What's New?

Our site has new look, new mapping options, and brand new updates for Google Street View to give you an immersive look at the past. There are ots of new tools especially for you and your research. Scroll down to see more new updates... 

February 2019:
1857 Atlas of Baltimore County, Maryland
1857 City Directory of Springfield, Illinois
1857 Atlas of Tolland County, Connecticut
1900 Atlas of Douglas County, Nebraska
1851 Atlas of Augusta, Maine
1847 City Directory of Green Bay Wisconsin
1860 Atlas of Somerset County, Pennsylvania

January 2019:
1889 Orange County, California Atlas
1887 Atlas Ramsey, Washington, Anoka, Dakota & Hennepin counties, Minnesota, and parts of St. Croix & Pierce counties, Wisconsin
1885 Map of Wyandotte County, Kansas
1876 Map of Fairfield County, South Carolina
1845 Detroit City Directory
1911 Atlas of McIntosh County North Dakota (partial)
1860 Atlas of Pike County, Illinois
1866 US Army Engineers Map of Rappahannock County, Virginia
1849 Map of New Castle County, Delaware
1858 Atlas of Cuyahoga County, Ohio
1904 Atlas of Jackson County, Missouri

October/November/December 2018:
1871 Map of Washington County, Mississippi
1878 Map of Jefferson County, Georgia
1863 Map of Goochland County, Virginia
1861 Map of the county of Middlesex, New Jersey
Map of Frederick, Berkeley, & Jefferson counties Virginia
1830 Somerset County Pennsylvania
1859 Akron Ohio City Directory
1880 St Louis County Missouri Altas
1866 Directory of the City of Montomgery, Alabama
Atlas of Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Jessamine and Woodford Counties, Ky.
1845 Fort Wayne, IN City Directory
1913 Atlas of Shawnee County, KS
1858 Atlas of Berkshire County, Massachusetts (Adams)

September 2018:
1858 Bershire Massachusetts Atlas
1869 Spartanburg, South Carolina Atlas
1878 Livingston County, Missouri Atlas

August 2018:
1869 Salt Lake City Directory.
1850 Stark County Ohio Atlas.
We added peformance improvements to the maps, visual improvements to markers and added two different map styles. We added a new placename search feature.

July 2018. We passed 9 million markers stored in our database. We also added Google+ or Gmail accounts as an option for members who want to use it for signup instead of Facebook.

June 2018: New Marker Design. We added a new collection of map marker pins that make it even easier to use at a glance.

Shortcuts. Now you can easily browse the map to find museums, cemeteries, towns, and other useful information. When you are planning a genealogy trip this feature will help you find information at your fingertips. It will also help make browsing the map easier when you are doing research. You can find this feature on the home page of the app.

U.S. City Directories. * We are launching an exciting new effort to map entire city directories. Now you can see your ancestor in context of their neighbors. You can also see where various socio-economic or ethnic groups are distributed. The following directories are in progress: 1842 Cincinnati Ohio, 1855 Indianapolis Indiana, 1890 Colorado Springs Colorado, 1879 Colorado Springs Colorado.

Directory of U.S. Museums for Genealogists. We have hand-selected a list of museums that have some interest for local historians and genealogists. These are great ideas for places to visit for more research or context when you are on a road trip. Each marker you pick will show a nearby museum to that area that might have more discoveries for you. It also has a link to the website where you can find more information about hours and exhibits. The following states have been added with more coming soon: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Plat Maps. * New atlases added include markers from Van Vechten's Map of Cook and DuPage Counties Illinois (1870), Brown and Nemaha Counties Kansas (1887), Henry County Illinois (1893), Cass County Illinois (1874)

Historical Markers. * Markers were added for California, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Kansas.

Original Texas Land Survey. * We are so exited to announce that the entire Original Texas Land Survey has been added to Genealogy4D. It also includes direct links to original documents which will give even more information.

Add Your Own Markers. Now you can add your own family to our collection of almost nine million other markers. Learn more about your ancestors' lives and share their stories with other researchers. Premium memberships allow you to analyze census records and locate your family simply by comparing neighbors with known land records and addresses in the area.

Track Your Location. No research trip will be the same again once you use Genealogy4D. Track your location along with all of your places you want to visit. Now it will be easy to find homes and cemeteries and other important places in your family's lives.

New Markers. In 2017 we added over three million new markers to Genealogy4D. We are expanding the data collection all the time. Many of your ancestors might already be on our maps waiting for you to find them.

Easier Filters. Now our filters are easier to use and more powerful too. Limit the markers by year and location. You can also limit to specific surnames to compare locations of multiple families.

Favorites. Add your own private comments to any marker. This will create a list of favorite markers that you can display for tracking your own research clues and places you want to visit.

County Boundary Changes. If you are not aware of boundary changes you might be missing valuable information hiding in another county. Our Boundary Changes feature makes it easy to view changes around every marker in the United States.

* NOTE: Some of these markers are only available to members. Others are free to the public.