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What census cd's or other records do you have?

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George Report 28 Oct 2003 11:52

There was a thread on this but its disappeared, so what does everyone own that they would be willing to do lookups on? I have- 1881 Census on Cd George


George Report 28 Oct 2003 12:45

As far as I know the info is the same, I got it before the LDS added it to their site. George


Herbert Report 28 Oct 2003 12:51

I have the 1851 cd for Devon Norfolk and Warwick only. Bert

susie manterfield(high wycombe)

susie manterfield(high wycombe) Report 28 Oct 2003 13:24

i have got VRI british isles 2nd edition bishop of london 1520-1828 marriage licences, NBI and 1891 census on ancestry i will be willing to do look ups for anyone. i must add though that i dont think either discs are complete susie


Sarah Report 28 Oct 2003 13:56

Hi All I think that they should have a board like this ie:- Look- ups or something like that. It saves people keep on asking for look-ups on the tips board. I have London marriage licences 1521-1869(SORRY DISC HAS BEEN DAMAGED) Pigots Middlesex 1839 Trade directory Index of surnames from old Photos 2003 Edit National Burial Index Post Office Directory Kent 1851 Kent 1841 Census ( no index) I can only do a search with an address. Kent 1891 Census (no index) i can only do a search with an address Tonbridge Kent 1891 index London 1891 name Index VRI 2nd edit Uk 1881 Cenus all the best Sarah


Marcelo Report 28 Oct 2003 14:29

What are "London marriage licences 1521-1869" and "bishop of london 1520-1828 marriage licences"? Marcelo


Martin Report 28 Oct 2003 18:18

Don't forget that some companies that sell CD-ROM's of censuses, directories etc do not allow users to advertise that they are prepared to do lookups.

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256

Maz (the Royal One) in the East End 9256 Report 28 Oct 2003 18:34

I have 1881 on disc with reader 4.0 that allows you to search by address. Also now have 1861 London - address please. Also have 3 useful books - Local Newspapers 1750-1920, Greater London Cemeteries and Crematoria and Specialist Indexes for Family Historians. The latter has lists by County - and general - and where to find stuff i.e. where to find marriage licences for Huntingdonshire or The Society of Brushmakers Descendants! Maz. XX

Helen in Kent

Helen in Kent Report 28 Oct 2003 19:14

Sarah I'm interested in what might be on your census indexes for Kent as my house is supposed to be about 200 years old. If you had an address could you see who lived there?I have found it already for 1881 and am working on 1901.


Sarah Report 28 Oct 2003 19:34

Hi Helen Yes i will try and do that for you . Just let me know the address. best wishes Sarah

Helen in Kent

Helen in Kent Report 28 Oct 2003 20:08

Sarah, You're brilliant! The address has changed over the years but will be something like: Pound Farm (or Farmhouse), The Stocks (or Stocks Road or something similar), Wittersham, Kent. 2 or 3 houses up the road, depending on which census you are looking at, is The Mill House or Stocks Mill House. There also was a cottage between us and the mill called Lilly's Cottage. Further on is a house that is as old as ours called Prospect House. In the opposite direction, towards the village, (we are a mile outside Wittersham), is a house called Stocksway and another called The Tilehouse.Hope this makes sense: thanks, I know it's not easy!

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 29 Oct 2003 04:22

I have the British Vital Records Index second edition. The 1881 census on disc Pigots 1831 Topography and Gazeteeer of England Vol 1 Willing to do (have already done) look ups. Teresa


Guinevere Report 29 Oct 2003 08:31

Hi, On CD I have the 1851 and 1861 census for Brecknock, the 1851 for Bristol and North Somerset, the 1881 for the UK, the 1851 for Devon, Norfolk and Warwickshire. Name, birthdate, birthplace and likely location will help with a search. I have the 1901 fiche for Lowestoft - but need an address to search them. I have the 1851 index booklets for Mutford and Lothingland, Suffolk. Name date and place of birth needed for a search. I have the Suffolk Hearth Tax returns of 1674 and the Subsidy returns of 1568. I need the name of the town or village to search these. I have the 1850 Hunt and Company Directory of East Norfolk with parts of Suffolk. Name and Location, please. I have the Burials register of St Elli's church, Llanelli, Brecknock. I really need a full name and date of death to search this. There are more Jones and Powells than seems reasonable, even for Wales. And I have the NBI. Full name, approx date of death and county for a search of this. I'm happy to do specific searches on these but please mail me "privately" as I won't be checking this board very often and I wouldn't want to miss out on helping if I can. Stop press. I now have the 1851 for Gloucs, Bristol, Wilts and all of Somerset. This CD has head of household only and I need a village/tow/parish. I also have Paupers in Gt Yarmouth 1754 - 1844 (from Poor Law papers) Name, original parish and date, please. Gwynne


Unknown Report 29 Oct 2003 13:34

I have the Phillimore's Index to Isle of Wight marriages. It covers the following Parishes from the 16th Century up to 1837:- Brading Yaverland Calbourne Newport Freshwater Niton Whitwell I also have the following Censuses:- Oxfordshire 1841 Oxfordshire 1891 North & East Riding of Yorkshire 1841 Kent 1841. Jim


Heather Report 29 Oct 2003 13:59

i too have the 1881 uk census on cd hevi


AnninGlos Report 29 Oct 2003 14:34

I have the 1851 Devon, warwick and Norfolk And the Hampshire Burial Index for 1400-1837 I also have Creech St Michael Parish register & Bishops Transcripts 1606-1837 Indexes of the 1851 census record of Dorset Volume 14 Lyme Regis and Neighbouring parishes Indexes of 1891 census records of Dorset volume 8 Lyme Regis & neighbouring parishes. Also have the parish records -births 1813-1924, marriages 1813-1820and burials1813-1923 for St matins Parish Church caerphilly I would echo what other people have said, please e mail me seperately in case I miss the board. Ann Glos


Kathryn Report 29 Oct 2003 22:59

I have the 1841, 1851 and 1861 for Glamorgan and the 1851 brecknock. Please email me direct by clicking on my name. Kath


Unknown Report 30 Oct 2003 07:33

Does anyone have any useful Scottish info on CD? I have the 1881 which is great for those of us researching North of the Border. Scotland is not on the LDS site and we would have to pay to view it on the Scotlands People site. It was really well worth buying. I also have the VRI second edition but I haven't found anything for myself yet on there :o(( Regards Margaret


BrianW Report 30 Oct 2003 09:54

I have Bomber Command Losses 1939-1945. This cover UK based operational squadrons. Includes crashed aircraft regardless of crew fatalities or not. Please e-mail any requests.


Debbie Report 30 Oct 2003 19:36

I have Wiltshire Parish records vol2 which is for marriage registers for Marlborough-St Petersand St Marys, Yatton Keynell and Durrington. The Wiltshire 1851 census. Which I think Ive seen Bristol as well. And the 1891 Wiltshire census. Ive had them a while now and still not sure how they really work but I am willing to have a good go for anybody that would like a look up. I might be a bit slow to start but i`m sure I will get the hang of it. So many kind people have helped me in the past now it`s my turn to give back. Debbie