Free lookups, incredibly large database. You request a look up and they email the results to you.
Books We Own
Books We Own is a list of resources owned/accessed by individuals who are willing to look up genealogical information and e-mail or snail mail it to others who request it. This is a free service - volunteers may ask for reimbursement of copies and postage if information is provided via snail-mail.
Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths.
The FreeBMD Project's objective is to provide free Internet access to the Civil Registration index information for England and Wales. The Civil Registration system for recording births, marriages, and deaths in England and Wales has been in place since 1837 and is one of the most significant single resources for genealogical research back to Victorian times.
These CDs are here by the graciousness of the Owner/Volunteer. They offered their services to this site only. IF you insist on abusing this site, or a volunteer, the site will be taken down.
The Genealogy Helplist consists of volunteers who are willing to help others by looking up specific items at institutions near them, or help supply other information easily accessible to them.
Genealogy Look Up Forum
This website was created for people who are looking for information on their genealogy research. All look ups are free of charge.
A central place to locate an 'Angel' volunteer who lives in an area of interest who is willing to help you obtain a document from the courthouse, historical archives, library, newspaper article, tombstone photo, etc.
Genswap - Free Genealogy Lookups
Here you will find a list of people willing to do free lookups in genealogical sources that they have. These people are volunteers willing to do simple lookups for you, so please do not overload them with too many requests.
Lori Hoffman's Site
This is a great site of volunteers who will check CDís for information for you.
Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness
Originally begun by two researchers who saw the need for such a service in their region. This small site grew very rapidly from just a statewide service to an international one.