sites.rootsweb.com Roots web
www.familysearch.org Latter Day Saints Genealogy site.
www.gencircles.com GEDCOM sharing site.
www.mytrees.com Subscription site but there are ways you can work for research time without cash.
www.worldgenweb.org From here you can find the internet address of any county that participates in the GenWeb project.
www.ancestry.com Yes this is a subscription service but if you use their search engine it will let you look at a GEDCOM sharing database and the Social Security Death index (USA) for free. They also offer a free family tree software which I have used for over a year now without complaint.
daddezio.com Cemeteries in the United States, Canada and Australia
interment.net Cemeteries of the United States of America - American
Find A Grave
Find Ancestral Photographs And Family History At Dead Fred
The Religious Society of Friends
The Quaker Corner
THE QUAKER COLLECTION
For a Free copy of genealogy software from Ancesrty.com Click here. If you have any questions please e mail me and I will try to help. I'm no expert but I have been using the program for a year and know my way around the program.
Speaking of Census here are a few sources for **Free Census ** if you find this helpful please sign up to be a volunteer transcriber. The more people transcribing the faster we will have all of the US Census available free and not have to pay subscriptions!
Rootsweb - Census - Completed Transcriptions
US GenWeb had a census project in which volunteers (Like myself) transcribe census images into text files which are posted on the web for free viewing. This project is **far** from complete, but it's worth a look. Keep coming back to it because it is updated every week. The national project manager was the only one preparing the files for uploading and she had some family emergencies last year and a back log got created. Now there are other people assisting her and the backlog is starting to get cleared up. One other link:
Rootsweb - Census - States
This is also part of the US GenWeb project and is where volunteers look to see what counties are available for transcription. If you choose a state and a year (census are taken in the US every 10 years in the year ending with a 0, Canada and UK is every 10 years ending in 1) it will show you a chart of counties. Look in the "links" column. Some of the companies which sell census CDs donate low resolution images of census. If there are some for the county and year that you are looking for there will be a link in that column. These images can be downloaded to your hard drive by right clicking on the link and clicking on "Save Picture As..." in the pop-up menu.