This ongoing project aims to transcribe the civil registration index of births, deaths and marriages for England and Wales from 1837.
This ongoing project aims to transcribe the baptisms, marriages and burials in parish registers for England and Wales from 1538 until the beginning of civil registrations in 1837.
Details of people transported to Australia from Ireland from 1788 to 1868. This includes convicts and, in some cases, members of convicts’ family transported as free settlers.
Provides free access to the court trials held at the Old Bailey, 1674-1913. This includes the trials of many convicts who were sent to Australia.
Allows access to a wide range of records including civil and church registers, census returns, valuation rolls, legal records, and poor relief and migration records. Searching is free, however payment is needed to access the records.
A catalogue to records held in the UK Archives, it brings together indexes and documents, and directs you to help sheets on accessing the collection.
The websites are devoted to the Bailiwicks of Guernsey (Donkipedia) and Jersey (Jerripedia).These websites contain the largest online repository of information about the islands, with hundreds of family trees, thousands of family records and an illustrated general history of the islands.
Provides a link to all the county websites that offer online transcribed indexes of the original records held by the local registry offices.