User:Kennebec1/Group 5 problem sources


Source:Utah, 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules I don't understand the census rules for a source like this. It is redundnat to all of the county schedules for 1880 census in Utah. I don't think it is a book; seems to be the films for each Utah county at the FHL. Linked to by one person page.

Source:Upper St. John, New Brunswick this should be repository or finding aid.

Source:Ships Passenger Lists Arriving in USA should be finding aid - Olive Tree Genealogy. No pages link here

Source:US Ports of Arrival and their Available Passenger Lists 1820-1957 should be finding aid No pages link here.

Source:United States. 1790 U.S. Census Population Schedule. Linked to by numerous person pages, but this source is for the census as a whole, not specific county.

Source:The 1910 federal population census : a catalog of microfilm copies of the schedules linked to by numerous pages, but an FHL catalog of all the schedules, not specific. Probably should be a finding aid, not a source refernence. See User:Zalewski.

Source:New York, Borough of Brooklyn selective service system registration cards (World War II) : fourth registration sOURCE PAGE

Source:Schedules enumerating Union veterans and widows of Union veterans of the Civil War Changed to 1890 Census format, but not separated by county etc.

Source:World administrative divisions Finding aid, research aid. not genealogy.

Source:United States, Illinois, Hancock. GenWeb put link on place page then delete page no one links. Should be repository - GenWeb

Source:The USGenWeb Project - Arkansas Home

Source:USGenWeb archives: Nebraska Census Files linked to by Colorado resource page. Should be finding aid or repository

Source:The National Archives ( Seems like this should be a repository. 2 person pages link here.

Source:The National Archives ( should be repository? pages link here.

Source:UK Birth, Marriage, Death Exchange finding aid and links page, not a source. Delete. nothing links here.

Source:Access to Archives finding aid, but numerous pages link here.

Source:English Ancestry of Thomasine (Clench) Frost this could be eliminated and become an NEHGS cite, but lots of pages link here.

Source:Thomas F. Meehan. A Village Churchyard no pages link here, no repository or details.

Source:Sue O'Neill - Gateway to my site website of unknown value. A family site but with extracted records that may be useful for others.

Source:United States, Indiana, Delaware. Step Back In Time To Delaware County - rootsweb site; limited info on Delaware, Indiana. nothing links here, could be deleted.

Source:United States, Pennsylvania, Centre, State College. State College History. purely a locality based history. Should be cited as a web link on the place page and then deleted.

The Stacy Legacy family name website

Source:The Speidel Family : Speidel, Speitel, Spidal, Spidel, Spidell, Spidle genealogy research family page web site

Source:The South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry - The South Irish Horse regimental history website, with source info on members of the regiment. Need to be connected to Military history WWI finding aids.

Source:Speed Surname yDNA project DNA project, Speed surname. possibly a source but limited. Not used at this time.

Source:Stalbridge On-Line Parish Clerk:Look Ups finding aid

Source:United States, South Dakota. Births, 1856-1903

    South Dakota, United States. South Dakota Births, 1856-1903

Source:United States, South Dakota. Marriages, 1905-1949

    South Dakota, United States. South Dakota Marriages, 1905-194

These two sources come from State sources with different names and dates, compiled by Ancestry. Do I leave the ancestry name to make them easier to find? Can I take out South Dakota

Source:Sojourner Truth web page remove? put on African American finding aid/famous person. Don't see genealogical info here..

Source:Smith/Smythe One Name Study waukazoo this is a pretty focused one person/surname source. Story involves native americans, so of specific interest.

Source:The Slovenian Genealogy Society International finding aid

Source:Plymouth Colony probate guide : where to find wills and related data for 800 people of Plymouth Colony, 1620-1691 finding aid link doesn't work, but really a link from person page to Sheffield Indexers. A repository site.

resolved --cos1776 19:28, 1 November 2022 (UTC)

Source:Southern Harrington/Herrington Lines family history line website.

Source:Seelye/Seeley/Seely Genealogical Society family history line website.

Schuylkill County Genealogy Ties locality finding aid and reference source. Rootsweb

Source:PERiodical Source Index - I don't think this belongs here, although it might be a finding aid.