The HARRIS-WY mailing list is for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the Harris surname and variations (e.g., Harries, Herries, Harriss, Harrys, Herrys) in Wyoming for all periods of time.
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the 16 counties that comprise western New York including Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates. This area was sometimes referred to as Genesee Country.
Wyoming County, New York. Interested individuals may want to check out the Wyoming County NYGenWeb page at http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywyomin.
A mailing list for those who want to research their family history concerning anything to do with the Oregon Trail. The history of the trail is an appropriate topic for discussion as well as postings of wagon train lists, and anything else genealogical including stories of life as a pioneer, diaries, queries, books, etc. - these are all welcome! Western states involved would mostly be Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington; maybe even California, Utah and others. Time periods include around 1840-1900. Tell us about your pioneer ancestor!
Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Interested individuals may want to check out the Wyoming County PAGenWeb page at http://wyomingPa.freeservers.com/.
Montgomery County VA
Southern West Virginia, primarily the counties of Fayette, Greenbrier, McDowell, Mercer, Monroe, Nicholas, Summers, Raleigh, and Wyoming.
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical and or historical interest in Wyoming County, West Virginia (a Virginia County prior to 1863).
Albany County, Wyoming.
Big Horn County, Wyoming.
Campbell County, Wyoming.
Carbon County, Wyoming.
A mailing list for the volunteers who are engaged in transcribing Wyoming census records in support of the USGenWeb Census Project to discuss the status of the project. Information on available records and volunteers can be found on the Project's Wyoming site at http://www.rootsweb.com/~census/states/wyoming/. If you are one of these volunteers or desire to participate in the project, send a message to Edward A. Black, Sr. at firstname.lastname@example.org stating your current or desired role in the project and requesting that you be added to the list.
Converse County, Wyoming.
Crook County, Wyoming.
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Freedmen in Wyoming from all ethnic backgrounds (e.g., African, Native American, Caucasian).
Fremont County, Wyoming.
(part of the USGenWeb Project) for discussing the creation of a single source for all Wyoming genealogy databases. While the principal focus of the list is discussions among the Wyoming GenWeb County Coordinators, the list is also open to the public for general queries (e.g., help in finding map locations, cemeteries, etc.). Postings related to specific surname searches are beyond the scope of the list (individuals seeking information on Wyoming or specific Wyoming counties can use the WYGenWeb Project Homepage at http://www.usgenweb.org/wy to find information, links, or contacts to aid in their research).
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in the ghost towns of Wyoming.
Goshen County, Wyoming.
Hot Springs County, Wyoming. Interested individuals may want to check out the Hot Springs County WYGenWeb page at http://www.rootsweb.com/~wyhotspr/.
A mailing list for those searching for their Wyoming Native American ancestors. Many of the cemeteries have been destroyed over the years and with others' help, possibly this list will help find lost Indian ancestors.
A mailing list for anyone researching their Indian ancestors to discuss and share information regarding Indian tribes that lived in or traveled through Wyoming.
Johnson County, Wyoming.
Laramie County, Wyoming.
Lincoln County, Wyoming.
miners and the mining industry in Wyoming.
Natrona County, Wyoming.
Niobrara County, Wyoming.
A mailing list for the submission of abstracts, extracts and links from Wyoming 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:
the State of Wyoming.
A companion list to the WYGenWeb project (http://www.rootsweb.com/~wygenweb). This is an open list with a "hometown" atmosphere for anyone with an interest or love of Wyoming. The main focus is genealogy and history. Yet, remembrances, fun stories, folklore, Wyoming heritage, family (past and present), and other topics such as fishing, hunting, ranching, hiking, and even the weather and recipes are frequent and encouraged.
State administration list for Wyoming Trails To The Past to communicate with county administrators.
Park County, Wyoming.
Platte County, Wyoming.
Sheridan County, Wyoming.
Sublette County, Wyoming.
Sweetwater County, Wyoming.
Teton County, Wyoming.
Uinta County, Wyoming.
A mailing list for Veterans and their families, focused on general and genealogical interests and resources for Wyoming veterans from all branches of the armed forces and all wars or other military conflicts, as well as peacetime veterans.
Weston County, Wyoming.
the discussion of genealogical and related topics associated with the Wind River Indian Reservation located in northwestern Wyoming. This reservation is the home of the Shoshone and Arapaho Native American Nations; however, other Tribes in Wyoming will also be discussed on the list.