Historical maps don't usually provide links between generations. However they are a great resource if you want to learn more about a particular place at a specific time. - read more
Use these databases to locate exactly where your ancestors lived and shed some light on the neighborhood and surrounding areas. Using maps in conjunction with other sources such as census records, might even help to locate some of those "missing people." in your family tree.
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US Property Owners Index and Maps(9,294,430 names)
Historic U.S. Maps
Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, Volume 2(69,799 names)
Hand-Book of Alabama, a Complete Index To the State, With Map (1892)(13,681 names)
Lippincott's Gazetteer of the World, 1895(337,484 names)