Organisation that specialises in acquiring historical documents that would otherwise be lost - deeds, indentures, antique documents, family history, financial history, genealogy, social history, engravings.
Maybe you have lost an ancestor and wondering where to look next. I have extracted names from various unusual sources where you may not have thought of searching. Although the information is not in full, the location may help you with your research. Sources from the United Kingdom.
The George Cross was instituted in September 1940 to recognise civilian heroism. King George VI created the award for the men and women of the Commonwealth whose courage could not be marked by any other honour.
Provides information on the existence and location of the records of the hospitals in the U.K. Currently over 2,800 entries can be found by searching the database using the following simple enquiry screen.
Information on UK National Registration system under which all civilians were centrally registered & issued with corresponding identity cards. This was based initially on an enumeration carried out on 29th September 1939 using the machinery which had been devised for the Census of 1941 which, but for the war, would have been carried out.
Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries Parliament significantly shaped the progress and development of the transatlantic slave system. The Act of Parliament to abolish the British slave trade, passed on 25 March 1807, was the culmination of one of the first and most successful public campaigns in history.
A searchable database from the publishing division of the Royal Society. Search more than 60,000 historical scientific papers, including biographical memoirs, in their journals from 1665 to the present.
SeekitFinditFast.com allows you to search for records from these groups in the United Kingdom: Society of Genealogists; British Association of Cemeteries in South Asia; Norfolk Family History Society; Parish Register Transcription Society; Families In British India Society; Sussex Family History Group.
Descriptions of more than 10 million records held by The National Archives of England, Wales and the United Kingdom. The visitor may either search or browse through the descriptions. Images of the documents are not available. Visitors can request copies online and can also place advance orders for the day of their visit.