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The UK National Archives:-

The US National Archives:-

Archived US Newspapers:-

National Archives of Australia:-

An excellent site and with some records available to be digitised for a fee, others are available to view and download.

Trove, Archived Australian newspapers:-

The Society of Genealogists:-

They have a large reference library for family history research.

The UK and Ireland Genealogical Information Society:-

It provides a large amount of data relating to historical documentation. Many other UK links are provided.

The above site specific to Yorkshire:-

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society:-

Its stated aim is "The examination, preservation and illustration of the History, Architecture, Antiquities, Manners, Customs, Arts and Traditions of the county."

Has a large number of parish records available.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint:-

This site provides access to a very large genealogy database.

A very large website devoted to genealogy and web site links:-

An American orientated hobby blog site by Mark Orwig with useful links on the basics of genealogy:-

Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter:-

Dick Eastman's excellent free Online weekly newsletter, that always contains all the latest news of interest for genealogists using computers, and often has detailed reviews of genealogical software.

Dick Eastman says, "All my future genealogy searches will start on I've been using the site for a while during its testing and have been very impressed":-

GenealogyInTime Magazine:-

Is one of the largest free genealogy websites in the world. Everything is free, including powerful genealogy search engines, listings of the latest ancestral records, in-depth articles and other helpful tools and resources.

FreeBMD project:-

Its aim is to transcribe the Civil Registration index of births, marriages and deaths for England and Wales, and to provide free Internet access to these records. It is a part FreeUKGEN, which includes FreeCEN (Census data) and FreeREG (Parish Registers).

Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC):-

Searchable CD forms of old and rare Yorkshire books:-

The Archive CD Books Project:-

Reproduces old books, documents and maps on CD & downloads for genealogists and historians. Cooperates with libraries, museums and record offices in providing money to renovate old books.

Medieval English genealogy:-

Provides some useful links to medieval history sources. The dates covered extend to about 1600.


A genealogy software review site where all the software is rated by software uses.



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