Our Bare Family Genealogy

or Bar,Baer, Barr, Bear, Behr and many other variations

Family Tree (temp closed)
My Ancestors: Bare, Cottier, Moody and Uptegrove trees
History of Bare's Landing, Ohio
Jacob Bare, Sr was an early settler (bef. 1818) of SE Ohio and owned all the land where the town of Hannibal is now located.
Bare Links
More Bare histories and sites about the places they lived
Bare Bits
Bare mentions found online and offline- can you find a connection?
you know...what's his name
and other problems with spelling and names from other countries (like Hans)
Genealogy Help
These sites are great places to search for our ancestors and the places they lived
Tools I use
to create my web sites...  Want your own spot for your own genealogy?  These sites make it easy with tools, templates & more!
please send your comments, suggestions, corrections or contributions to mjbare@prodigy.net



General Genealogy and Free Searchable Databases

  • Cyndi's List   the best free genealogy link source on the net and the perfect place to start your family search

This site is a proud member of The American History & Genealogy Project, The Surname Web, and the GenNetwork.org.  Visit their extensive sites for more free histories & genealogies which are organized by state, county and surname. 

I host the surname Bare and Moody, as well as historic Clackamas County, Oregon at the American History & Genealogy Project.

We all promote keeping our individual genealogies on our own independent websites, then we link together to build a stronger network of people sharing their stories.

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The Surname Web was one of the first genealogy communities on the web... I host the surname Moody.  They also have these helpful sites: Access Genealogy, Genealogy Help

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Free-For-All Links
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Since March 10, 2002

Signing the guest book is a great way to share with and find other Bare researchers so please visit and sign my guest book!

This site was last updated on April 28, 2002 by Margery J Bare