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The next few sites tend to share information
Ancestry has a free trial going at the moment for their English and Irish records. But when you need to cancel you are best to do it by phone, as they take a long time to cancel by email and you may get charged the full subscription fee. Lots of info there.
Family Search - Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Has info from all over the world. Lists the 1881 British Census, and the International Genealogy Index. Some information in uploaded by individuals, and so it is always best to double check the information you gain. Allows you to download the GEDCOM Viewer, which is one method of creating your own family tree to enable you to upload it to the web site.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Personnel who died in WW1 and WW2.
It offers a free 7-day trial, membership costs US$74.95 per year. Will allow you to create your own family tree, which is displayed, on-line, and link you up with anybody else who has input the same people, thus enabling you to view their full tree. It is a US based site, and to benefit fully you will need to input your family tree. It will also show you some famous people's family trees.
Has Information about all areas of Ireland - Including: History of Ireland, Coat of Arms, Family Crests, Genealogy Guides, Irish Literature, Surname dictionary, meaning of symbols and a free email newsletter.
Ireland Genealogy Projects covers all of Ireland by individual County Names. It has a queries board, maps, Irish phone book, Churches with websites, as well as many special projects.
Northern Ireland Website Index. Covers information on all areas of Northern Ireland including: Arts, Business, Law, Education, Government, Maps, Religion, Tourism, Sports, News, Health, Culture and History. The history area has Genealogy and books.
Church Registers for christenings, marriages and burials prior to 1837, go to the introduction to the registers.
Births Deaths and Marriages from 1837 - incomplete. Only gives you the year and quarter in which the event was registered together with the county, volume and page numbers, which are required to order any certificates.
1901 British Census. Cost 2 pounds sterling per family record.
Records from 1442-1850 in England, Ireland and Scotland. Mainly marriages and Wills. Also apprenticeships and Church records.
UK & Ireland Genealogy. Covers England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Has News Groups and Bulletin Boards and tips for researching from abroad.
UK family history online has documents such as baptisms and burials and census recods. Costs, but is relatively cheap, must order a 5 pound voucher minimum
Free Census record for England & Wales 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871 & 1891.
Military research for family historians for all armed services in the UK.
Guide to 1851 census records in Canada, Dublin, Gloustershire, Northumberland & Wiltshire. Not very detailed though.
1851 census records for Gloustershire. 1881 census records for union workhouses.
Society of Genealogists
Northumberland and Durham Family History Society.
Fee based birth deaths and marriages index for England and Wales.
Old maps in the UK, to show areas, which have since been renamed.
Northumberland Rock Church Records.
British Electoral Roll. I haven't looked at this one myself, but is supposed to hold a lot of current information.
British Telephone Directory.
Family are urgently looking for descendants of Irene Robinson. She was born in Blackpool and married prior to 1933 to become Irene Humphreys, then I believe she married again in about 1938 to a man unknown. Irene then died in Blackpool in the early 1960's, I believe she had at least two sons in her marriage, and I need to contact anybody from that family.