Links for Parochial and Non-conformist Sources

Parish records

  • Family Search: Contains a lot of information from church registers prior to civil registration. The library catalogue can also be used to identify microfilms of registers which may then be ordered for viewing at the LDS Family History Centres.
  • FreeREG: The FreeREG Project's objective is to provide free Internet searches of baptism, marriage, and burial records, which have been transcribed from parish and non-conformist church registers in the UK
  • National Burial Index: Now hosted by FindMyPast, the Federation of Family History Societies project includes many records of burials from throughout England and Wales.
  • Pallot's Marriage Index 1780-1837: Hosted by Ancestry, Contains more than 1.5 million marriage entries, mainly from London and Middlesex including all but two of the 103 parishes in the City.
  • London Burials Index: Now part of Find My Past
  • General Register Office for Scotland: Provides pay-per-view access to records of births, baptisms, banns and marriages for Scotland, prior to 1855.
  • Society of Genealogists: The Society's library in London holds the largest collection of parish register copies in the country as well as a wide range of other genealogical source material. Some of this data is now online (eg Origins-UK) available to SoG members.
  • Parish Register Transcription Society.
  • Ancestors Reunited: A commercial gravestone/church photography service covering the entire UK.
  • The major commercial websites also provide access to increasing numbers of records from parish registers.

Churches and Clergy

  • The Clergy Database: Searchable database of clergy of the Church of England, providing references to their appointments, etc.
  • Find A Church: Provides the location and contact details for over 40,000 churches in the UK. See also the Parish Information page on this site for links to West Middlesex churches.

Non-conformity




Society news

Next Meeting

Our next meeting will be held on Thursday 15th March 2018 at St. John's Centre, Isleworth. Doors open at 7:15 pm. The meeting will start with the Society AGM. This will be followed by a talk by Jef Page titled London in the 1880s: hard work, poverty & street life.

Next Advice Session

Our next Advice Session will be held at Feltham Library on Saturday 17th February from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

WE HAVE MOVED

We have had our last meeting at Montague Hall, and all meetings henceforth will be at St. John's Centre, Isleworth. Do meet with us there.

Give a lift - Take a lift

See this page if you can give lifts, or need a lift to meetings.


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Recent updates

16-February-2018

Meetings page updated.

16-February-2018

New image (and tip) of the month.

5-February-2018

Journal summary pages now link article summaries direct to the articles. See Updates page for more.

4-February-2018

Digital copy of journals for 2001 added.

19-January-2018

Library page updated.

14-January-2018

A new page for Sponsored Events is added.


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