Links

Google Reader Shared Items - a feature on Google for sharing items of interest Linda Morgan Clark has found on the web.
 
Morgan-Knighton Kith 'n Kin - a blog where "shared genealogy research brings a family together".  Anyone related to either James Thomas Morgan or Margaret Viola Knighton aka Ola, is welcome to become a member of the blog team and add their own research information.  It's also just a great place to visit and find a wealth of information on the ancestors and descendants of this couple as well as other individuals related to them by marriage, etc.  The site is fully searchable and is indexed by major search engines.
 
Morgan Virtual Reunion - the place to begin exploring a virtual reunion with this family - links to related websites that have been created, access to your own email account on the domain, guestbook, etc.  If you can think of anything that should be added to this site for easy access to more resources, just let the site owner know.
 
My Family Photo Box - Linda Morgan Clark's smugmug online photo collection of family photos - both old and new.  Most of the site is private (there are a total of 12 separate gallaries), so if you're a family member you need to write to Linda for access to the private photos. historian@morganvirtualreunion.com
 
Morgan Family Tree - Marc Morgan's smugmug online photo collection of photos - mostly cemetery photos Marc's taken, but he's put up photos of his ancestors too.
 
Visit these websites to see if anyone has posted a photo or information about your relatives gravesite(s).
 
Don't forget to visit the USGenweb sites for the states, counties, or other geographic areas that you are researching and look for cemetery listings, tombstone projects, etc.
 
DeadFred.com - a genealogy photo archive.  People post old photos here in hopes of having them identified and/or claimed by family members.  From the website: "Trace your roots for FREE with our searchable database containing thousands of identified and mystery photos for genealogy enthusiasts looking for long-lost family. Anyone who finds a photo of a direct ancestor that is owned by the archive will receive the photo for free."
 
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