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  1. Baptisms and burials for the Catholic parish of St Hubert, Great Harwood, Lancashire have been transcribed and published from 1857.
    Tags: by family_history (12 Sep 2016)
  2. The Lancashire Record Office website has digitised maps and images and a database of Lancashire police 1840-1930. There are also details of Anglican, roman Catholic and Non-Conformist church registers and transcriptions held.
    Tags: by family_history (02 Dec 2014)
  3. Transcriptions of baptisms, marriages and burials in Lancashire. Includes some Catholic.
  4. This site has indexed entries in Phillimore marriages, Who Was Who, school and college registers and returns of owners of land from 1873. You can also browse the published parish registers of over 500 parishes in England with Lancashire having the best coverage.
  5. Lots of interesting snippets here, transcribed from old Liverpool and Merseyside newspapers and collected under various themes such as Shipping, Missing Persons, Murder etc.
    Tags: by family_history (23 Jan 2012)
  6. This site was set up by a group of regular users of the Liverpool Record Office and has lots of useful indexes, transcriptions etc. There is a lot of Roman Catholic material and also a WW1 index.
    Tags: by family_history (17 Jan 2012)
  7. Lots of useful background information on the port cities of Bristol, Hartlepool, Liverpool, London and Southampton.
  8. This site has information on which parishes are covered by the 2nd edition of the British Isles Vital Records Index available on CD-ROM. This index has details of over 10 million christenings and nearly 2 million marriages in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. There are also some transcriptions for a few English counties; mostly gazetteer entries plus the Return of Owners of Land for Oxfordshire 1873.
  9. Transcriptions of births, marriages and deaths in Cumbria from 1837 onwards taken from the local register office indexes. Part of the UKBMD Project. Please note that this site is not yet complete so it is important to check the coverage. Cumbria was formed from the old counties of Cumberland, Westmorland and parts of north Lancashire and north Yorkshire.
  10. This site has lots of interesting snippets taken from Liverpool newspapers including photographs, advertisements, transcriptions of marriages and obituaries and much more. There is also a timeline of Liverpool history.
    Tags: by family_history (27 Oct 2010)
  11. This database from the University of Manchester focuses on people involved in small business in the north west of England 1760-1820. This area includes Manchester, Liverpool, Lancaster, Preston, Wigan and Macclesfield. People appearing in records such as court records, wills, business records etc. have been indexed with entries linking to the original digitised documents.
  12. This website is definitely worth visiting for anyone researching Manchester ancestors. It has a lot of detailed information about historical sources and events in the Manchester area and includes some transcriptions.
    Tags: by family_history (16 Jan 2010)

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