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Useful website to research, all listed in one place for your file.
Please keep checking the free Birth Marriage and
Deaths, up-dated monthly. This information is usually from 1837 when
BMD Certificates were being issued.
The Family Search and IGI are usually before 1837, but more information
on later dates is now being listed on the IGI, the 1881 Census can also be
researched on this website. http://familysearch.org
Batch Numbers, go to the bottom of the page, select England, then choose
from A-Z the name of the place, where you want to search for the names.
If you want to look-up anyone you know who served
in the 1st World War,
or the 2nd World War, or a civilian who was killed due to the War, email
Commonwealth War Graves web site, www.cwgc.org
Thought you may find the following site of interest...
http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/search/ it contains "The Old Bailey
Proceedings WILL contain accounts of over 100,000
Have a look at the Hampshire Genealogical Society
website, you may find books, CDs etc., of interest.
Use "GOOGLE" on the internet, you can then choose ANY subject.
If you want place names, churches, people surnames, you will enjoy
researching, there are also some Family Trees under some place names.
Most of these website came be found at Really Useful Sources
Barbara Lewis Mallyon
Basingstoke, Hants, UK
lostcousins.com have extended their free access offer until Monday October 16th.
After entering some family details on the website from the 1881 census, I couldn't access the search button with my text reader. So I Emailed lostcousins and explained the situation, and asked if the problem could be rectified. I received a very apologetic Email which stated that the button should have been made accessible but that the needed text label had been accidentally ommittted. The problem, they said, would be fixed as soon as possible.
This doesn't stop us from entering our ancestors on the site though, which I have been doing over the past few days.
Kind regards to all,