This week’s major collection includes ten new databases from Anguline Research Archives (ARA). The databases include court, land, and probate records, genealogy guides, census and voter lists, birth marriage and death records, religious records, and directories and lists. The content is from the United Kingdom, particularly from England.
February 11, 2009
Transcripts of the Manor Court Rolls for the period 1377 – 1567. Also includes a
list of the tenants and freeholders in 1443 and a list of the names of jurors for
the period 1523 – 1567. Full of interesting information with many names of people
included. This is a useful source for family historians as well as those interested
in medieval Lancashire.
Transcripts of the memorial inscriptions in the churchyard. Also includes some photographs
of gravestones. Complete with an index of names.
February 12, 2009
This is a directory of research interests submitted by genealogists from Great Britain,
Ireland, America, Germany and other countries. It could prove useful to today’s
researchers in providing links to family lines. Also includes an index to special
lines of research and an index of surnames.
Transcripts and photographs of 76 war memorials in the West Yorkshire city of Wakefield
and its surrounding towns and villages. They include cenotaphs on roadsides, village
greens, inside churches and institutions. Fully searchable by surname. Useful for
genealogists and military historians.
February 13, 2009
Contains manor rolls, marriage bonds, indexes of wills, parish registers, genealogical
notes from Durham county and more.
February 16, 2009
In Comitatu Monumethensi. Text in English. Transcribed from the original register
books and edited by Bradney, to which is added a short account of the parishes and
Contains lists of provosts, fellows, masters, assistant masters, and more.
February 17, 2009
Transcripts of the registers (baptisms, marriages and burials) for the Cathedral
Church of Rochester covering the period 1657 – 1837. Also contains lists of Prebendaries,
Headmasters of the Grammar School, Minor Canons and Organists, plus inscriptions
in the Cathedral and Churchyard. Complete with an index of names.
The Register of the King’s School, Rochester, Kent. Contains names of all members
of the school from 1835-1920. Also includes names of Headmasters from 1552, Second
Masters from 1599, Governors’ Exhibitioners from 1550, Gunsley Exhibitioners from
View all recently added databases.