England

This is a list of Norfolk family history, genealogy and local history resources and links. Hopefully, they will help you research your Norfolk ancestors and break down those brick walls. Archives Norfolk Archives Births, Marriages & Deaths Free BMD Free BMD gives you free access to births, deaths, and marriges from 1837 onwards. Norfolk Parish Read more

On Nick Barlay’s family history writing course, you’ll learn how to tell your story through characters, settings and description. The main goal of the course is to turn you research into narrative. The course is held in London on various dates throughout the year. You can book your place online on the website. Visit Website Read more

This is a list of Wiltshire family history, genealogy and local history resources and links. Hopefully, they will help you research your Wiltshire ancestors and break down those brick walls. Archives Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre Births, Marriages & Deaths Wiltshire BMD Wiltshire BMD gives you free access to over 800,000 births, deaths, and marriges Read more

This Manchester family history research page links to resources and websites to help you find your Manchester ancestors. Archives Manchester Archives and Local History Births, Marriages & Deaths Greater Manchester Baptisms 1571-1910 Search and view baptism and christening records from the Diocese of Manchester parishes. Burials & Cemeteries Manchester Burial Records These burial records cover Blackley Read more

The Birmingham Burials website has over 1,500,000 records from 12 cemeteries and crematoria in and around Birmingham, England. You can search for burials from the following places: Brandwood End cemetery Handsworth cemetery Key Hill cemetery Kings Norton cemetery Lodge Hill cemetery and crematorium Quinton cemetery Sutton Coldfield cemetery Sutton Coldfield crematorium Sutton New Hall cemetery Read more

This collection of more than 1000 photographs allows you to view streets and individual buildings of Leicester that were demolished between 1955-1975. Most of the buildings were demolished as part of the postwar slum clearance programme. All of the images are viewable in alphabetical order of street names, with relevant district noted. Visit Website Read more