Births, Marriages & Deaths
- Lancashire BMD
Lancashire BMD has over 10.8 million births, 4.5 million marriages and 6.5 million deaths available to search and view for free.
- Lancashire Parish Records
Burials & Cemeteries
CemSearch UK has databases of monumental or headstone inscriptions from cemeteries and graveyards in Lancashire, including Accrington, Colne, Bacup, Blackburn, Burnley, Little Hulton, Loveclough, Manchester, Nelson, Preston, Salford, Tyldesley, Weaste, Wheatley Lane and Whitworth.
Free to search and view, a database of Rossendale WW1 Casualties, Wargrave Photos in Blackburn, Bingley, Birkdale, Utley Cemetries and New Mills and Cowling Parish Churches.
Free to search and view Pauper’s Graves in Weaste And Peel Green Eccles Cemeteries In Salford Manchester.
Free to search and view in Providence United Methodist Free Church, Loveclough. Lancashire, St Bartholomew’s Church, Whitworth near Rochdale, St John The Evangelist and Ebenezer Baptist Chapel in Bacup, Wharton Presbyterian Chapel, Little Hulton, Manchester.
- Oldham Burial Records
The Oldham council website gives free access to its burial records, including cremations, on its website.
You can search and view records from:
- Chadderton Cemetery
- Crompton Cemetery
- Failsworth Cemetery
- Greenacres Cemetery
- Hollinwood Cemetery
- Lees Cemetery
- Oldham Crematorium
- Royton Cemetery
Records are available from: Ashton Cemetery, Audenshaw Cemetery, Denton Cemetery, Droylsden Cemetery, Mossley Cemetery.
Criminals and Convicts
- Lancashire Fusiliers
- Lancashire Infantry Museum
- Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
- Lancashire Roll of Honour
- St. Helens Roll of Honour
- Lancashire Police Records
The Lancashire Police Record Search website allows you to see if your ancestor was in the police. You can then request further details through the website. The site provides a list of names of police officers, particularly those who served with the Lancashire County Constabulary from the force’s inception in 1840 up to 1925.
Photos and Postcards
- Lancashire Lantern
The Lancashire Lantern is an image archive of local old photographs, postcards and other images.
Poor Law Records
Societies and Groups
- Lancashire Surname Interests
The Surname Interest search provides details of surnames being researched by members of the Lancashire Family History & Heraldry Society, usually specifying a particular period and county, and often a locality within the county.
- Lancashire Surnames 1881
Top surnames from the 1881 census in Lancashire.
Wills and Probate
- Lancashire Wills & Probate 1457-1858
More than 229,000 Lancashire wills and probate records. Find out if your ancestor’s will survived the centuries.
- Lancashire Will Search
The purpose of Lancashire Will Search is to aid one in finding a will of a person who died in Lancashire, England from the time period of the mid sixteenth century to the early nineteenth century. This resource should only be used as an index and a search of the original probate records should always be done to overcome transcription errors and omissions. A record found in the index does not guarantee that a will can be found since not all wills were microfilmed due to the fact that many were lost or destroyed.
- List of Lancashire Wills 1748-1792