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10 Sandvox sites tagged “genealogy”

Dallas County Arkansas

Dallas County Arkansas

“I chose the design because it felt like something Old World like. Since genealogy deals with the past, I wanted something that would represent that.” — Jamila Barahona

T. P. Peter Image Collection

T. P. Peter Image Collection

“Sandvox has allowed me to organize a relatively large number of images so that they can be accessed and researched in a multiple of different ways. Not only can one search for an image by location, the same image can be located by identity of the person (as available) as well as by subject matter...” — T. P. Peter

Lovewellhistory

Lovewellhistory

“I like to reserve the scrapbook-like photo pages of the Telegraph Office theme for showcasing historical photographs, which invite closer inspection, and generally use the slideshow page for eye-pleasing contemporary photographs of historical sites. I'm always interested in knowing what kind of...” — Dale Switzer

Rellyseeker

Rellyseeker

“My website is about my family history research business. My site has my genealogy blog and has my own family's genealogy findings under the headings: BIGHAM-HORNER, POWELL-DIX, MAWHINNEY-DALTON, MARTIN-HARRIS, HECTOR-ALLEN and JOHNSON-GARNHAM.” — Jan Powell

Beaumont Family History

Beaumont Family History

“We have 5 books on the Beaumonts of Yorkshire England that cover various families and different areas the Beaumonts lived in and around.” — Michael Beaumont

Tom Seddon

Tom Seddon

“I chose the particular Sandvox design I am using because it is clean, simple, and easy to navigate by anyone and avoids extraneous "bells & whistles" just for their own sake.” — Thomas Seddon

Travelling Light

Travelling Light

“Martin genealogy, Scotland, traveling,” — Ross Martin

Elliott Family Tree

Elliott Family Tree

“I choose the Night Breeze design because it had a nice large banner. I also thought the black background was classy.” — Stephen Elliott

Archives vervietoises

Archives vervietoises

“Site too young ! But it is a great pleasure to speak with people of this association who cannot understand how it is so easy to have such a presentation of their work on a screen.” — Michel Brock