Useful Links

Conference Keepers – a website for genealogy events everywhere- check it out.

Cyndi’s List – Cyndi’s List has been a trusted genealogy research site for more than 20 years. Cyndi’s List is free for everyone to use and it is meant to be your starting point when researching online. Cyndi’s List

Library of Congress – Chronicling America searchable: FREE
The Library of Congress has made available at its website at an ever-growing collection of American newspapers available in digital form. They are searchable by state, name, by place, and by date. The current collection is just the harbinger of things of come and the search is free. No subscription is needed.

Linkpendium – Linkpendium’s goal is to index every genealogy, ‘geneology’, family history, family tree, surname, vital records, biography, or otherwise genealogically-related site on the Internet. Linkpendium FREE

Online Arkansas Death Records and Indexes – A genealogy records guide put together by Joe Beine. Online Death Records FREE

AccessGenealogy – A free Genealogy web source: Arkansas links, Click HERE to go to website. FREE

Know Your DNA – A site that helps you analyze which DNA tests are best:

International Society of Genetic Genealogy
The mission of the International Society of Genetic Genealogy is to: Advocate for and educate about the use of genetics as a tool for genealogical research while promoting a supportive network for genetic genealogists.

Arkansas Archeology Calendar of events under “Learn & Discover,” “Artifact of the Month” feature along with other interesting & educational material. “Resources for Educators” under Learn & Discover tab.

Arkansas Chapter of the Virtual Genealogical Association (Arkansas Chapter of the VGA) can be found HERE.

Arkansas Genealogy Network on Facebook can be found HERE.

Association of Professional Genealogists – Available researchers for Arkansas can be found HERE.

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) – Click HERE for national website.

Katherine R Willson’s Genealogy on Facebook list can be found HERE.

German Translation Web Site: Amy Koppe, Tintenflecken, Dayton, OH and starting in December 2019, Naila, Germany Email: Website:

Irish Cultural Society of Arkansas – also known as Irish Arkansas on Facebook –
​The Irish Cultural Society of Arkansas (ICSA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public service organization founded in December 1995 to educate Arkansans in aspects of the culture and history of Ireland. The Society provides Irish food and objects of Irish art for folk festivals and fairs, provides concerts of Irish music and dance, and participates in community service programs and events – all in an effort to reconnect Arkansans with their Irish heritage.
The ICSA was originally founded by a group of Irish nationals, many of whom had immigrated to Arkansas during the nursing shortage of the 1980s. Recruited by area hospitals, nurses from Ireland and Great Britain came to Arkansas originally intending to work here a few years and return to their homeland. Instead they married and settled in Little Rock and began to raise families.
As their children grew, they realized the importance of passing on their Irish culture and heritage to their American-born children. Together with their Irish-American friends, they formed the Irish Cultural Society of Arkansas.

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide To Genealogy – blog about DNA testing. Click HERE.