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|Archives, Basic Facts About|
This is a list of the Anglican parishes located at the Berkshire Record Office includes the years covered for baptisms, marriages and burials. In addition, each parish listed is provided with map coordinates linking with the included map.
The guide provides a detail list of what is available at the Berkshire Record Office. It includes Court of Quarter Sessions, Courts of Petty Sessions, Coroner's Courts, Borough Records, Parish Records and Unofficial deposited archival collections. An index is included for easy of access. Additional information can be found on the Berkshire Record Office website.
Volume 1 encompasses all the manuscript holdings of the College of Arms. It is divided into two subseries, Records (official registers of the College's work which in cludes visitations and funerals) and Collections (earliest manuscript holdings). There is both an appendix and an index for ease of use. You also may find their website helpful.
This guide includes a collection of records and archives which is vast in both quantity and scope. Besides 32 maps the listing includes official and public records, minor public records, ecclesiastical records, private collections and a variety of addition resources. An index is included with this edition. Additional information can be found on the Cheshire West and Chester website.
The Cornwall Record Office Website may provide additional information.
This is a handlist of the poor law records available at the Cornwall Record Office. They include overseers' accounts, settlement papers, apprenticeship indentures and bastardly bonds. To aid the researcher there are 9 different illlustrative examples of these documents.
This guide is to many thousands of official and non-offical records documenting life in this community from the Middle ages to the present day. Some official records are Quarter Sessions, Parish Councils, Wills and Probate, etc. The Ecclesiastical collection includes Church of England, Presbyterian, and others. Non-Official records include Manors, Estates and other records. An index is included. The Derbyshire Record Office Website may have additional information.
|Derbyshire Pedigrees: Index to Derby Local Studies Library Holdings|
|Devon Record Office|
|Finding Your Family: a genealogist’s guide to the Berkshire Record Office|
|Genealogical Records in Worcestershire|
|Genealogists Guide to the East Sussex Record Office|
|Genealogist Guide to the West Sussex Record Office, copy 2|
|General Register Office Tracing Records of BM&D|
|Gloucestershire Record Office Content Hand List|
|Guide for Family Historians: West Yorks Archive Service|
|Guide to (Norfolk) Genealogical Sources|
|Guide to County Council, Parish, Poor Law and Other Official Records in the Wiltshire County|
|Guide to Doncaster Archives Department Diocesan Record Office for the Archdeaconry of Doncaster|
|Guide to Genealogical Sources in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research|
|Guide to Shropshire Records|
|Guide to Sources at the Cornwall Record Office|
|Guide to the Bedfordshire Record Office|
|Guide to the contents of Lichfield Record Office|
|Guide to the Historical and Archaeological Publications of Societies in England and Wales, 1901-1933|
|Guide to the Huntingdonshire Record Office|
|Guide to the Lancashire Record Office|
|Guide to the Lancashire Record Office A Supplement, 1977-1989|
|Guide to the Records at Guildhall, London|
|Guide to the Records in the Custody of the Clerk of the Peace for Wiltshire|
|Guide to the South Humberside Area Archive Office|
|Guildhall Library:Handlist of non-conformist, Roman Catholic, Jewish and burial ground registers|
|Handlist of genealogical sources: Lancashire Record Office|
|Handlist of the Records of the Bishop of Lincoln and of the Church Deacons of Lincoln and Stow|
|Hertfordshire Record Office Genealogical Sources|
|Index of indexers a directory showing the location of indexes for the family historian: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland & Channel Islands|
|Index to Dorset County Records|
|An introduction to the use of the public records: Great Britain|
|Lincolnshire Archives Office|
|Lists of Londoners|
|London local Archives|
|Maritime information a guide to libraries and sources of information in the United Kingdom|
|Never been here before? a genealogist's guide to the Family Records Centre|
|New to Kew?a first time guide for family historians at the Public Record Office, Kew|
|Guide to the Nottinghamshire County Records Office|
|Parish and Non-Conformist Registers in Manchester Local History Library|
|Parish Registers in the East Riding County Record Office|
Visiting record offices can be intimidating unless you are prepared. This book explains the various records that could be available and provides a map along with contact information for each of the record offices located in England, Wales, Isle of Man and Scotland.
|Record Repositories in Great Britain: A Geographical Directory|
|Record Repositories in Great Britain|
|Short Guide to Records, Vol. 1, Vol. 2|
|Summary Guide to the Northamptonshire Record Office|
|Tracing Your Ancestors in the National Archives|
|Tracing Your Ancestors in the Public Record Office|
|Poll Books, electoral registers and census returns in the Hampshire Record Office|
|Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries|
|Using record offices for family historians|
|Wiltshire County Council: A Guide to the Record Office|