Congregate here for links to online Baptist records, publications and history. The site is home to the Baptist-Roots mailing list and a gateway to the Baptist-Roots message boards. Its research outlines tell how to find Baptist roots in Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Florida and Georgia.
Lutheran Roots Genealogy Exchange
Lutherans Online hosts a registry of people researching Lutheran ancestors. Anyone can search the posted contact information, researcher names and places; to add your own info, though, you have to register (it’s free). You can also swap queries and comments on the exchange’s own searchable message boards.
The National Huguenot Society
NHS provides a good starting place to find French Protestant ancestors who fled France in the 16th and 17th centuries. The site is your carte blanche to Huguenot ancestors, surnames, Web sites and NHS publications.
The Quaker Corner
You’re lucky if you have Quaker ancestors—they kept some of the most detailed records of any religious group. This site is the home page of the Quaker-Roots mailing list, a discussion group with 1,200 members. It also links to Quaker biographies, maps, message boards, lookup volunteers, research documentation and Quaker surnames.