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Members Interests


Although not unknown for a small group such as ours with members from all walks of life, and areas of research, to find another member of the same extended family amongst our group, you are more likely to find fellow researchers by posting your surname interests in a wider arena.

The difference between Surname interest postings and online family trees is that the former is simply a list of names, places and date ranges, as opposed to full family trees showing relationships and more.

Also consider message boards, many of which are by surname, where you can post a short message on who you are researching, where, and when.

If you have another site to recommend for this list, log in, and add a comment below.
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Have you considered:

NZ Society of Genealogists –  Members Interests
For members of the NZ Society of Genealogists only. Sign in and select MyAccount from the top menu.

Lost Cousins
Free to join but with further facilities available for subscribers. Produces an excellent newsletter.
This site relies on your entry of your family as enumerated (or indexed) in assorted census records, so if a match on that census entry is found, you have definitely found a match.
Covers several countries and census years.

By county within country: England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales.

Guild of One Name Studies
A register of people committed to researching, and sharing data on, the surnames listed.

Those lists run by many Genealogy societies, particularly regional ones in your research area of interest.
A hopefully growing list of these will be added to the Links section.



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