Genealogy Related Links
CAMBRIDGESHIRE (& surrounding area) research links.
- Cambridgeshire Family History Society. - Join, buy a couple of genealogy Cd's at member prices and you have your membership joining costs back virtually straight away.
- Cambridgeshire Look-up Exchange - Volunteers willing to help with Cambridgeshire look-ups for you.
- Carlton cum Willingham - Photographs, Maps, Parish Registers, Census Info, Kelly's directories and lots lots more..
- Castle Camps, Shuddy Camps, and Bartlow - Well worth a look.
- Genuki - Cambridgeshire - Without doubt the number one place for overall subject coverage.
- Soham Roots (plus 1851 census) - No Flack's here, but loads of relations I bet. (I enjoyed it anyway)
- Roll of Honour - records of those who lost their lives in the Wars.
- Chrishall -Census & Family Trees 1841,1881,1891,1901 census information.
- Lakenheath 2000 A Website of Information for Residents and Visitors.
General UK research links
- The Workhouse- A Fascinating History of UK Workhouse with lots of associated Census Info.
- Old maps of UK Towns/Villages
WORLDWIDE research links
- Interment.net- Cemetery Transcription Library includes UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, USA and more.
- Genealogy Topsites
- Scotlands People - Governement website wih access to very good information.
AUSTRALIAN research links
- Convicts to Australia - A Guide to Researching Your Convict Ancestors
- Tasmanian Genealogy - Dedicated to providing useful information and resources for people researching Tasmanian history and genealogy.
- Colonial Tasmanian Family Links Database
- Tasmania 'E' Heritage Library
- Western Australian Metropolitan Cemeteries Board - recent Flack Burials.
U.S.A research links
- Ohio, Logan County - Cemeteries - Perry Township - East Liberty Cemetery Inscriptions.
- Pennsylvania - Genealogy in Pennsylvania.
- West Virginia Vital records
Lots of Websites with FLACK's in their trees here.
Flack Message Boards
A few of the large genealogy sites run 'Message Boards' - where you can leave FLACK questions and hope someone sees the message and replies. They are often an excellent source of information.
Message Boards can be found at the following sites (in no particular order):-
- Ancestry.com A true Flack message board.
- Genealogy.com - Genforum A true Flack message board.
- Cambridgshire Surname list from GENUKI Certainly not a true Flack message board - but as the Cambridge area seems to be close to the Flack epicentre - then its not a bad place to register your Flack surname interest (or look for help).
- soc.genealogy.britain - This isn't actually a web message board (its a USENET NEWSGROUP)- but if you use 'internet explorer' then this is a FREE newsgroup which is VERY WELL used by UK researchers. It's UK 'general' as opposed to Flack 'specific' - but well worth a visit. If anyone wants a hand setting it up on your computer then just send me an email.
- John Fuller expands on all the USENET NEWSGROUPS on his webpage here.
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