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Genealogically-related Reference Sites

Have you ever found yourself wondering what day of the week an ancestor's birth date was on? Have you ever had to figure out the difference between Gregorian and Julian Dates? What about translating between Moslem, Jewish, and Western-style dates? There are many sites online which will convert calendar dates for you, estimate a birth date from information, or display a perpetual calendar. These handy calendar sites aren't strictly for genealogists, but they can be very helpful.

The U.S. National Genealogy Society page (NGS) is not restricted in its usefulness to U.S. researchers--there are many items which can be helpful to all genealogists, such as George Archer's NetGuide, information on genealogy numbering systems, registry of genealogy products, and more. The U.S. National Genealogy Society

People who relish blank forms and charts will be delighted to know about the many online temptations available: pedigree charts, Family Group Sheets, correspondence charts, relationships charts, and much more can be found in ASCII or PDF format (PDF is Adobe Acrobat formatted text & graphics combined; to read a .PDF file you need to use an Adobe Acrobat Reader program, freely available for download at

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