Ever wanted to find out your Family History?
It would be interesting to know of our ancestors.
We know more of world History than our own Family history.
India, Hindus are expected to remember at least the names of people of Even generations and do a Ritual (Tharpana,offering Water and sesame seeds at least once a month to three generations, both paternal and maternal)
Those among Brahmins, who do the ‘Abhivaadanam'( of offering respects to elders) would know the progenitor of their Clan, normally three in number.
They are Rishis, seers, who are the foremost of their Clan.
But now people can not even remember or know their Great-grand father’s Name.In
In the West Data Bank is available, to know one’s family History.
I am providing Links.
The Dalton Data Bank is brought to you by the Dalton Genealogical Society (DGS) and volunteers who have spent countless hours extracting Dalton data from a variety of sources. The Bank includes data about Daltons who were in Argentina, Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Scotland, the United States, Wales, the West Indies, and Zimbabwe — Truly an “A to Z” Dalton reference site!
The Bank opened on September 1, 2001 with about 10,000 bits of Dalton data. Today, we host more than 500 pages which contain in excess of 430,000 entries. They include Dalton namesakes, their wives, children, in-laws, sponsors, witnesses and female Daltons. As well, variants of the name Dalton (i.e., Daulton, Dolton, D’Alton) are also partially indexed.
Please contact the Webmaster if you have questions or if you wish to submit additional data. As with all data, it is the onus of the user to verify it.
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For Those in India,
Find online databases and records for researching ancestors in British India, the territories of India under the tenancy or sovereignty of the East India Company or British Crown between 1612 and 1947. Among these were the provinces of Bengal, Bombay, Burma, Madras, Punjab, Assam and United Provinces, encompassing portions of present-day India, Bangladesh and Pakistan..
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