Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search

These search engines access and search SearchGenealogy in Time’s Top 100 Sites for 2015, using Google’s technologies.

On this page ManyRoads provides two search engine variants for examining these sites:

  1. one which includes Free & For Fee sites; plus
  2. a second variant which searches only the 46 “Free” sites from the list.

Because there are so many ‘for-fee’ sites in the Full 100 Mega-search engine, we make no guarantee as to the actual completeness & thoroughness of this engine’s results. The “Free” 46 Mega-search engine should provide much better and more thorough results from within the “Free 46” subset.

While the databases, tools & help on ManyRoads are free, they are not free to produce or host. Sadly, we need to raise money to continue to fund & host our offerings. If you would like to see us continue creating tools & providing resources, please consider a donation.

Top “46” Genealogy Sites Search from Genealogy in Time

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Top 100 Genealogy Sites Search from Genealogy in Time

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Usage Tips & Guide

Note: To use our search engine most effectively follow ‘search’ guidance provided by Google. Our Mega-search Engines are built using Google technology and operate in accordance with their procedures.

To begin, simply enter the name(s), term(s) you hope to find. (We recommend you enter terms in the language of the region you search. If you do not know the language, try using Google Translate.)

For more Google Tips:

Want more tips and tricks to help you search like a pro? Check out the Google links below to learn more advanced search techniques.

Once you enter your search, a pop-up window with the results should appear and be “scrollable” for easier viewing. Many of the pages and results will be presented in the language of the sites searched.  If you are not familiar with the language, again try using Google Translate to interpret the results.  I find using Google Chrome related browsers, with their auto translate function(s), very helpful.

To close the search window Click on the “X” at the top-right of the pop-up.


  1. Jo Henn
    25 May, 2015 @ 11:03 pm

    This will also be very helpful and I’ve also included it in my NoteWorthy Reads for this week: Thank you for all your work on these search engines.

  2. Mark Rabideau
    26 May, 2015 @ 6:02 am

    You are most welcome.