Commercial Genealogical Sites

    These sites are commercial sites that either advertise a product for sale or offer database searching for a subscription fee. Being listed in this area does NOT mean that the Genealogy Forum endorses these companies in any way.

    Ancient Faces
    Listed as a visual genealogy exchange, this site lets you share old family photographs, recipes and stories. You may also find some of your own.

    Ancestral Quest
    A genealogy software program that will read and use files created in PAF. Includes multimedia support for pictures, sound, and video.

    Ancestry.com
    A subscription service with over 500 million names in over 2000 databases. Databases include indices to the U.S. Census (1790-1870), Periodical Source Index (PERSI), Early American marriage records, Civil War Research Database, and much more. Free searches available for the Social Security Death Index, Ancestry World Tree, and new databases (during a ten-day introduction). Books, software, and data CDs are also available for purchase.

    Family Buzz.com
    Offering an online meeting place for your family and friends, a family phone book, calendar, message board, and photo album. There is also a demo available.

    Family Forest
    Creator of genealogy data CDs focusing mostly on US Families.

    Family History Network
    Formerly known as Everton Publishers. Publisher of the Family History Magazine, and many genealogy reference books. Also has data CDs and other genealogy supplies available. Subscription service database including 85 million names.

    Family Tree 4-U
    Makers of customized charts, posters, labels and reunion shirts.

    Family Tree Maker
    The largest producer of genealogy CDs with over 240 titles available. Also producers the popular genealogy software program, Family Tree Maker.

    GenealogyLibrary.com
    A subscription database service produced by Family Tree Maker with over 2300 databases of primary and family-finding resources.

    Global Genealogy
    Provides "everything for the family historian" including software, books, maps, archival supplies, cd-rom databases, and more.

    Heritage Books
    Publisher of books in paper, cd-rom, and on the Internet, with over 1200 titles available in one or more of these media forms. Subscription service available to view the online books.

    Heritage Quest
    Formerly AGLL, Heritage Quest continues to carry microfilms for both purchasing and for renting. They also have digital microfilm available on CD (digital images) for the census and soundex. Books, data CD's, and software is also available for purchase.

    Higginson Books
    Publisher and bookseller that specializes in Genealogy and History. Also a good source of photo-reproductions of old books.

    Kindred Konnections
    Subscription service with over a billion names.

    Julian H. Preisler - Professional Genealogist
    A professional genealogist's website.

    Progeny Software
    Producer of Genelines software. Also includes CD-ROM databases on SAR Patriot Index, SAR Revolutionary War Graves Registrar, Acadian-Cajun Family Tree, Presidential Family Forest, and Social Security Death Index.

    The Tree Maker
    Source for blank or personalized 8 generation ancestral fan charts

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