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Best as in value for money

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Reggie

Reggie Report 11 Aug 2013 23:34

Look at their home pages.......see what they offer, then make your own decision based on whether the info they have is what you are looking for

Elizabethofseasons

Elizabethofseasons Report 11 Aug 2013 23:17

Dear Billy

Hello

The details for the Godfrey maps are:


Alan Godfrey Maps

Prospect Business Park

Leadgate, Consett, DH8 7PW

England

Tel. (01207) 583388

Fax (01207) 583399


Best wishes
Elizabeth

InspectorGreenPen

InspectorGreenPen Report 11 Aug 2013 19:25

How long is a piece of string? There is no one answer.

Much depends on what, when and where you are interested in researching.

MarieCeleste

MarieCeleste Report 11 Aug 2013 17:29

And of course there is FamilySearch ......

(OK to mention as it's a free site and therefore not a competitor of GR - many of us use it in conjunction)

Rambling Rose

Rambling Rose Report 11 Aug 2013 17:04

Billy, GR tend not to like these threads where comparisons with other sites are asked for...

but all sites have their supporters, either for the ease of search, or the areas covered, or because they hold specific records. For example one site has the London records, which if you have London relatives, are worth the subscription several times over.

The best way of knowing which site suits you best is to take offered free trials ( and remember to cancel before credit card payment is taken ).

Many free sites offer alternatives that you can't get on paying ones ( for example the Irish 1901/1911 census).

Billy

Billy Report 11 Aug 2013 16:57

Which is the best genealogy websites for research and value for money, all the sites look expensive, so value for money must be the way ahead.
Billy