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Unknown Report 3 Nov 2003 23:10

Here are a couple of good ones for those researching South Africa - http://www.genealogy(.) Regards Margaret


Sue Report 4 Nov 2003 10:11

Pay to view database: www.familyhistoryonline(.)net "We publish on-line records compiled by Family History Societies - quality data from experienced researchers with local knowledge providing more accurate details at fees that give value for money. Currently we hold some 16.8 million records that you can search. They include indexes (or fuller details of the entries) for baptisms, marriages, burials, monumental inscriptions, and census returns." You can search for your names and it will list their occurrences and the cost (pence) to view. Have only browsed so far, but it looks worthwhile. and www.thegenealogyclub(.)co(.)uk an online magazine. Free registration to view part of the site (which gives quite a lot of information) or a subscription to get to the whole site. Sue


Bob Report 4 Nov 2003 10:21

Useful links site:


Sue Report 4 Nov 2003 11:11

If you're adding to your Christmas present list - have a look at the genealogy charts etc at www(.)genealogyprinters(.)com An excellent way of seeing at a glance what information you have (and what you still need) for each person in your tree. Sue


Tracy Report 4 Nov 2003 12:44

www.hertfordtown.fsnet(.)co(.)uk for the fallen commemorated on war related memoria in Hertford.

*****Debbie from Salford (Not Manchester)*****

*****Debbie from Salford (Not Manchester)***** Report 4 Nov 2003 14:00

I found a couple of good ones revolving around Salford Manchester....www.salfordroots(.)com and www.gengateway(.)com Best wishes Debbie


Robin Report 4 Nov 2003 14:28

Three good sites "Cradley Links" and "Black Country Pages " for census and Parish Register info in that part of the country. "Curious Fox" Similar to Genes but based on place rather than name and UK based.Place searches are free!


Shirlock Report 4 Nov 2003 17:11

Hello Here are some good sites too. www.parishchest(.)com its a good Northern site and you can buy some indexes from them. is a another very useful one. have manuscripts,deeds and books to purchase. has 20,000 names taken from 1850-1920 press cuttings you can buy. Including theatrical, black sheep and convicts. homes where your ancestors lived. free databases online. Parish records Devon. Manchester Archives and Local Studies Parish Register order Service. This is a must for ordering some copies of Birth, Baptism, and Death certificates for 50p each. check out the website. Good Luck Shirley


Meryl Report 4 Nov 2003 18:29

Good one for East and West Flegg district of Norfolk, contains parish records. www.fleggisland(.)co(.)uk Best Wishes Meryl


Sandra Report 4 Nov 2003 19:02

For any Gloucestershire/Cotswold references you may need try www(.)cotswoldedge(.)org(.)uk Some census returns for 1851 in villages around Cotswold country. My home ground. Sandra


Julie Report 4 Nov 2003 19:08

For people with ancestors in Cambridgeshire the CC website has online searching for BMD. It is being added to, and the fab thing is on Marriages it cross references the spouses surname, right from 1837! www(.)camcny(.)gov(.)uk You can also print a form to order the derts as well Julie T:)


Sinead Report 4 Nov 2003 20:45

for anyone doing Somerset this is absolutely fab- tons and tons of info and great links:- www(.)genealogyhelp(.)co(.)uk also www(.)cyndislist(.)com has links to sites worldwide on all genealogy topics. Happy hunting!!! Sinead


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Gigi Report 5 Nov 2003 12:40



Jennifer Report 5 Nov 2003 16:03

http://www(.)monmouth(.)com/~sorourke/disease(.)htm good for looking up cause of death


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Roseanne Report 5 Nov 2003 22:48

www(.)lancashirebmd(.)org(.)uk/ www(.)cheshirebmd(.)org(.)uk/ Good idea! Roseanne


Sue Report 6 Nov 2003 08:44

www(.)pubhistorysociety(.)co(.)uk - interesting site with message board and links. A good place if you're not sure where to start looking for pub information Sue


Emma Report 6 Nov 2003 08:58 - Middlesex surnames interests - information relating to workhouses www.workhouses(.)co(.)uk - information relating to workhouses www.gendocs.demon(.) www.londonancestor(.)com - East of London family history society


Janet Report 6 Nov 2003 11:47

Don't think this one has been mentioned yet www(.)gencircles(.)com