Census

The London Domesday Survey, officially called the Lloyd George Domesday Survey, allows you to search and view residential data on a very detailed large scale map from 1910. This data is extremely useful for locating your ancestor’s individual property from the period. Visit Website Read more

These records include an index with images of census returns from 1891 for New South Wales. To protect individual privacy, all national censuses were destroyed after statistical information was collected. The New South Wales 1891 census was one of the few census records that survived the destruction. Visit Website Read more

Carnarvon Traders is an historical repository for the town of Carnarvon in Wales. There are several items of interest to genealogists including some parish records for Llanbeblig, some trade directories, census records, images, biographies, and more. Visit Website Read more

The Wigtownshire Pages website has many genealogy records for free including births, marriages, deaths, census records, parish records, monumental inscriptions, military records and more. Visit Website Read more

Graham and Emma Maxwell, genealogists at Maxwell Ancestry, are pleased to bring you this new website with even more indexes to help you trace your Scottish family tree online. They have a large collection of indexes, from unique sources such as prison and court records to more commonly used sources such as birth, marriage, death Read more

The 1939 Register is now available. It provides valuable information about 41 million people living in England and Wales at the start of World War Two. The 1939 Register is a fantastic resource for family history and social history research as it is the only surviving record of the population between 1921 and 1951. This Read more