I am interested in someone who loves to do family research, Needing help in Jones County, Georgia, can’t seem to find the same site I was using

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  1. kakkie60 wrote on :

    I do enjoy genealogy and ancestry research. I am leaving on a 6 week vacation to multiple countries in a few days. I would like to help when I return in August. I am sorry that you caught me at a bad time, But I WILL be back. kakkie60

  2. Ultimate-Genealogy wrote on :

    Ancestry.com is offering search for FREE through July 8th (midnight ET) start there. Then try http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gajones/ and http://gagen.i-found-it.net/jones.html

  3. trishc wrote on :

    I am a professional genealogist who specializes in GA research. I used to live in Statesboro, just outside of Savannah and really enjoyed learning about GA’s wonderful history. What genealogical question do you have?

  4. ceirrageorgia wrote on :

    I have been doing family research for over 30 years. I just retired to do it full-time. I live in Georgia but not Jones County. All of the suggestions for free sites are great suggestions. I have a blog you also might like to follow at ceirrageorgia.blogspot.com. Good luck with your family research.

  5. relativelycurious wrote on :

    Here are a couple –
    Georgia’s Virtual Vault: http://cdm.sos.state.ga.us/index.php
    Digital Library of Georgia: http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/?Welcome
    There are several more free Georgia websites on the Internet Genealogy toolbar I created – it’s completely free to download and use, no advertising, spyware or anything, and the websites don’t link you back to subscription sites – just the good, free stuff. Download the toolbar – all free – at http://relativelycurious.ourtoolbar.com

  6. MaryDouglass wrote on :

    Try the Association of Professional Genealogists http://www.apgen.org for someone to help you. You may search by location. Another option is to Google “Jones County, Georgia genealogy.” That will take you to several free sites specific to that county. One of my favorites is USGenWeb which probably has a volunteer assigned to Jones County GA.

  7. Kathleen Riley-Daniels wrote on :

    Here are some links to get you started. If you need assistance, you can check with APG for local folks. Association of Professional Genealogists http://bit.ly/L0PSlo

    I like the Georgia Virtual Vault too. Georgia’s Virtual Vault : Home http://bit.ly/N9uJnH They also offer Confederate Pension Applications which may be helpful.

    Jones County Georgia GAGenWeb http://bit.ly/MK5r1c

    If you were on a free site, it may have been one of these. Top 10 Free Genealogy Websites to Find Ancestors http://bit.ly/LZU5XT

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  8. nanjones wrote on :

    Whatever site you go to the best one to use is the genweb project that has done lots of cemeteries, etc. Also the local historical society or genealogical society can be of help. Some places will scan the document and e-mail it to you. State library and archives are also a big help.

  9. aaevansdc wrote on :

    It depends on what you want to find, but you could also try Georgia State Archves at

    If you know the county, suggest you locate the county main library; they can be very helpful. Good luck.

  10. sblimes wrote on :

    I love helping others find their ancestors. Please check out my website at: http://bblimes.wix.com/blimes-research-services
    Here are some of the websites that may be helpful to you.
    Genealogical Sites for Jones County, Georgia
    USGenWeb – http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gajones/
    Cemetery Info – http://www.friendsofcems.org/jones/default1.htm
    Vital Records – http://www.linkpendium.com/genealogy/USA/GA/Jones/
    Census Records – http://www.census-online.com/links/GA/Jones/
    Sylvia Blimes

  11. FromAAA wrote on :

    I love doing family research. The replies have given you some great places to start. I have only a couple more to add to the resource pool: http://www.legacy.com
    http//www.ancestry.com and http://www.cyndislist.com/
    Good luck!

  12. DeborahLeeStewart wrote on :

    Hi – I am not an expert in Georgia genealogy, but here are a few sites that may be helpful:

    Also, if you are looking for a paid professional you should check this site and do a search by location:

    Good luck with your research! Deborah Lee Stewart

  13. dianelr wrote on :

    Another great place to check is Linkpendium — go to Georgia and then select Jones county and see what’s listed! And, check the “catalog” at http://www.familysearch.org (and not just the nice digitized collections), search on Georgia, Jones and see what records have been microfilmed by them — this gives you a great idea of what records might or might not be extant (e.g. still around for you to use 😉 )

  14. CRoberts wrote on :

    Were you looking at the Georgia Virtual Vault? It has a lot of digital records.
    If you let us know exactly what records you’re looking for, someone might be able to help you more specifically.

    Hope this helps,
    Christine Roberts

  15. susanbankhead wrote on :

    You should check the Association of Professional Genealogists website for a specialist that works in Georgia records. That site is http://www.apgen.org.

  16. VMAH wrote on :

    I not only love to do family research, I make my living at it! I’m an archivist and historian in private practice. Tell me about the site you are seeking and something about your research goals.


    Valerie Metzler Archivist/Historian

  17. Weatherby Research wrote on :

    As a native Georgian now living in Florida, I can tell you research there can be so frustrating and at the same time quite rewarding. So much of the south burned and that means courthouses and records. One easy and free site is:

    FamilySearch also has nice collections of records for free: https://www.familysearch.org/

    Good luck and happy hunting.

  18. sandra18100 wrote on :

    Hi. Are you looking for a genealogist to undertake the research for you, please?

    Thank you

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