Useful sites for finding friends, finding family, finding classmates, and more!
- Anywho.com – Search for People and Phone Numbers
- Facebook – Find Friends – Facebook search
- Looking for family, friends, lost loves, classmates? PeopleFinders.com
- Yahoo People Search
- EmailFinder.com – Find nearly anyone’s email
- PeopleSearched – Search for phone numbers, addresses, background info
- Phonedetective.com – If you have the phone number, it will find the person
- USSearch.com – Search for People and Phone Numbers
- Ancestry.com – Discover your story in the world’s largest online family history resource.
- Discover the meaning and history behind your last name!
- Family Tree Maker – Ancestry.com’s Family Tree Software
- Family Tree Maker – Ancestry.com – UK’s Family Tree Software
- Familytreesearcher.com – Enter your ancestor information just once to search for family trees at multiple online genealogy databases
- Find YOUR Family Tree – OneGreatFamily
- Genealogy-search-advice.com – Genealogy Search Advice. Answer a series of simple questions and get free, customized advice on the most effective next steps in your genealogy search.
- Genealogy.com/index_n.html Discover your Family story
- Familysearch.org/eng/default.asp Mormon Church Family History Resources
- Koreanwar.org. Korean war information, facts, database.
- Military.com. Benefiting the US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard
- USAF-locator.com. Unofficial Air Force e-mail Locator for Past, Present, and Retired Servicemen
- Reunionsmag.com. Magazine dedicated to all types of reunions.
- Bbhq.com. Baby Boomer Headquarters. See Reunion Central.
- Bhg.com/health-family/reunions/ Better Homes and Gardens guide.
Reunion people-finding tools
The most difficult task in any reunion is finding people you have lost touch with. Especially when your reunions are spaced several years apart, since many people have moved. The good news is the Internet has made finding people much easier. There are many Internet search engines for locating people, the free ones being the most efficient.
SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
Additional people finding suggestions
- Post missing persons list on your reunion website
- Send Missing Persons lists in all reunion announcements.
- Contact the parents many times they will be living at the old address.
- Request referrals during phone drives
- Contact your alumni association / post announcement on their website
- County Hall of Records has public birth records,
- Class reunion committees of neighboring years may have records of siblings of members in your class.
- Check college websites and their alumni section
- Post reunion announcement on on-line local newspapers
- Websites that offer free reunion listings