Genealogical Links

Luke 20:38
"He is not the God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive."

I here provide some links to help with your family history research.
Please E-mail me if you have any suggestions for other links.

logo used by kind permission of BMD FreeBMD stands for Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths. The FreeBMD Project's objective is to provide free Internet access to the Civil Registration index information for England and Wales. The Civil Registration system for recording births, marriages, and deaths in England and Wales has been in place since 1837 and is one of the most significant single resources for genealogical research back to Victorian times. The FreeBMD project only contains index information for the period 1837-1901.

BMD Certificates
BMD Certificates 2nd Floor 145-157 St John Street London EC1V 4PY United Kingdom We locate and obtain UK (England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) birth, marriage or death certificates.
James says: "I'm lucky enough to make a living involving genealogy, but its not just work, it's also still a hobby, so please let me know if there's anything I might personally be able to assist you with."

National Archives
A public archive service run by the government, with free access to original historical documents. Now has searchable version of the 1901 Census.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Site
Enables you to find more information about those who died in the first and second world wars. Lists name and rank, where they are buried, and who the parents were.

National Records of Scotland - Family History.

Some parish records available on the net, mainly from Suffolk. Also contact the British Isles Family History Support Office, which is the initial contact for 96 centres in the UK.

Federation of Family History Societies
Assists those interested in family history and genealogy. Has a membership of nearly 200 societies.


UK and Ireland Genealogical Information Service
is a noncommercial, "virtual reference library", which can not only provide historical information, but can also help you to find others researching your family name.

Society of Genealogists
offers research material, guidance and support for those interested in family history and the lives of earlier generations. It is a charity whose objects are to "promote, encourage and foster the study, science and knowledge of genealogy". It has a library with a large collection of family histories, civil registration and census material, and the widest collection of Parish Register copies in the country (over 9,000).

London Metropolitan Archives
Has a large archive of information relating to London and Londoners The offices can be visited, and if that is not possible they offer a special research service to genealogists and local historians.

Last, but by no means least, here is a site which allows you to share information with others who are researching their family trees. Looks like there are a lot of useful resources here.
It is wise to check the Privacy Statements on these sites, as you may be sharing some personal information.


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