Adobe Reader software -
1881 Census Free access -
1901 Census pay per view -
1871 to 1901 Census -
Miscellaneous Useful Sites
FreeBMD - Free but not complete -
Yorkshire BMD -
Find My Past -
Access to Archives -
A list of most of the internet genealogy sites -
Find others searching the same tree -
http://www.genesreunited.co.uk Free search,
£7 per year to join.
Invaluable source for UK genealogists -
Good source of genealogy software -
History & Yorkshire Magazines
Family Tree Magazine
Founded in 1984, Published monthly it is sold in
more than 40 countries throughout the world to
people with British ancestry.
It regularly contains a mix of helpful and
interesting articles and useful information.
Annual subscriptions can be purchased from the
address below & also available to order from
Family Tree Magazine
61 Great Whyte,
Cambridgeshire PE17 1HI
Phone: +44 (0)1487 814050 (8.30am to 4.30pm.
Monday to Friday)
Local History Magazine
Local History Magazine was established in 1984
and is published six times a year, available by
postal subscription only. Every issue contains a
mixture of news, articles, book and periodical
reviews, readers' notices and information.
The Local History Press Ltd,
3 Devonshire Promenade,
Tel: +44 (0)115 9706473.
Fax: +44 (0)115 9705237.
Hidden Lives Revealed -
A Virtual Archive, 1881 - 1918
Hidden Lives Revealed is an exciting and unique
new resource for anyone interested in British
social history. The site has something for you
if you are at school learning about the
Victorians or even at university studying social
The Rowley Collection
The website is a tribute to the late Dr Geoffrey
Rowley the eminent Skipton historian, who with
Mr. Ken Ellwood gathered together these
British History Online
The digital library of text and information
about people, places and businesses from the
medieval and early modern period, built by the
Institute of Historical Research and the History
of Parliament Trust.
The Victorian Society
The Victorian Society is the national society
responsible for the study and protection of
Victorian and Edwardian architecture and other
arts. It was founded in 1958 to fight the then
widespread ignorance of nineteenth and early
twentieth century architecture. Among its thirty
founder members were John Betjeman and Nikolaus
SAVE Britain's Heritage
SAVE has been described as the most influential
conservation group to have been established
since William Morris founded the Society for the
Protection Ancient Buildings over a century ago.
The Thomas Shires
The Thomas Shires Collection is a website
dedicated to the photographs of Thomas Atherton
Shires who lived and worked in Bolton at the end
of the 19th century and the very beginning of
the 20th century.