Repositories of the records of local government in the United Kingdom.
A project to provide electronic access to collection level descriptions of the archives of over fifty higher education institutions and learned societies within the greater London area.
Collection of all censuses (1841-1901) of Angmering, West Sussex. This site also includes many surrounding parishes and is constantly growing.
Houses and preserves 800 years of the area's written heritage. It contains royal charters, letters, diaries, plans, minute books, school log books, and sasines. A genealogy service is also provided.
The council represents institutions and organisations from all parts of Wales involved with the administration of archives. Contains details of archive repositories in Wales and elsewhere.
Stores written records relating to the history of Bath and North East Somerset, derived from local government and private sources. Outline of records held.
Holds the records of local government. Includes location, public services, and searchable database of transcripts of entries from the gaol registers 1801-1879.
Established to locate and preserve records relating to the county of Berkshire and its people, and to make them available for research to anyone who is interested in the county's past.
A research institute specialising in the study of ecclesiastical history, in particular that of the Province of York. It acts as the diocesan record office for Yorkshire and is a recognised place of deposit for public records.
Descriptions and images of the municipal, parish and other records held by Medway Council for Rochester, Strood, Chatham, Gillingham, the Hoo Peninsula and north west Kent, England.
Its remit is to acquire through gift, deposit or transfer historical records pertaining to the history of Cornwall and its populace, preserving them and making them available for public consultation.
Cares for parish registers, other ecclesiastical records, wills, electoral registers, maps and plans, poor law records, title deeds, and photographs. Record offices in Barrow, Carlisle, Kendal and Whitehaven.
Holds records for the county from the medieval period to modern times. An outline of its services from Derbyshire County Council Online.
Exists to collect and preserve the historical records of Devon and to make them available to all who wish to study them. Outline of the records held at offices at Exeter, Barnstaple and Plymouth.
Most aspects of Edinburgh history are illuminated by these political, administrative, judicial, business, personal, domestic, criminal, religious, social, legal and commercial archives.
Collects and preserves the county's written heritage. Online catalogue. Also outline of holdings, services, branch offices and access points. Leaflets on specific types of source in pdf format.
An organisation to promote the preservation and use of historical records in Devon. Transcripts of historical records, events information, and details of current projects.
An organisation which supports the work of the archivists in Dundee. Activities, talks. Wesleyan Register of Baptisms.
Visitor information and services.
The official repository for the records of the modern county of Powys and the three former counties of Brecon, Montgomery and Radnor. Opening times, a message board and guide to sources for genealogists.
Hold over 5½ miles of material relating to Shropshire past and present. Guide with brief descriptions of the sources most likely to help the family historian, visitor information.
Promotes the care and preservation of archives and the better administration of archive repositories to advance the training of its members and to encourage relevant research and publication.
Holds archives and records relating to all aspects of the history of Surrey. Location, opening hours and online catalogue.
Unites Dorset's Archives and Dorset Local Studies. Aims to care for Dorset's records and to encourage their use. Guide to the records held, including Dorset Parish Register Guide On-line, news, opening hours.
Looks after the administrative records of the borough council and its predecessors back to 1700, and of organisations and individuals within the borough. Browse through Hackney's past online, including thousands of images.
Lists the holdings which may be of value to family and local history researchers.
Is responsible for locating, preserving and making accessible documents relating to all aspects of the history of West Glamorgan. Guide to collections, publications, user information.
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