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Linkpendium: The Definitive Directory is being developed by the founders of RootsWeb, a popular genealogy community. It has more than 10 million genealogy links, categorized by localities in the United States and British Isles, as well as by surnames around the world.[1]

Those interested in their roots will find a wide variety of links to online resources that will help them to find their ancestors. Categories of genealogy links on Linkpendium include:

  • Genealogy Projects
  • Bible Records
  • Biographies, Oral Histories, Diaries, Memoirs, Genealogies, Correspondence
  • Cemeteries
  • Census Records and Indexes
  • Church Records
  • Court and Legal Records
  • Directories
  • Estate Records
  • Ethnic
  • History
  • Immigration and Naturalization Records
  • Introductions and Guides
  • Land Records
  • Libraries, Museums, Archives
  • Lookups
  • Mailing Lists and Message Boards
  • Maps and Gazetteers
  • Military Records and Histories
  • Miscellaneous Data
  • Newspaper Records
  • Obituaries and Funeral Home Records
  • Photographs, Postcards, Historical Images
  • School Records and Histories
  • Slaves, Slave Owners, and Slavery in General - Information
  • Societies
  • Surnames: Web Sites, Obituaries, Biographies, and Other Material Specific to a Surname
  • Tax List
  • Transportation and Industry
  • Vital Records

Usage by FamilySearch Research Wiki Contributors

FamilySearch Research Wiki contributors may deep link to specific pages in Linkpendium when resources are found that are not currently included in the Wiki.

FamilySearch Research Wiki contributors may not harvest links from Linkpendium. Linkpendium sets a 1,000 link limit to how many links can be harvested by any particular organization or website. To learn more, read Linkpendium's Acceptable Use Policy.


  1. "Linkpendium,", accessed 15 May 2012.


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