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These are a just a few places where we have been credited:

NEWS

  • Family Tree Magazine (print & website)—December 2014. SFGenealogy was selected as one of the "101 Best State Websites of 2014".
  • Family Tree Magazine (print & website)—December 2013. SFGenealogy was selected as one of the "101 Best State Websites of 2013".
  • Family Tree Magazine (print & website)—December 2012. SFGenealogy was selected as one of the "101 Best State Websites of 2012".
  • Family Tree Magazine (print & website)—June 25, 2012; July/August 2012.  SFGenealogy was mentioned a few times in Lisa Louise Cooke's San Francisco City Guide
  • Catholic San FranciscoNames of 39,000 from pioneer cemetery to be accessible, George Raine, June 22, 2012, p 6. Mentioned that SFgenealogy will be indexing the San Francisco Calvary removals.
  • Eastman's Online Genealogy NewsletterSan Francisco Genealogy, Dick Eastman, 03 June 2012. Reprinted SFgenealogy's announcement of the San Francisco Colma Cemetery Index.
  • Family Tree Magazine (print & website)—December 2011. SFGenealogy was selected as one of the "101 Best State Websites of 2011". It was noted that "In addition to extensive resources for the San Francisco Bay Area, this site has statewide indexes to births from 1905 to 1995 and deaths from 1940 to 1997."
  • Using San Francisco History (website)—January 2011. The article, "SFGenealogy: Providing Free Online Content," provides a nice overview.
  • Using San Francisco History (website)—January 2011. The article,"Searching for Buried Ships," mentions Ron Filion's Buried Ships map as the inspiration behind LJ Moore's audio walking tour, The Armada of Golden Dreams.
  • Family Tree Magazine (print & website)—September 2010, p22.  SFGenealogy was selected as one of the "101 Best Genealogy Websites of 2010" under "Western Research." There was a link in the print and website for the San Francisco Mortuary Records collection and mention of the "growing collection of alumni records."
  • The Bold Italic (website)—"Walk the Plank," an article by LJ Moore. Mentions Ron Filion's Buried Ships map.
  • Ancestry—Nov/Dec 2009, p35. "Marital Disasters," an article by Paul Raulins, discusses SFgenealogy's 1906 Earthquake Marriage Project.
  • 'S.F. Pioneer Cemeteries': Where the dead livedRegan McMahon, Thursday, October 29, 2009, page F-9. Interview with Ron Filion, with a discussion about his upcoming presentation at the San Francisco Main Library on Halloween.
  • New England Ancestors—Gold Rush Records, Clues Amidst Choas, Nancy Peterson, Fall 2009, p22, mention of California Bound passenger lists.
  • Discovering Family History—May/June 2009, p7. mention of SFgenealogy and Halsted Mortuary Records indexing project  (now part of San Francisco Mortuary Records).
  • Internet Genealogy (magazine)—Finding Your Gold Rush Ancestors!, David A. Norris, October/September 2008, included mention of SFgenealogy and the California Bound data.
  • San Jose Mercury News—Sleuths find clues about family roots in USGS maps, Julie Sevrens Lyons, 09 July 2007, p1A, 4A. A front-page article about locating Pamela Storm's great-great-grandfather's fruit orchard: included quotes by Ron Filion, mentioned SFgenealogy.com, and included pictures.
  • San Jose Mercury NewsSearsville's 'ghosts' roam lake near P.A., Todd R. Brown, 06 November 2006, included a link to an article we host, "Ghosts of Searsville.''
  • Family Tree Magazine (website)San Francisco Genealogy, SFgenealogy.com, was picked as the Site of the Week for 13-20 July 2006.
  • NumismatistMints and Minting, Earthquake! The cover story [pdf] in the April 2006 edition of the magazine from the American Numismatic Association. A portion of the 1907 San Francisco City Map was used and credited.
  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Marriage Project—Various news sources either wrote articles about or mentioned the Project, including:
    • San Francisco Chronicle, 02 September 2005; Sacramento Bee, 19 March 2006; Ming Pao Daily News, 05 April 2006;  Oakland Tribune, 16 April 2006; MSNBC, 17 April 2006; and KGO-AM radio, 2006. (See this page for more details. See also FILM.)
  • Family Tree MagazineCalifornia State Research Guide, Nancy Hendrickson, February 2006, p39. SFgenealogy.com's San Francisco Online Genealogy Databases page is listed under Fast Facts & Key Resources.
  • Park NewsThe Quarterly Magazine of the National Parks at the Golden Gate, U.S. Department of the Interior, December- January- February 2005-2006, p2. SFgenealogy.com's Escape from Alcatraz web site with the news report transcription of Anatasia Scott's 1933 successful swim from Alcatraz is referenced under Web-running...
  • Heritage Quest MagazineSan Francisco Earthquake & Fire, Donald Edwards, Fall 2005, p38.  Excerpts from interview with Ron Filion, and mention of SFgenealogy.com.
  • Family Tree MagazineOld School, Nick D'Alto, October 2005, p74.  Mentioned the historic school records at SFgenealogy.com
  • Eastman's Online Genealogy NewsletterSan Francisco Genealogy, Dick Eastman, 30 August 2005. Discussed portions of SFgenealogy.com, and mentioned Pamela Storm, Ron Filion, Judy Cerruti, Dianne Wentworth, and Dale Isaacson.
  • Family Tree MagazineWeb Directories, David A. Fryxell, April 2005, p61. Mentioned the city and telephone directories at SFgenealogy.com.
  • Oakland TribuneThe clothes knows: How to tell that old photograph's era, Elizabeth Jardina,31 January 2004, Section: Bay Area Living. Article about dating old photographs which mentions "...genealogy societies, such as the San Francisco Genealogy Society, may be of some help. Their Web site is www.sfgenealogy.com".
  • Everton's Family History Magazine—150 Searchable Databases, Oct/Nov 2002. Included SFgenealogy.com in this list.
BOOKS FILM EXHIBITS
  • San Francisco History Expo 2015—one of the general exhibitors at the 5th annual history expo held at the Old Mint by the San Francisco Museum& Historical Society.
  • San Francisco History Expo 2014—one of the general exhibitors at the 4th annual history expo held at the Old Mint by the San Francisco Museum& Historical Society.
  • San Francisco History Expo 2013—one of the general exhibitors at the 3rd annual history expo held at the Old Mint by the San Francisco Museum& Historical Society.
  • San Francisco History Expo 2012—one of the general exhibitors at the 2nd annual history expo held at the Old Mint by the San Francisco Museum & Historical Society.
  • School’s Out: A Century of San Francisco High School Yearbooks—an exhibition was hosted by the San Francisco Main Library History Center from April 15 through July 13, 2007. It was cosponsored by the San Francisco Library History Center and SFgenealogy.com. The materials were drawn from the collections of the co-sponsors.
  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Marriage Project—an exhibit based on this Project was hosted by the San Francisco Assessor-Recorder's office in San Francisco City Hall during the month of April 2006.

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