Listing items and businesses for sale is more convenient on AbbysBuySellGenealogy.com than on Ebay because your listings stay active as long as your membership is active.
We charge a very small membership fee both to help with the costs in involved in keeping Abby's online and competitive, and to assure that the database doesn't get full of spam and irrelevant items!
At Abby's Genealogy Classified site you can list research items and tools for sale. Or perhaps all those old items that aren't really your family... but you couldn't help but purchase.
Abby's is also a great place to list businesses and genealogy services. As our postings grow, we'll continue to add categories to make sure you are found by people and search engines.
It's a great time to get onboard Abbys classified ad site. We just listing a special ninety-nine cent membership for 6 months on Ebay. Click here to check it out.
And... unlike Ebay, your ads stay active on AbbysBuySellGenealogy.com as long as your membership is current. Save yourself time and effort by listing until it sells!
This is a website review of GenealogyBank.com.
This is a fabulous site, we were lucky to find them on Twitter (actually... they found us!). GenealogyBank.com is an exclusive newspaper archive for family history research. They have millions of American Families from 1690 to today. This is a great way to find those ancestors that you just can't find in census records and things like that.
One fabulous thing they have to offer is their free newsletter. You can sign up for the newsletter on the homepage. To find out how the site works go to the About Us page and you'll see terms, testimonials and more.
It is a subscription site. They have a 30-day trial for $9.95. Of, if you just go ahead and jump in, which you know you are going to need to do, their annual fee is $5.83/mo, or monthly for $19.95. Their signup is very simple. You start with your name, address, phone number and click Get Started.
Website reviews from AbbysBuySellGenealogy.com.
Today we review http://SearchingFamilyHistory.com
This site is put together by Leonard Smith and has a wealth of information for new and experienced genealogists. He has written the most amazing articles and you can go through on the left menu of his website and find them.
There is an article about how to do your family tree. Some things that are very very interesting is his information on African American Genealogy. He has a fabulous page on family history sites and information on vital records. A must-read is his article on Louisiana Homesteaders Journey.
This is a site with tons of information for genealogists check it out today.
New England Genealogy historical records are for sale in Abby's Books category. Here's a video with a quick overview:
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