Monday, January 21, 2008                Corrected KENT OPC link

COUNTY and Locality URLs

There are  One Place Study  web sites which contain extracted Census data
and an index to many of them can be found at:


Great Barford -  Parish Records & Census  


Map of Buckinghamshire Civil Parishes


For the 1841 & 18611891 Cornwall FreeCEN projects,  transcriptions have been completed.

Most have already been uploaded to the UK FreeCEN on-line database, which can be searched at

The Cornwall Online Census Project database can be searched at
and allows considerable choice of selection for specifying search details.

Transcribing and checking for the 1871 &  1881 projects are still in progress, and volunteers are needed for both.

Copyright of transcript files is held by the FreeCEN volunteers who created them..
The transcript pages are hosted by Kay Hinnrichsen on her Rootsweb site at

The COCP  (Cornwall Online Census Project)  Coordinators  are  
Kay Hinnrichsen   &   Michael J McCormick  who would be very pleased to hear from anyone who can assist with Transcribing or Checking,  or who may be able to donate their own transcripts for the Projects.    


Heanor and Heage Ancestral Archive Material
A joint project by John Spendlove and John Wright

Heage Parish Church Baptisms 1819 to 1838
Heage Parish Church Marriages 1847 to 1897
Heage Parish Church Burials 1847 to 1894

Heanor Saint Lawrence Baptisms 1816 to 1894


Essex Society for Family History                             
5 local branches  (2 with associated Computer groups)
Lots of Census indexes, on CDs  and  on floppy discs   [Surname, Forename, Age, PRO Ref]

Essex Record Office

Headquarters at Chelmsford,  branches at Colchester & Southend-on-Sea.    
Archive access points  (no original documents here) at Saffron Walden &  Harlow

ESSEX Archives on-line ( SEAX )    at the Essex Record Office    
SEAX contains all the Essex Record Office catalogues                
Essex archives online


Some of the 1841 Census for  ESSEX  has already been done by Kevan Wilding.

Also  some 1851 Census for  ESSEX  at           

Also  see                                                           


Census data from Therfield, Hertfordshire



Kent Family History Society                                      
6  local branches covering the whole County, and a Global branch for overseas members

North West Kent Family History Society                 
4  local branches covering North West Kent

Kent On-Line Parish Clerks                                         
     This is a corrected link as the original domain is no longer used
County history, Census, Parishes, photos, and lots of links to other sites and sources.

Kent Lookup Exchange                                               
Some of the many sources available for Kent  (not all on-line)

Kent Genealogy              
Lots of collected and contributed data, and many links to other sources and sites

[This URL was posted by Arthur Kennedy on the British-Genealogy Kent Forum.]

Bexley Local Studies & Archive Centre
Bexley Local Studies and Archive Centre reopened at the Central Library on September 19th 2005 and fuller details can be seen at 

FreeCEN transcription Project for Kent 1861 Census
County Co-ordinator: Jen Sheehan                             

Farningham [Census Sub-District]

Farningham & Eynsford Local History Society       
Area of interest covers the ancient parishes of Eynsford (including Crockenhill), Farningham and Lullingstone, and also Maplescombe.

Census transcriptions, including surname indexes    [PDF files]

Surname indexes  (baptisms, marriages, censuses, gravestones)   on-line

LONDON     Victorian London    A-Z Street Index


LONDON (Middx)
A major Australian site with lots of international links, as well as the London one above

Cemetery Records (free on-line search by surname)
 Burial records of people from  Bethnal Green, Shoreditch, Kingsland, St Pancras and other Metropolitan Middlesex districts

Bunhill Fields, (site of the Non-Conformist Burial ground.)     Descriptive pages at
No indexes here, but they have been published on microfiche.

Two following links were posted by Janet on the [ENG-MDX] mailing list of

Parishes and Boroughs of London Those listed as County of London are Metropolitan Boroughs. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Greater London Parishes: [Shires (Counties) with parishes within 20 miles

Links to many other sites for Middlesex
          (also for  London)

Various indexes for Middlesex (not on-line, but visit   for lookup details.


Gwent FHS                         

          6 branches -  lots of publications  -  and links to even more links!

Monmouthshire Look-up Exchange     

Monmouthshire County Map  (1907)  


Norfolk FHS                                                  

Mid-Norfolk FHS                                          

Paddy Apling's 1891 census surname index

Norfolk Transcription Archive                   

The Norfolk Transcription Archive site is to be transferred to a different host.
In case of access difficulty, it may be worthwhile to check for cached pages at

Norfolk Record Office                                

Norwich Surname indexes on CD                                                                 (1861 &1871)                                                                                                                   


Northumberland & Durham FHS                
         Lots of  Census indexes for Northumberland & Durham  (Books, Fiche, and CDs) on their Publications page.      (1861 is not yet covered).
         Also an enthusiastic Projects section, which would welcome more volunteers.
                     [ both posted by  Jo Simpsons  on British Genealogy Forums ]


Somerset Records Office         
Old OS maps of Somerset 
On-line catalogue                              




Sussex  FHG                                                      

Eastbourne & District (Family Roots) FHS 

Hastings & Rother FHS                                     

Billingshurst Community Web and Forums  

WARWICKSHIRE               (Links provided by Pickard Trepess)

Background info for the Warwickshire census is on

Earlier data for Warwick town:

1901 surname interest page: