Search and view burial records for people buried or cremated in the cemeteries that are under the control of Dudley Council.

The National Police Officers Roll of Honour and Remembrance is an ongoing historical record of all British police officers, including those in service with Colonial or UK administered Forces overseas, who lost their lives in the line of duty, since the earliest days of professional law enforcement over three centuries ago.

The Honour Roll commemorates those members of the New South Wales Police Force who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the execution of their duty.

The how common (or rare) is your surname site uses the ONS (Office of National Statistics) database to bring you a ranking system of surnames for England and Wales. There are over a million surnames shared by 55.9 million people.

Family history, genealogy and local history links for the county of Hertfordshire in England. Including BMDs, parish records, burials and military.

The Police Gazette of Western Australia 1876-1900 gives you access to lots of information on police and criminals. Information can be found under various headings: apprehensions (name of person arrested, arresting constable, charge and sentence); police appointments, dismissals, discharges, promotions, resignations and transfers; tickets of leave, certificates of freedom, and conditional pardons issued to convicts Read more