Almanach de Gotha - Publisher's information about the Almanach de Gotha publication (formerly often considered the most influential royal genealogical reference book ever produced). Re-launched in England 1998 following a break of fifty four years.
Balkan States Nobility Genealogy - Index of genealogies in the collection of T. F. Boettger for the noble families of the Balkan States (Greece, Constantinople, Albania, Roumania).
The Barony of Richecourt - The official website for the barony of Richecourt, the Lord Chevalier Gary M. Beaver, Baron of Richecourt.
Database of Higher European Nobility - This system (by Herbert Stoyan) allows access by a variety of criteria such as: name, date range, location, relationship, classification/title. The data includes family trees and sometimes biographies, portraits and arms. The original version of the system is in German; the English translation is not always clear.
Directory of Royal Genealogical Data - A site by Brian Tompsett with a database containing the genealogy of the British Royal family and those linked to it via blood or marriage relationships. It contains, in fact, the genealogy of almost every ruling house in the western world because of the intermarriage that took place between them at some time or another. There are in excess of 30,000 individuals from the earliest times to the present in the database.
Elite Titles - Become Lord and Lady of your favourite place.
ES-Sence - Kaj Malachowski's web-guide to the "Europaische Stammtafeln," a collection of European royal and noble genealogies.
European Royalty and Nobility - Site by Brigitte Gastel Lloyd and Leo van de Pas containing biographies, articles, links and substantial genealogical information.
European Royalty during World War II - A site by Glenn A. Steinberg that captures the personalities, circumstances, and genealogies of the royal houses of Europe during a particular moment in their history.
Frequently Asked Questions for soc.genealogy.medieval - The newsgroup soc.genealogy.medieval (see below) is unmoderated and is used for the discussion of genealogy and family history among people researching individuals who lived in medieval times; thus, it is not only about royalty. The FAQ document lists many useful links.
Gottschee Genealogies - Includes the House of Ortenburg, the House of Auersperg, the Houses of Görz, Tirol, & Cilli, the House of Habsburg, the House of Habsburg-Lorraine and the House of Babenberg.
The Hashemite Family Tree - Hashemite Family Tree showing the lineage from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to King Hussein. King Hussein is the 42nd generation direct descendent of the Prophet Muhammad. Biographical information available on a number of descendents of the Prophet.
HereditaryTitles.com - A collection of coats of arms and information about the hereditary Peerage, Baronetage, and Royal Family of the United Kingdom. Contains searchable database of over 7,000 current, abeyant, and extinct titles.
King Edward III of England - Ancestors of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault from the Churchyard/Orr Family Museum.
Polish Nobility Association (Founded 1927) - Official web site of the Polish Nobility Association. This association is open to individuals whose names appear in the Polish-Lithuanian Nobility records of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth archives and reference sources.
Protasyev Ugol Online: The Pleasures of Memory - Information on genealogy and heraldry of many Russian noble families. Provides some findings on V. A. Tropinin and V. L. Borovikovsky, along with a description of Grzymala coat of arms.
Regnal Chronologies - An archive of king lists showing both individuals and dynasties, as well as eras of foreign rule and non-monarchic periods for most regions of the world, from earliest times to the present. Includes some national heraldry.
Remember; don't fall into the bad spelling trap. It's genealogy, not geneology or genology. When in doubt about the spelling of ancestor, genealogy or anything else related to vital records, we suggest the following site to double check your spelling: Dictionary.com