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The largest UK genealogy publisher and retailer, with over a decade of experience in serving the needs of computer-based family historians.

Births, Marriages & Deaths Indexwww.BMDindex.co.uk

BMDindex.co.uk has the complete range of Birth, Marriage and Death records from 1837 onwards as published by the GRO - that's 167 years of data, or an amazing 250 million events! No other site has the range of facilities and with access from only £5 the prices can't be beaten.

The Genealogistwww.TheGenealogist.co.uk

Vast online research site.

  • Complete birth, marriage and death records index from 1837
  • Census indexes and transcripts 1841 to 1901
  • Widest coverage: 1215 to 2005
  • Quality data, checked by experts
  • The widest range of records
  • Unique search tools
  • Parish records
  • Directories
  • Landowner records

Roots UKwww.RootsUK.com

RootsUK.com is a new easy-to-use online reasearch site. Ideal for the beginner or those who don't have lots of research left to do, it has the complete birth, marriage and death records index from 1837 onwards, census transcripts, and the London electoral roll 2005.

Access to all this data costs from just £5!

Note that if you have a lot of research to do or are already an experienced family historian, The Genealogist, above, offers better value-for-money in the long-term.

Roots Magicwww.RootsMagic.co.uk

Leading UK genealogy software.

Keeps track of all your research and allows you to publish it as charts, books, computer files and websites so all the family can enjoy your findings.

London Censuswww.LondonCensus.co.uk

On this website, you will find some practical information about the London Census from 1841 to 1901 and how to use it to research your family history.

The London Census Introduction page shows you how the London Census can help you find your ancestors and build your family tree.

The London Census Case Studies page shows entries in the London census for Charles Dickens, Florence Nightingale, William Gladstone and James Whistler as well as a short biography on each.

Fascinating facts relating to London life between 1841 and 1901 can be found on the London Facts page.

On the London Census Links page you’ll find sites that will help you with your research for London and across the country.

www.YorkshireCensus.co.uk

www.LancashireCensus.co.uk

British Data ArchiveBritish Data Archive

The UK Census Records on CD.

Genealogy Reviews (new window)www.GenealogyReviews.co.uk

This site aims to provide family historians and genealogists with information to help them find the software and data they need to research their family history.

Each month, new genealogy reviews and articles will be added, so be sure to visit frequently to get the latest genealogy news.

Genealogy Guide www.genealogy-guide.org.uk

An easy to use guide to researching your genealogy

More UK census websites

UK 1841 Census
uk1841census.com

UK 1851 Census
uk1851census.com

UK 1861 Census
uk1861census.com

UK 1861 Census
uk1871census.com

UK 1891 Census
uk1891census.com

UK 1901 Census
uk1901census.com

 

For credit free access to Non-Conformist Records, BMDs 1837 onwards, UK Census 1841-1901, Parish Records, Land Records, Directories, Military Records. Premium annual sub only £78.95 (equiv. £1.52 a week) www.TheGenealogist.co.uk
For the complete standard GRO BMDs 1837 onwards go to
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