We specialise in family tree websites.
Generally, this service is aimed at the user who has already built a family tree and wishes to publish it online.
Online family tree websites attract users researching surnames, building their own family tree. Users are able to swap information.
The alternatives for publishing a family tree online are endless:
- Stand-alone website (unique www)
- Shared website
- Record portal – ancestry.com
We specialise in stand-alone websites with options:
- Software installation
- GEDCOM import/export
- Website maintenance/updates
- Domain name registration / management
There are quite literally, hundreds of software platforms capable of publishing a family tree.
As they say: each to there own
You tell us your preferred software and our experienced team will do the rest.
Family Tree Website
- NextGen Gallery
- kosbab.org – kosbab family tree
- spilsted.org – spilsted family tree
- rosser-research.com – rosser family tree
Haven’t built your family tree yet?
Are you just gettting started and need some help? Use the resources I’ve included below.
Family Tree (genealogy) Resources
The information below is to assist people building a family tree from the ground up.
In short, you will need
- Geneaogy software – record the family tree (name, dates, locations)
- Genealogy sources – family records and archive websites
- Family Tree Legends – includes automatic online backup.
- Family Tree Maker – a very popular program.
- Genbox Family History – commercial package with 30-day free trial.
- GenoPro – advanced features for drawing family trees.
- Heredis for Macintosh – a new alternative on the Mac platform.
- MyHeritage Family Tree Builder – free program in 12 languages.
- RootsMagic Genealogy Software – free trial available.
- Reunion for Macintosh – popular option for Mac users.
Research: Genealogy on the Internet
Genealogy is defined as the study of family trees. Whether you want to research your own family roots, or simply learn more about genealogy, the Internet is a fantastic resource.
- Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites – Experienced index of sites.
- RootsWeb – portal with guides and mailing lists.
- Ancestry.com Learning Center – surveys the type of records available.
- Genealogy at the US National Archives – includes access to archive databases.
These blogs are a fun and easy way to keep informed of developments in the field:
- About.com Genealogy – Kimberley Campbell.
- Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter – Dick Eastman.
- Everton Publishers Genealogy Blog – Joe Edmon and Leland Meitzler.
Preserve your Family
Your family information is stored at Family Echo in according with our Data Policies. You can also download your family in formats such as GEDCOM, FamilyScript and Dynamic HTML. For backup, burn these files to a CD, email them to other people or put them on your website. Always ensure you have permission from living people before sharing their details. A number of commercial databases invite you to submit your family for free:
Note that these sites charge others to access your information, and there is no guarantee that they will be around in the long term. The main alternative is FamilySearch, a huge archive run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), but be aware of the Mormon practice of baptism for the dead.
You will see this word mentioned a lot when researching. GEDCOM is a universal standard used to record family information,
A family GEDCOM file can be created (export) by all software. Once create, a GEDCOM file can be moved around like any other kind of file.