Other points of contact:
S&N and British Data Archive have
a vast amount of records (UK Census, Parish Records, Criminal Registers,
etc.) previously only available as
fiche and publishing them on CD. You can find those in the
'Data CDs' section of this website. Tel 01722 716121
The General Register Office have records of Births, Marriages and deaths from 1837.
These are indexed
and copies of certificates can be ordered. Prior to this date you will need
to research the local Parish
records of baptisms, marriages and burials. These are normally
held in the County archives.
The National Archives
are based at Kew, they have Census records from 1841
to 1901 and have microfiche of some wills.
The Society of Genealogists, 14 Charterhouse
Buildings, Goswell Road, London, EC1M 7BA has a large library of research
material including pedigrees.
The Federation of Family History Societies
can point you to a local U.K. group, The Administrator, c/o The Benson
Room, Birmingham and Midland Institute, Margaret St, Birmingham, B3 3BS