1901 Census Online
The 1901 Census was released to the public on 2 January 2002 and the Census Online service enables searching and viewing of images and transcribed details.
The entries for households on the census returns for 1901 fall under the following headings and are generally the same for 1851 to 1891: Road, street, town or village, number or name of house, Whether the house is inhabited or not, Name and surname of each person, Relation to Head of Family, Condition as to marriage, Age last birthday, Profession or occupation, Whether employed or not, Where born, Whether deaf and dumb, blind, lunatic, imbecile or feeble-minded. Also crews of Vessels and residents of Institutions.
FreeBMD stands for Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths. The FreeBMD Project's objective is to provide free Internet access to the Civil Registration index information from England and Wales. The Civil Registration system for recording births, marriages, and deaths in England and Wales has been in place since 1837 and is one of the most significant single resources for genealogical research back to Victorian times.
FamilySearch.org is a non-profit service sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We believe that every person is important and that families are meant to be both sacred and eternal. We encourage all people to find their ancestors and preserve their family histories. To help in this great pursuit, the Church has been actively gathering and preserving genealogical records worldwide for over 100 years.
Brought to you by Landmark Information Group, www.old-maps.co.uk provides online access to Britain's most extensive digital historical map archive which is jointly owned by Landmark and Ordnance Survey, Britain's national mapping agency.
Ordnance Survey has one of the largest collections of historical mapping in Great Britain and until recently this was only held as a paper archive. As the result of a joint venture between Ordnance Survey and Landmark Information Group an extensive digital archive has been created.
Find My Past
findmypast.com is based in London, England and is part of an independently-owned business that is dedicated to providing high quality genealogical services to professional and non-professional researchers. Some time ago the business took the decision to computerise these records for internal use and soon realised that it would be possible to make the computerised records available to other interested parties over the internet - and Find My Past was set up to do this.
Alan Godfrey Maps
More than 1,900 titles have been issued in this major series of reprints of Old Ordnance Survey Maps of towns throughout Britain and Ireland.
Most of the maps are highly detailed, taken from the 1/2500 plans and reprinted at about 14 inches to the mile. They cover towns in great detail, showing individual houses, railway tracks, factories, churches, mills, canals, tramways and even minutiae such as dockside cranes, fountains, signal posts, pathways, sheds, wells, etc.. Each map includes historical notes on the area concerned. Many also include extracts from contemporary directories. The maps are neatly folded, often with an early photograph on the cover. The maps are ideal for local historians, transport historians, and family historians, or simply those with an interest in the town they live in or have visited.
Canadian War Brides of the First World War
It has been almost ninety years since the end of the First World War, yet little is known about the war brides who came to Canada after the war. This web page was created to promote and preserve the history of the war brides who made Canada their home during this era.
South Peace Historical Society
The South Peace Historical Society was formed in 1952 to collect, preserve and display information related to the history of the Peace River area of British Columbia. The Society operates a museum in the former Northern Alberta Railways station, built in Dawson Creek in 1931. The Historical Society also owns several of the buildings in the Walter Wright Pioneer Village and is a member of the South Peace Mile Zero Park Society which operates that facility. A publicly accessible archives with over 5,000 photographs and historic documents is also operated by the Society in a city-owned facility.