Running a web site is not as easy as people think -- it takes time, energy and money. Webmasters spend countless hours building their sites, and spend hundreds of dollars to keep them up and running.
At Genealogy Today we understand how difficult this can be, and sometimes impossible to continue. Rather than see quality sites disappear forever, we have established a small fund designated to preserve these efforts.
On an ongoing basis, Genealogy Today, acquires, transitions and integrates web sites onto our own servers. (If you are a webmaster and need some assistance, please feel free to contact us) Below are some of the sites we have successfully preserved.
Joined September 2005 ( Announcement ) genealogy-links.co.uk
Genealogy Today has reached an agreement to purchase Genealogy-Links.co.uk, an innovative site focusing on central England research developed in January 2000.
Joined August 2004 ( Announcement ) genweekly.com
Genealogy Today has reached a definitive agreement with GenWeekly, the newsletter designed to help individuals of all ages and genealogical experiences, to takeover the role of publisher for the paid subscription service.
Joined February 2004 awesomegenealogy.com
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Awesome Genealogy web site.
Joined January 2004 ( Announcement ) findlostones.com
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Find Lost Ones people finder web site. Launched in October 2001, this site includes over 8,000 listings for lost love ones - missing child, relatives, schoolmates, military or prior work colleagues, old neighbors, genealogy search, etc..
Joined December 2003 ( Announcement ) personsmissing.com
Genealogy Today announced the acquisition of the Missing Persons Register, one of the Internet's oldest free people finding services. Launched in 1996, the Missing Persons Register focused on reuniting family members in Australia and New Zealand, but quickly expanded to cover additional countries.
Joined June 2003 ( Announcement ) yourfamily.com
Genealogy Today has been selected to market and manage the day-to-day operations of Yourfamily.com, an interactive genealogy site launched in 1996. Yourfamily.com is designed to help family researchers break down brick walls and locate lost relatives and ancestors.
Joined April 2003 ( Announcement ) lineageweb.com
Genealogy Today is proud to announce the addition of LineageWeb to its family of sites. Launched in 1999 as an online tree for other family members to view, this site quickly expanded into hosting other families' pedigrees.
Joined March 2003 ( Announcement ) ancestorquest.com
Genealogy Today announced the addition of Ancestor Quest to its family of sites. AQ started off in 1996 as a single page of Passenger List links, and was launched to help people find their roots.
Joined January 2003 ( Announcement )
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce the acquisition of the "Help! I'm Lost!" -- a beginner web site that has been online since 1998, and was formerly known as The Lost Husbands Guide to On-Line Genealogy.
Joined November 2002 ( Announcement ) ukgenealogy.co.uk
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce the acquisition of UK Genealogy, one of the leading genealogy starting points for British research. The site will be merged with the existing UK Edition at Genealogy Today, which includes the popular "Atlantic Crossings" column by Phil Westwood.
Joined October 2002 ( Announcement ) surnamefinder.com
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce the acquisition of Surname Finder, a genealogy specific search engine. Complementing the existing search facilities of Genealogy Today, this new search engine will add new capabilities.
Joined June 2002 ( Announcement ) adoptionpuzzle.com
Genealogy Today announced the acquisition of Adoption Puzzle, a directory site for adoption research. This site brings you everything about adoption: Search Tools, Registries, Mailing Lists, Support, and more for Adoptees, Birth Parents and Adoptive Parents.
Joined May 2002 ( Announcement ) giwww.org
Genealogy Today and Eastern Digital Resources are pleased to announce the re-launch of the Genealogist's Index to the World Wide Web, a meta-search engine designed specifically for genealogical research.
Joined May 2002 ( Announcement ) barreloflinks.com
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce its responsibility as the new management group for John Lacombe's popular Barrel of Genealogy Links. The award-winning "barrel" site is organized in four different categories: the original genealogy barrel, Civil War resources, family-oriented sites and commercial genealogy sites.
Joined November 2001 ( Announcement )
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce the acquisition of Genealogy World founded at Enoch.com in 1996. This project is a collection of online databases, references, articles and other resources.
Joined July 2001 ( Announcement ) stategensites.com
Genealogy Today is pleased to announce that it will become the new home for the StateGenSites database of over 20,000 genealogy links.
Joined August 2000 ( Announcement )
GenealogyToday.com is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Serendipity project founded by Joanne Barun, operator of The Gene Pool web site. This project is a collection of unique stories submitted by genealogists about their most surprising research discoveries.
Joined July 2000 ( Announcement ) familytreeclimbers.com
GenealogyToday.com is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Family Tree Climbers ("FTC") project created by Lesa and John Karwoski. The FTC project consists of a series of services and database for helping researchers find answers to all sorts of genealogy questions.
Joined May 2000 ( Announcement )
GenealogyToday.com is pleased to announce the acquisition of the First Name Basis ("FNB") project created by Christine Biship Smith. The FNB project consists of a series of research services based on the novel concept of finding a relative by searching for their first name.
Joined January 2000 ( Announcement ) gencity.com
The site known as GenCity.com has merged with "What's New in Genealogy... Today!" (GenealogyToday.com). All of the features from GenCity.com are being migrated over to GenealogyToday.com, in fact many already have. This merger will form one of the largest up-and-coming genealogy news/portal sites on the Internet.
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