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- Ely Cemetery
- Haddenham Online
- Little Downham Local History and Archive Group
- The Littleport Society
- Little Thetford.org
- Mepal Parish
- Pymoor Memories
- Stretham through time
- Wicken church, Cambridgeshire
- Witcham Village
- Witchford Online
Cambridgeshire History Resources
Find and order certificates online from Cambridgeshire registrars.
- The Cambridgeshire Family History Society
The Cambridgeshire Family History Society (CFHS) website containing an abundance of information online and within their offline resources. They publish regular newsletters, cd-roms, microfiche and books and work tirelessly to record, maintain, transcribe and provide history for the old counties of Cambridge and Isle of Ely.
- Riotous Littleport (BBC)
- The Cambridgeshire Collection
A large archive in Cambridge, containing documents, newspaper archives and other invaluable Cambridgeshire information.
- Cambridgeshire Archives and Local Studies
Information on the archives held at Cambridge's Records Office.
- Ely High School for Girls
Includes a history of Ely High School for Girls, school magazines and year photos.
- Soham Grammar School
Includes history of Soham Grammar School, entry lists and school photographs.
Record Offices and Archives I have visited
- Cambridgeshire Archives
The archives for Cambridgeshire are based at Shire Hall. This was my first archive/records office and the staff have been exceptionally helpful and supportive over the years.
- Huntingdon Library and Archives
Modern purpose-built library in central Huntingdon homing Huntingdonshire's archives.
- Norfolk Record Office
Huge archive and records office for Norfolk, based on the East side of Norwich.
- Suffolk Record Office - Bury St Edmunds Branch
General Genealogy and History Resources
If you know your certificate references, you can order copies of the original entries online.
Use this site to find the certificate references you need (see link above to order them online).
Back in 1996, when the internet was still in nappies, Cyndi's List brought together thousands of really useful sites for Family Tree/Genealogy research. It's still going from strength-to-strength today!
Add your relatives using the Census references and find others who have entered the same family.
Popular resource provided by the Mormon Church - a 'must-visit' site.
One of the most used and well known genealogy sites around with many popular and useful features.
An excellent resource for researching your family tree. Contributing to this forum has aided me vastly in finding living relatives and information from registers.
I wonder what the internet would have been like if the Victorians had invented it? Here's the next best thing.
BBC's Who Do You Think You Are website - video, magazine features and forums.
Charles Booth's poverty map of London at the end of the 19th Century.
provide genus information and resources.
- The Victorian Ladies forum
- British Surnames
Find information about your surname or chat with others in the forum.