Although Wales is a Country of it's own, for simplicity reasons, it has been included on the 'Counties' page
Asylum Admissions Prestwich 1851-1901
BBC Family History Links
London Poverty Maps
Booth's maps- Zoomable, Interactive with Modern London
The London School of Economics
Has released a new online interactive map of Charles Booth's Poverty Map of London.
Britain From Above- Historical Aerial Photos
British Genealogy Govering 1209-1948.
British History Online
British History Sources, 1500-1900
BURKE'S PEERAGE INDEX
Cambridge Alumni Database
CATHOLIC FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY
Catholic History: England & Wales 1550-1850
Children of the British Empire
Photographs, personal accounts and official records are used to explore what life was like for the children of men serving with the Durham Light Infantry (DLI) in Colonial India.
Children's home Records
In 1986 the BBC launched an ambitious project to record a snapshot of everyday life across the UK for future generations.
DR. BARNARDO’S HOMES
Barnardo’s Family History Service
If your deceased relative was a Barnardo’s boy or girl, in the UK or as part of migration
to Australia or Canada, we could help you trace information about them and their life in Barnardo’s.
England and Wales, from 1750 to 1919.
English and Welsh Lunatic Asylums and Mental Hospitals Information
England & Wales, Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers, 1578-1837
Eton College register
1753-1790 : alphabetically arranged and edited with biographical notes
GenealogyForum- Roots Web
Hearth Tax Online
Hearth Tax Online is a web site dedicated to providing data and analysis of the records of the hearth tax which was introduced in England and Wales by the government of Charles II in 1662.
Historic Churches Survey database
Historical Directories of England & Wales
The earliest known aerial photographs of Britain - taken more than 130 years ago from hot air balloons.
Index of Coventry Blitz Victims
Lunatic Asylum Records
Lunacy Patients Admission Registers, 1846-1912
Marriage in the Middle Ages
In the middle ages, children were married at a young age. Girls were as young as 12 when they married, and boys as young as 17.
Metropolitan Police Historical Records- U.K.
National Wills Index collections-some counties free search
Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial BMDs Service- search (Not all)
Online Parish Clerks.
ORIGINS.net-National Wills Index collections-some counties free search
Parish Priests and Their People in the Middle Ages in England, by Edward L. Cutts
Parish Registers of England
Poorhouse Records- England
Portraits of 76 male and 65 female patients from the Hanwell Lunatic asylum
Are preserved among the “Galton Papers” at the Special Collections of University College London. The frontal, half-length portraits carry a number as well as family names. The archive at Bethlem holds the admission and discharge books as well as the medical files.
Quaker History & Genealogy
Quakers in Britain- Access to Archives
Talbot Research Organisation
The Annual Monitor or Obituary Members of the Society of Friends Great Britain & Ireland 1843
THE BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE
THE BRITISH NEWSPAPER ARCHIVE
The British Newspaper Archive on Facebook
The British Postal Museum & Archive
The Genealogist Image Archive
THE GUARDIAN ARCHIVES
The Marriage Locator
The Modern Records Centre holds an unrivalled collection of British trade union archives & includes a list of trades and occupations commonly searched for in the Centre's archives with a definition.
The Victorian Dictionary
The Waifs and Strays Magazine
The magazine offers a wealth of interesting information from the homes, like reports of holidays and festivities as well as fund-raising events. Letters printed from children & those that had benefited from the Society's care many years previously
UK Genealogy - British and Irish Genealogy Search
UK Genealogy .co.uk
UK, Lunacy Patients Admission Registers, 1846-1912
Understanding Parish Birth Records
United Kingdom and Ireland Obituary Collection
COUNTIES (plus Wales)
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