This category contains sites concerning genealogy and the study of family histories. Please review the subcategories and select the most appropriate subcategory for site submission. Do not submit one site to multiple categories.
Creates family tree maps using a genealogy software.
Family tree, genealogy and census records.
Researching the family history of people along the River Thames in England with an emphasis on barge and dock workers.
Family history help and advice site with a forum. Useful information on resources.
Site's ethos is to increase awareness of the British Child Emigration Scheme and provide links to useful sites.
Guide to the royal, aristocratic and historical families of the United Kingdom, Ireland and the USA. Contains useful articles on genealogy. Full access to the database requires subscription.
The database is available online. Useful articles and guides.
Gazetteer of hamlets, villages and towns with links to the exact locations on current and Victorian maps. Each village has a page for genealogy and local history queries. Searchable by location, surrounding areas and surname.
A family tree, genealogy, and ancestry portal.
List and extracts of current month's articles as well as information on how to subscribe.
Resources for British origins. Requires subscription.
Volunteer project with the aim of providing free access to births, marriages and deaths information for England and Wales.
A guide to finding UK archives, libraries, surname lists, parish registers, cemeteries, directories, war memorials, electoral rolls and censuses.
Large resource for UK and Irish genealogy, lists various guides, county by county links, bulletin boards, mailing lists and many other relevant articles and links.
A genealogy system for researching, storing and printing family history.
Searchable Debt of Honour Register records basic service details and personal information including grave location or place of commemoration for members of the Commonwealth Forces who died in the first or second world wars.
Genealogical and biographical information on the rulers of Britain from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II. Includes information on the British peerage and European royalty.
Aims to help family historians to identify the correct union, to discover the role their ancestor played in it, and to find out more about trade union history.
Resources include parish registers, herald's visitations, owners of land, county parish and place descriptions, and a name database.
Information on industrial/reformatory schools and other similar institutions in England and Wales in the 19th and early 20th century.
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