A Selection of genealogy websites you may find useful when conducting your family history research.
Vast online research site - the widest coverage of records from 1127 to 2005, and all the data is checked by experts for accuracy and quality.
Free Family History
A site full of advice on how to research your family tree for free, including free genealogy websites and free family history subscriptions.
The latest discount codes for family history subscriptions and products.
The largest UK genealogy publisher and retailer, with over a decade of experience in ser the needs of computer-based family historians.
The index to the complete range of birth, marriage and death records (BMD) f1837 onwards - that's 168 years of data, or 250 million events!
Easy-to-use online research site, ideal for the beginner. Pay-as-you-go service from just £5, only pay to view a full record, searching is FREE!
The Official Non-Parochial BMDs Service (in association with TNA)
TreeView is a powerful family tree builder. Whether you're an experiencamily historian or just starting out, you'll find TreeView easy to use and an essential tool in your research.
Helping you find the data and software you need to help your research.
British Family History
Discover your family history with this guide to genealogy.
Information about Army Lists and other Military sources.
Leading UK Genealogy Software.
Parish Registers - records from 1538 to 1837.
Access census and parish records from Family History societies.
The biggest online genealogical shop; over 20,000 family history items.
British Data Archive
The UK Census Records on CD.
Putting your Microfiche and Microfilm into digital format.
Your Family History
Search a history of your surname in the Census from 1841 to 1901.
UK Census Online
Information about the UK Census.
Sites about each individual UK Census by year.
Practical information about the Lancashire and Yorkshire Censuses from 1841 to 1901, and how to use it to research your family history.
Useful information on Baptism, Marriage and Burial records in the UK. each site includes a case study which shows you how to search, as well as information on certificates.