This area of the Family Tree Forum's Reference Library houses the Site Projects.
The Reference Library is a repository for reference information and research advice that has previously been stored within the threads in our forums.
In January 2010, many of the pages originally located in this area were transferred into a new part of the site and should you come across one, you will be redirected to its new home.
This work is ongoing while the bulk of the original pages are transferred.
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.
The gallery hosts a growing number of photographs of costume through the ages which have been contributed by the members.
We hope that our historical timeline will help you to put the personal life of your ancestors in context with the social and political situation of the time.
International War Memorials
Family Tree Forum collection of International (non-UK) War Memorial photographs.
The Surname Directory is a selection of the surnames being researched by the members of the Family Tree Forum.
During the changeover, you can find links to all the pages in the Reference Library in the Classified Index
A place to list all those wrong certificates or maybe to find the one you have been looking for.
FTF Online Magazine
Although not part of this area of the site, it is very much a project which without the contributions from the membership, could not exist.
- All Family Tree Forum members have the ability to add content to these Site Projects.
- If you have any ideas for other projects, or would like to find out more about them, please visit the .
- If you wish to create or amend content, you should also read the Help Page for Editors first to familiarise yourself.
- Please ensure that you read our and the . before adding any content.
- Unless otherwise specified, all content will be published under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation Licence
- For more help, see The Wiki Guide
- Any additions and amendments will be tracked to ensure conformity with layout as well as preventing undesirable content from appearing on the site.
Family Tree Forum reserves the right to amend any content not formatted to the style of the rest of the site without notification.