Greek Genealogy for Beginners

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To conduct effective research in the Greek records you should know the correct spelling of the Greek surname and the name of the village your ancestor was born in.

The attached PDF is a tool which should help you determine which records could help provide this information. – Records-in-His_Her-New-Country

Article – Calling All Young Greeks: Why and How You Should Explore Your Family History – by Alexandra Kiritsy, published on – added June 26, 2021


Immigration and Naturalization Records for Genealogy – Tips, Tricks, and Resources from Family Tree Magazine – added June 26, 2021

One-Step Webpages by Stephen P. Morse – This site contains tools for finding immigration records, census records, vital records, and for dealing with calendars, maps, foreign alphabets, and numerous other applications. Some of these tools fetch data from other websites but do so in more versatile ways than the search tools provided on those websites. – added May 17, 2021

Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundationadded May 17, 2021

U.S. Passenger List Annotations and Markings – What Do the Markings on the Manifest Mean? by Kimberly Powell, published July 30, 2018 – added May 17, 2021

National Archives of the United States

The Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundation videos to help in understanding Passenger Manifests:

Manifest Markings – Name Crossed Off

Names Not Changed at Ellis Island

Ellis Island Detention Records

Ellis Island Stowaways

Born at Sea

Died at Sea


Canada Online Genealogy Records – – added May 17, 2021

Library and Archives of Canada

Resource Guide to Canadian Genealogy | Ancestral Findings


Genealogy in Australia – – added May 17, 2021

National Library of Australiaadded May 17, 2021 – Finding free family history records of Australian ancestors – added May 17, 2021

National Archives of Australia

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