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We have made an effort to include mainly non-commercial resources as well as commercial resources that may be accessed at no charge from libraries and other institutions. If you wish to suggest a link for consideration, please keep in mind that it must be for genealogical research and we generally will not post links for CDs, DVDs, applications, etc. Please contact the Webmaster to suggest a link. The HFA reserves the right to use or reject any suggested link.

Note: The Hull Family Association offers this list as a public service and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information contained on these websites.

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Cemetery Record Locators

Census Records – United States

Many decennial U.S. Census records have been digitized as follows and are available at all National Archives facilities. Holders of public library cards often are given access to at least HeritageQuest Online from home.

Enumeration Districts (EDs) are useful in locating an individual for whom you know the address or neighborhood, but whose name has been mistranscribed in the above indexes.

  • SteveMorse.org – Obtaining EDs for 1900–1930 Censuses for large cities
  • USGenWeb – Ignore this page’s title (“Census Transcription Volunteer Assignment Status Index by State”) and click on a state to see ED info for some years

Census Records – Individual States

  • Research Guides – Information for some state census records and other censuses taken during non-Federal Census years




  • Sabina J. Murray’s Deciphering Old Handwriting – This accredited genealogist provides tips on reading handwriting in old documents

Histories and Biographies

Land Records

Libraries and Library Catalogs

  • Allen County Public Library – This county library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, houses a collection second only to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City
  • Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah – Founded in 1894 to gather genealogical records and assist member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, this library is the largest of its kind in the world, and is open to the public
  • Mid-Continent Public Library’s Midwest Genealogy Center, Independence, Missouri – The largest stand-alone public genealogy research facility in the United States
  • WorldCat – The world’s largest library catalog; many items are available using inter-library loan at your local library

Maps and Gazetteers

Military Records

  • Fold3 – A searchable database of military-related documents, many of them free

Newspapers and other Periodicals, and Books

Points of Interest and Key Localities

Societies and Other Organizations

Subscription Services

These services, which offer digitized versions of many of the National Archives records, often are available to researchers at no charge through public libraries. Using your library card you can often access these services from your home. These services are also available at The National Archives. When accessed through libraries these sites may not offer as many services as are offered to individual subscribers.

Surname Services

  • World Names Profiler – Search for a surname to view its geographical location and statistics about its ocurrence; also includes an area search and ethnicity search

Vital Records

Websites of General Genealogical Interest