Genealogical hints and information about different genealogical-related challenges.
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There are many programs on the market to present your ancestry chart in a better view than the standard programs. Some of these tools are free, but many require payment. This is a part of what is available on the market.
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|Family Tree Builder (MyHeritage)||Free pedigree software|
|GeneWeb||Free pedigree software|
|Legacy Standard Edition||Pedigree software with a free standard version|
|Genery||Pedigree software with a free standard version|
|GenoPro||Pedigree software with a full-featured free trial|
|RootsMagic||1||Pedigree software with a feature-limited free trial|
|Ancestral Quest||Pedigree software with a feature-limited free trial|
|Legacy Deluxe Edition||Pedigree software|
|Ages!||Pedigree software with a feature-limited free trial|
|Family Tree Heritage Platinum||Pedigree software with a feature-limited free trial|
|GEDitCOM II||Pedigree software with a time-limited free trial|
|Genealogy Pro||Pedigree software with a time-limited free trial|
|Heredis||Pedigree software with a time-limited free trial|
|MacFamily Tree||Pedigree software with a feature-limited free trial|
|Family Tree Maker (by Ancestry.com)||Pedigree software|
|iFamily||Pedigree software with a time-limited free trial|
|Reunion||Pedigree software with a feature-limited free trial|
|GedPage||Converts GEDCOM files to HTML|
1 Requires purchase of additional software (MacBridge for RootsMagic)
When making genealogical research on the Internet, very often the most helpful sites are hidden or not in the top-listings. This site will help you to find these hidden treasures. If a link is broken, please inform us.
Sometimes you will not know where to look for a location because the locality names have frequently changed over the last centuries. The best way to search for an old locality name is to use a gazetteer, in connection with old maps. The following maps are available at the moment (sorted by country and area):