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eHistory – Primary sources, maps and more at Oklahoma State University
Indian Land Cessions in the Old Southeast – a TN GenWEb Project
North America – Early Maps – WWW-Virtual Library: History
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection @ The University of Texas at Austin
Place Names – “a great site to look up obscure places”
The William P. Cumming Map Society – 16th – 19th Century Maps
World Family Names – Provides a clickable map and statistical tables about 8 million unique surnames in 28 countries
Gough Map of Britain – The 14th century Gough map is internationally-renowned as one of the earliest maps to show Britain in a geographically-recognizable form.
Ordnance Survey (Great Britain’s national mapping agency) – Maps can be viewed online
U.S.A. – All States
|The site above is somewhat a mixed bag – some state pages have good information and helpful links and some do not.|
Alabama Pioneers – Free, but donations encouraged if they help you.
Burritt on the Mountain – historic park near Huntsville features a rebuilt dogtrot home that originally belonged to William R. Chandler
Madison County, Alabama – General Family Information by David Glover
|Census records, Chandler marriages, cemetery information and photos (including Chandler Cemetery), and more.|
Tracking Your Roots – A genealogy and family history research resource for persons with ancestry or roots in any of the 65 counties in the state of Alabama.
Georgia History – @ Georgia Info
Georgia Death Certificates (beginning 1919) – searchable database at Georgia Archives
Madison County Cemetery Book – An updated version of the Madison County Cemetery Book is now available from the Madison County Heritage Foundation for $45 plus $5 postage.
Kentucky Death Records – Kentucky started keeping death records in 1911. In addition to giving the exact date of death, etc. this site also give the death certificate number.
Kentucky Department for Libraries & Archives (KDLA) — has links to Kentucky County formation chart and County Courthouse Disasters
Kentucky GenWeb project – leads to searches in each county
Kentucky Secretary of State — Kentucky Land Office (Land Records and County Court Orders). Includes Virginia and Old Kentucky patent series
Family Records Online – A Project of the State Library and State Archives of North Carolina <- link updated 2020-Sep
North Carolina Information – lots of helpful links, including to vital records.
North Carolina Online Resources – contains a section on Genealogy and History resources
- Caswell County Historical Association
- Caswell County Family Tree – 193 Chandlers entries!
- CCHA/CCGW Message Board – This is a message board for the Caswell County Historical Association (CCHA), the Caswell County NC GenWeb (CCGW), and the Richmond-Miles History Museum @ Yahoo Groups
- Caswell County Historical Association Web Log (BLOG)
- Caswell County Photograph Collection – 26 Chandler-related images
- Caswell County Cemetery Census
|Caswell County is the place where Joseph Chandler (II) lived from 1797 until his death in 1805. This Joseph (John born 1600-Robert-Robert-Joseph-Joseph) is the ancestor of so many of the CFA membership. We have his will, which was probated in October 1805. He moved his family from Virginia to Granville Co, North Carolina, in 1761 (first land record in his name). In 1797 he moved to the County Line Creek area of Caswell County. By that time several of his grown children had moved to Franklin Co, Georgia, including James, his eldest, in 1796. Since his wife’s name is not on the deed it is assumed that she had died before 1797. Joseph’s known children include James, Betty, Lucy, Susanna (ancestor of John Edwards), Joseph, Edmund, Sarah, William and Stephen. All moved to Franklin County, Georgia, except for Susannah, William and Stephen. According to the terms of Joseph’s will, the land in Caswell County went to the youngest two sons, William and Stephen. –Glenn Chandler, 7/4/09|
- The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Story @ Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library (city directories, searchable records, cemeteries and more)
- Mecklenburg Historical Association
Newberry County, South Carolina History and Genealogy – Search the site for Chandler entries
South Carolina Genealogy Trails History Group – There are a number of Chandler entries. Note: The “Search” box is at the very bottom of the page.
Pecan Valley Genealogical Society, Brown County, Texas – Welcome William Chandler was an early settler in Brown County.
Genealogy, Local History, Texana, and Archives – Plano Public Library, Plano, Texas
English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records compiled by Louis des Cognets, Jr. (1957) NOTE: 390+ page PDF will load somewhat slowly, so please be patient.
GHOTES (Genealogy & Historie Of The Eastern Shore) of Virginia – includes a virtual cemetery with numerous Chandlers included
- A Brief History of Jamestown @ www.historian.org
- Chronology of the Jamestowne Period 1607-1700 @ Jamestown Society
- Historic Jamestowne @ Colonial National Historic Park
- Jamestown Settlement – a museum of 17th-century colonial Virginia, explores the world of America’s first permanent English colony
- Primary Documents 1607-1700@ Longwood University
New Kent County
- Newsport News Public eLibrary – The Martha Woodroof Hiden Memorial Virginiana Room at the Main Street Library contains over 4300 individual volumes specializing in Virginia genealogy and local history.
South Central Virginia Genealogical Society – covers a 13 county area in south central Virginia: Amelia, Appomattox, Brunswick, Buckingham, Campbell, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Pittsylvania, and Prince Edward