List of Search Engines & Directories


List of People Search Engines

People search resources. Whether you want to locate old friends from high school or college or need to do research on a potential employee, these search tools are what you need. Some charge a fee for their services while others are completely free.


Biography - features a searchable biographical database of 25,000 famous names. Read biographies, play games, watch interviews and video clips at Check out our Born On This Day, Deathiversary, and Black History sections. Visit The Biography Channel for great TV shows like BIOGRAPHY, Notorious, I Survived..., and more.

Alumni.NET - Alumni e-mail registry and bulletin board system for colleges and highschools all over the world.

ClassMates.Com - Find a friend or high school alumni from more than 40 million members in over 200,000 affiliations at High School, Military or College - plan a reunion.

Gradfinder - A service that lets school friends and alumni stay in touch. Grads can add themselves to the registry free and search for friends world wide. GradFinder has over 3 million free members from over 200,000 high schools and colleges in the United States.

MyLife - MyLife offers you access to more than 750 million profiles with advanced search and filtering options, all in one place. We access publicly available information from a variety of places - proprietary sources, social networks, public domain - to create the largest database of online and offline information to help you find anyone from anytime in your life.

If you don't immediately find who you're looking for, MyLife continues searching on your behalf and provides you with updates and alerts as new information becomes available.

MyLife suggests friends and contacts you may know based on your profile information and existing contacts.

A popular reverse-search feature - Who's Searching for You? - lets you know who's looking for you and further increases the chances of reconnecting with anyone.

MyLife gives you a global view into the most popular sites your friends are part of, including LinkedIn, Facebook and MySpace as well as 50 other sites.

People Search - People Search is great way to find and reconnect with family, old friends, relatives - just about anyone! People Search reports include phone numbers, address history, ages, birthdates, household members, home value, income and more.

People Searching - is the first comparison site to allow users to compare and review people search and record search sites. People Searching helps users find reviews on people search products, ratings, pricing information, customer comments, and more.

There are hundreds of people searching sites online, each offering users access to some sort of personal information. We have tried to include as many people, record, and background searching sites as we could find and we are adding more all the time.

Whether you are looking for information on a friend, potential employee, or investigating someone new in your life, People Searching can help you find the service that is best for you. - Search and find people's phone numbers, addresses, and more with - including background checks and missing persons lookups. - [New Window] - People information portal simplifies the search for biographies, vital records, population statistics, directories, chat rooms, genealogy resources and more.

Pipl - Pipl finds high-quality results in pages that cannot be found on regular search engines. Free People Search.

Vital Records Information for United States - Directory of resources for obtaining vital records (i.e. birth or death certificate, marriage license) from each state, territory and county of the U.S.

WebMii - Find all online public information about you (and other people) and get your PeopleRank: your visibility score on the web.

Who? Me? - Searchable database which helps old lost friends and missing family members from adoption, find each other and get reconnected. Who? Me? is a Reverse People Finder website. A site where someone may be trying to find you. Is someone, somewhere, looking for you?