Below you will find a list of links to our friends, recommended vendors, and other useful information.


The Skillmans of America website is hosted by our Genealogist, Bill Skillman, and is an excellent resource for Skillman genealogical information.

Beyond DNA by Selena PostSelena Post, an SFA Member in good standing has written a new book entitled Beyond DNA: Inheriting Spiritual Strength from the Women in Your Family Tree. The book includes inspirational stories about many of the women in Selena’s family tree, including Annie Skillman, daughter of F. Robert J. Skillman (1813-1890) of Baltimore. For more details, go to where you’ll see the cover, a description, some reviews, and you can use the “search inside” tool to read parts of the book.

Recommended Vendors

The Skillman Family Association heartily endorses RootsMagic as our preferred genealogy software. This is a very sophisticated (but not complicated) application, and RootsMagic provides great personal tech support with a live human being on the other end of the line!

Family Tree DNA
The Skillman Family Association heartily endorses Family Tree DNA as our preferred DNA testing vendor. We are very excited about the amazing possibilities which are opened up by this simple cheek-swab DNA testing procedure, and we have a few projects underway including the Skillman DNA Project.

Family Tree DNA
The Skillman Family Association heartily endorses Family Tree University as our preferred online genealogy education program. Connect to other genealogists, discover new resources and become a better researcher by taking these online courses designed by the experts.

Useful Resources

Free Family History and Genealogy Records provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Find A Grave
The New York Genealogical & Biographical Society
The Genealogical Society of New Jersey
The Somerset County Historical Society of New Jersey
The New Jersey Historical Society
Guild of One-Name Studies
Raritan-Millstone Heritage Association (RMHA)
Here is a great general introduction to genealogy with lots of useful links titled History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy. A tip o’ the hat to our friend, Bailey, from Colorado for sharing this link!