From the Family Tree Forum Reference Library
Welcome to Family Tree Forum's Site Projects area.
For reference information not contained within these projects, please use our
We have supplied a list of ongoing projects below.
- Places of Worship - The Places of Worship project is an important part of the .
These pages host a vast and ever-growing collection of photographs donated by the members.
For a list of co-ordinators involved with this project please click
- Costume Gallery - The gallery hosts a growing number of photographs of costume through the ages which have been contributed by the members.
- FTF Gallery of International War Memorials - War Memorial photographs from outside the UK
- Surname Directory - The Surname Directory is a selection of the surnames being researched by the members of the Family Tree Forum.
- Certificate Exchange - A place to list all those wrong certificates or maybe to find the one you have been looking for.
- - Historical information linking ancestors and buildings.
Additionally, if you wish to view a full list of the pages within this area, please click here. Please be aware that content from some of these may have been moved. If this is the case, a link to the new location will have been left on the page.
- All Family Tree Forum members have the ability to add content to pages in the Site Projects area.
- If you have any ideas for other projects, or would like to find out more about them, please visit the .
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- Any additions and amendments will be tracked to ensure conformity with layout as well as preventing undesirable content from appearing on the site.
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