- Family Search – The largest collection of genealogical data in the world and is available to everyone.
- Ancestry – One of the largest commercially run websites for genealogical research.
- My Heritage – Genealogical website based in Israel that has in depth records from the Middle East.
- Find My Past – Genealogical website based in the United Kingdom that has in depth records from England.
- National Archives and Records Administration – Provides a large selection of records from the United States.
- Arlington Library – Provides access to several paid websites for research, but must have a library card to log in.
- Fort Worth Library – Provides in depth records for Texas and the south.
- Dallas Library – Provides access to several paid websites for research, but must have a library card to log in.
- Arlington Genealogical Society – Provides information about the local society and resources for researching in Arlington and the surrounding area.
- Dallas Genealogical Society – Provides help for individuals researching in Dallas County and north Texas.
- Texas Czech Genealogical Society – Provides help for researching Czechoslovakian families in Texas.
- Family Booklet – If you don’t know where to begin, this step by step guide will get you started making your family tree.
- RootsTech – Information about the annual genealogical conference held in Salt Like City, Utah. Several videos are available on a variety of subjects to help the beginner to advanced researcher.
- Resource Guide – A good site that provides some history about genealogical research and several helpful tips and link to get your research started.
- Getting Started – This offers a good list of links to websites that can help you organize you tree and find new sources to gather information from.