc. , over in Lynnfield. they meet at the Cong. Church. Last time they discussed inter net sites, but I wasn't able to go. Asked if i could get a copy of that meeting. They said it will appear in their magazine in a couple of months and since I officially joined today I will be getting the magazines , which I beleave come out every two or three months. When I get them I will post hem and you can all read them. Maybe something will help someone out.
I didn't notice this in the list
Its Heritage Quest online
You must have a Bar code (my number is on my library card) to use it
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Ways to preserve old documents. Website recommended by librarian at Library of Congress.
Pennsylvania Digital Archives
From various museums and libraries.
List of dozens and dozens of links to Historical and Archaeological Societies in Ireland.
Not on the internet and not free, but a great resource for buying family genealogy books. I have found several well written genealogy books about families in my tree that are well written with references and numerous old pictures. Worth the $15.
Lots of Irish books and links
Searchable 1901 and 1911 Ireland census from the National Archives
Long list of Irish genealogy links from the National Archives
Genealogies of US Presidents
List of all landowners in The Doomsday Book with a short bio.
From Boston College, list of 37,000 searchable ads from family and friends looking for Irish immigrants in the mid-1800s. Includes county of origin in Ireland.