Other Sites (continued)
Sales of CDs of digital images of Directories, Local History Books, Church Records and Military Books. Covers the old counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire and Warwickshire. CDs are available for sale but can be searched online.
The UK government's official archive, containing over 1,000 years of history.
Freeholders' records have been digitised and are available free of charge.
Proceedings of The Old Bailey, London, from 1674 to 1913.
Pay-per-view or subscription site. The Original Record.com is loading scans of 2,500 historical books and documents containing over 10 million entries relating to families in the British isles and colonies. Search now for the records of the surnames you are interested in, and order scans of the actual pages for direct viewing on-line.
A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe. Contains thousands of names. Hosted by RootsWeb.
Roots UK offers you the ability to search through multiple databases with one click, so you can find and access likely entries quickly. There is the electoral roll for London in 2005; birth, marriage and death index records from 1837-2005; and census transcripts 1841-1891 (excluding 1881).
The primary purpose and function of RootsWeb.com is to connect people so that they can help each other and share genealogical research. Most resources on RootsWeb are designed to facilitate such connections. Contains user contributed transcriptions of records, mailing lists, member tree uploads, message boards, etc.
The official government source of genealogical data for Scotland - BMD records, old parish registers, census information, wills and testaments.
An extensive list of names with e-mail links to their researchers.
A site for researching Northern Ireland ancestry. Some free information and a page of links.
Including, among others, UK & Ireland
. A non-profit volunteer organisation that is dedicated to the free use and access of public domain genealogical information. There are links to separate projects from different countries/regions. Internet websites are used to create "local repositories" of information that researchers worldwide can access. Each project website contains local resource information. There are also query pages, etc. Family trees can also be uploaded and viewed.