Lisa Saunders & Mystic Seafarer's Trail

Lisa Saunders

Author, TV talk show host, and CMV fighter

Dead People

Places to find them:

Mystic River Historical Society (MRHS) Genealogy Resources Where to begin guides plus special Native American focused research and guides for researching African American genealogy AGRA –The Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives New England Historic Genealogical Society Online Resources and Extensive Library at Headquarters 99-101 Newbury Street, Boston Membership includes American Ancestors Magazine The National Archives 700 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC Local facilities in Boston and Hype Park, NY Free Genealogical Prison and Convict Records, Court Records, Executions, Insane Asylum Records, and Biographies of Famous Outlaws, Criminals, and Pirates in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom Connecticut Historical Society Museum and Library Research online or in person at 1 Elizabeth St. Hartford (next to UConn School of Law) Free e-newsletter available Daughters of the American Revolution Online research, in-person research available at the Washington, D.C. Library and American Spirit magazine Family history software Millions of cemetery records Fold3 Historical Military Premier website for national origianl military records Links to more genealogy websites A survey of New England 1620-1640 quarterly newsletter available Higginson Book Company Resources include reprints of over 4000 Local Histories, 8000 Genealogies, 6000 maps and more than 700 Civil War Regimentals Sons of the American Revolution The leading male lineage society that perpetuates the ideals of the war for independence. General Society of Mayflower Descendants Founded in 1897 by Pilgrim descendants, The Mayflower Society honors the memories of these brave souls who now have tens-of-millions of descendents.

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