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Research Resources

While some of the information you find in this website may be a helpful start to researching your family tree, you will likely need to do much more digging to piece together the important names, dates and historical facts of your own individual family. Following are some online resources that you may find helpful in your research.

(Important note: More and more primary research material is being transcribed and published on the internet every day. You may find it helpful, therefore, to keep checking back with certain websites and to peruse search results regularly.)


Free Websites

The U.S. Gen Web Project: Help for Genealogy Researchers

Family Search

Cyndi's List

Ancestors: A State by State Resource Guide

The National Archives

Association of Professional Genealogists: Hiring a Professional



Pay Websites With Some Extensive Databases

Genealogy Bank



Software Programs for Organizing Your Family Tree Information

Reunion (for Apple Macintosh users)

Family Tree Maker (for Microsoft Windows Users)

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Michael's Top Ten Tips


With so much information to track down, organize and make sense of, researching your family tree can seem like a daunting task. Michael offers his top ten tips for making sense of the mayhem....

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Registry of Fellow Researchers


Several amateur genealogists are registered with the Tormey Family History Website as Fellow Researchers actively involved in researching Tormey history...

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Message Boards


Searching for a missing link or lost family member? Visit interactive message boards where you can post research queries and review the messages left by other site visitors...

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