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9 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

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

Kentucky Trace Company of the Jamestowne Society

Kentucky Trace Company of the Jamestowne Society

“Our website is intended to provide information about our chapter of the Jamestowne Society, how to become a member, and some genealogical information about our members' ancestry which might be useful in the users' research.” — David Hancock

Travelling Light

Travelling Light

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

Our Family Tree

Our Family Tree

“I chose this particular design and it had a tree on it, reflecting the nature of genealogy — a family tree.” — Jan Powell

Jenee's Tree

Jenee's Tree

“I've tried a couple of different designs, however I've come back to Simply Blue because it suits my site, is easy on the eyes and looks good. I get a lot of positive feedback from fellow researchers when they've been for a visit, easy to navigate seems to be the comment I get most.” — Jenee McCusker

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