Family Bibles Online

Family Bibles is a collection of family bibles posted by individuals from all over the United States and the world, offered by Ancestors at Rest.

Some recent family bibles include:

A major problem with Family Bibles is that there is no where to search the blog for your family names. The big search at the top is an advertisement which takes you offsite.

To search Family Bibles, go to Google and type in family name place site: An example would be to search for the Smith family in New York would be smith new york site:

I hope they add site search soon.

And if you have family bible records and digital photographs, this would be an interesting place to share the wealth of your family bible with others.

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2 Responses to Family Bibles Online

  1. Dr. Gerald O. Breithaupt says:

    I have an 1858 Bible of the Webber Family; the oldest Webber was born in 1803; if anyone wants to use my e-mail I will send a chart with all the names found in the Bible. I want to get it to a home.

  2. Then I recommend you submit it to Family Bibles and/or create a genealogy/family history blog (free blogs through with the chart of non-living folks in the Bible. That would save on emailing and get the information out to those searching for it, not those randomly hunting through my blog comments. 😀

    It would also give you a chance to share more information about your own genealogy research.

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