Mailing Lists

Mailing Lists: District of Columbia

dc-cemeteries A mailing list for anyone interested in locating, and preserving historical information about cemeteries in the District of Columbia. We welcome queries and postings regarding location of graves and ancestors who may be buried in them, cemeteries which have been indexed both on the internet and in other written forms, and cemetery research.
dc-census-lookup A mailing list for anyone desiring a check of the district's census records for their ancestors. Requests should be as specific as possible and include county name, specific family of interest, and year whenever possible. In addition, those who own or have access to census records and are willing to do lookups are asked to subscribe and assist in responding to queries.
dc-freedmen A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Freedmen in the District of Columbia from all ethnic backgrounds (e.g., African, Native American, Caucasian).
dcgen Genealogy in the District of Columbia.
dc-indian-cemeteries A mailing list for those searching for their Native American ancestors in the District of Columbia. Many of the cemeteries have been destroyed over the years and with others' help, possibly this list will help find lost Indian ancestors. To subscribe send "subscribe" to (mail mode) or (digest mode).
dc-kensingtonfhc-news (inactive) A mailing list for the volunteer staff of the Washington DC Temple Family History Center in Kensington, MD.
dc-memories This list is for the reminiscing about living and growing up in D.C., whether it be personal memories or those that will help us learn more about our ancestors who lived in this area. The discussions should help to flesh out the day-to-day aspects of our
dc-obits A mailing list for the posting of obituaries and requests for obituary lookups for residents of the District of Columbia.
dc-old-news A mailing list for the submission of abstracts, extracts and links from District of Columbia newspapers published prior to 1931. Newspapers contain much of the information that may not be found elsewhere such as births, marriages, deaths, court notices, etc. They also provide community news and many fascinating details about the lives of our ancestors. Additional information can be found on the Newspaper Abstracts website below:
washingtondc Washington, District of Columbia.
washington-dc-tttp (inactive) This is a mailing list for the discussion and sharing of historical and genealogical information among all who research