December 13, 2010

Baptisms 1754 – 1837

Baptisms in the Diocese of Bristol 1754 to 1837
December 13, 2010

Bristol Administrations Bonds Index

Some extracts from an article by Mary Williams of the Bristol Record Office, should explain all you need to know about this useful source...
December 11, 2010

On the Internet – December 2010

Let’s start this issue with something really close to home. The Society has published transcriptions of Bristol Diocese parish registers from 1754 to 1837, and beyond that date in the case of marriages outside the city.

December 11, 2010

On the Internet – September 2010

The big expansion in online family history resources in recent months has been the availability of more military records. Findmypast now has the British Army service records from 1760 to 1913, covering nearly 1.5 million men.

December 11, 2010

On the Internet – June 2010

Although I usually prefer to work out how to do things rather than read the instructions, it is always interesting to receive helpful hints, and the following comes from the “Lost Cousins” newsletter.

December 11, 2010

On the Internet – March 2010

This year is unlikely to see the release of any information as important to family historians as the 1911 census, but all of the online providers are promising new databases in an effort to retain your loyalty, and the January 2010 issue of “Who do you think you are?” contained an interesting summary.

December 11, 2010

On the Internet – December 2009

I was recently looking for details of a marriage in Sleaford, Lincolnshire in 1862. I had the details of the couple from FreeBMD, but needed to know the name of the groom’s father, preferably without buying a copy of the marriage certificate.

December 11, 2010

On the Internet – September 2009

Searching for births and marriages in England and Wales has just got a lot easier thanks to developments at Ancestry.

December 11, 2010

On the Internet – June 2009

The 1991 census at www.1911census.co.uk seems to have settled down well and avoided the problem of the 1901 census release. All of England is now available, but we are still waiting for Wales, Isle of Man, Channel Islands, and some naval and military records.