are any matches. Family historians are using the site to fill in gaps in their own research and also to find long lost relatives. The success stories for the site speak for themselves and are worth a read.
The ability to link to other trees is also an important feature as it can lead to greater collaboration between people that have been researching different branches of the same tree. The site is well designed, quick and easy to use and a must for any serious or even casual genealogist. It is free to join and free to search and you only start paying (£7.50 a year) when you want to contact other site members.
GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH LIBRARY FOR CANADA [w www.grl.com/Home_Eng.aspx
Have you an ancestral connection with Canada? Then this site is a must. The GRL is Canada's largest
DUN LOGHAIRE: The Genealogical Society of Ireland may help with your Emerald Isle research nation-wide online database and is designed to locate ancestors who lived anywhere in Canada during the period 1600 to 1900+. More than one-and-a-half million births, marriages and deaths were added to the index during 2004.
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