Be sure to evaluate the source of your information. Remember, you can't believe everything you read!
that when you are researching anything that has been included in a private report such as this that you sometimes need to
verify the information you have found.
I always try to find legal documents to verify what I have found online before
adding it to my site or my records.Once you have a persons birth or death date and place it is easy enough to get the records
from that local court house. The LDS Library has a wealth of information on microfilm and micro fische, but remember also
that some patron submitted information could be wrong. Always try to follow up with actual documentation if you can.I have
been able to verify many things at thier library once I got a small clue as to where or when the person was born or died.
Remember, most everyone has two family names: your father's, but also your mother's. Don't feel you must restrict your
research to just your paternal family tree.
Wisconsin GenWeb Project
UW Oshkosh Archives
UW Stevens Point Archives
Wisconsin Historical Society
Various Ships lists sites
Emigrant ships from Norway
The Ships List.com
Kingston Immigration Agent's Records of 1862
The (Prince) Arthur, 1852
Total Emigration from the United Kingdom for each of the fifty-six years from 1815 to 1870.
Opening/Closing of Various Canadian Ports and Canals and the Hudson River and Erie Canal
German Emigration Database
Palmer List of Merchant Vessels
Mecklenburg-Schwerin Emigrants 1844-1915
Ships to Pa.
Ships and Passenger lists
Ship Names for Scot Immigrants. Many to Argyle and Caledonia, Illinois
Emigrants to the USA
Ship Prinz Albert From: Hamburg Arrival: June 23, 1868
Ship Silvanus Jenkins From: Liverpool Arrival: November 30, 1827
Ship Hudson From: London Arrival: April 5, 1826