Have you come to an end to your Family Research? are you starting out new? Where to go next. I have been using Ancestry.co.uk for my research but lately i have been paying the fees but not using the site. Where can you find records of your Ancestors for free.
www.yourancestorsfree.com has links to some of the best free web pages out there on the internet.Starting with England,here are some of the most useful websites to get you started or to reopen the pathway to your family history.
Lancashire Parish Clerks is a good free site for you if your Ancestors came from Lancashire. It is being updated all the time,remember to try different spellings of the surnames.
The Cumberland and Westmorland Archives is available for free search online. Parish records are available to browse from 1662. This site also has links to local record offices, Kendal, Carlisle, Whitehaven and Barrow in Furness. This site will be of interest to researchers of English and Irish family history.
Whats new on the Internet for all you family researchers?
The Genealogist,a web site that promises all the records that you need is a site that i have not noticed before. I was lured by the offer of 3 days free,although i didn't see the link for this. Top of their list was the BMD Index for England and Wales 1837-2005. You can view this index,from 1837-1915 for free at Ancestry.co.uk or at http://www.freebmd.org.uk/