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The Friend New England Roots Genealogy Discussion List Homepage

A genealogy mailing list for anyone who has an interest in Genealogy or History regarding the Friend family in New England at any time. Note that the New England states include Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Origins of New England Friend families may also be of interest to members.

Suggested areas of discussion include family data, migration patterns, immigration, ship passenger lists, heraldry, historical sketches, family settlements, census data, wills, inventory lists, family Bibles, gravestone inscriptions, DNA studies, vital records, web sites and other online resources, family reunion plans and announcements, genealogical libraries and archives, etc. as relates to Friend and collateral families.

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I established The Friend New England Roots Genealogy Discussion List in 2007 at YahooGroups.


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Welcome to
The Friend Family Genealogy Discussion List Homepage

A genealogy mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the Friend surname and variations (e.g., Frend, Freund) in any place and at any time, as well as those ancestors who married into Friend lines.

Suggested areas of discussion include family data, migration patterns, immigration, ship passenger lists, heraldry, historical sketches, family settlements, census data, wills, inventory lists, family Bibles, gravestone inscriptions, DNA studies, vital records, web sites and other online resources, family reunion plans and announcements, genealogical libraries and archives, etc. as relates to Friend and collateral families.


I established The Friend Family Genealogy Discussion List in 1997 at Rootsweb.

To subscribe to (or unsubscribe from) The Friend Family Genealogy Discussion List, send an email to:

Friend-l-request@rootsweb.com for list mode or
Friend-d-request@rootsweb.com
for digest mode

and simply put the text:
subscribe (or unsubscribe)
without any other text in the body of the message.

If you subscribe in list mode you'll receive each list message individually. If you sign up for digest mode you'll periodically receive one or more messages combined in one email.

Message archives are available to the public and are located at Friend archives

This mailing list is listed at Genealogy Resources on the Internet


Friend resources including Forums, Message Boards, DNA Studies, Societies, Associations and Research Projects

Friend Surname Club
Friend Family Genealogy Forum
RootsWeb Message Boards [ Friend ]
Friend Family Association of America
Most Common Surnames [Last Names] in the United States
The Friend Family Network Homepage
DNA: FRIEND-DNA Mailing List
The FRIEND-DNA Project - Provided By An American Portrait - A Family History Project

Friend Families on the Internet

John Friend
James Friend
An American Portrait - The Friend Family - Introduction
Barbara's Genealogy Search
Friend Family Burial Sites
Israel Friend, Frontiersman
Descendants of Nils Larsson Friend
Descendants of John Lewis Friend, Sr.
Nils Larsson Frände (Friend)
Jonas Friend and Friend's Fort

Other links to Friend websites

Friend Genealogy and Family History

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Page created by David Sylvester February, 2002. Updated October 24, 2007