Using the free Live Roots site, which launches Oct. 10, you can search a variety of genealogy databases and publishers catalogs, and learn where information from the same resource exists in multiple places, online and off.
With the same genealogy information frequently printed in books and hosted on numerous Web sites in a variety of forms (indexes, transcriptions, record images, narratives, etc.), this tool may help you sort out the confusionand show you where to find the actual records all that data came from in the first place.
You’ll be able to search Live Roots on a name, place or other keyword, then link to the online resources, learn how to access the offline ones, or click to commission a researcher who can get a record for you.
Well spill more details about the site as theyre available.