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Looking for your ancestors in the North and Midlands of England. Contact by email.
Military genealogy and operational records research assistance for British and Commonwealth Forces during the 20th Century. Contact by email.
Researching a soldier who fought in the First World War and the Boer War? Paul has years of experience. Contact by email.
Brian Kaighin's Boer War Research
Offers to search his database of over 34,000 records comprising 90% of military personnel that died during the Boer War with a few others who were either injured or mentioned somewhere or other. Brian, who has extensive knowledge on the subject of Seige and Relief of Ladysmith and history of the town prior to 1900 also has a spin off of this interest in a second database of the town's residents prior to 1900, some 10,000 names which Brian is also willing to search at no charge. Should anyone be interested in searching the local archives in Pietermaritsburg for a 'lost' relative that lived in Natal then he is also willing to do that but here there would be a small charge. Contact by email.
Convict & Criminal Research
Jill Chambers will research the following for a fee; Convict Research (1788-1868), Research from own Indexes, Criminal Research (1868-1900). Contact by email.
Sheffield Local Studies Library
The Library collects and preserves over 30,000 volumes of printed material relating to Sheffield and the surrounding area including; Telephone Directories 1960 onwards, Electoral Registers since 1843, Trade Directories from 1774, Newspapers since 1787 and much more. Staff are available to advise and help people who are unable to visit the library. They will try to answer enquiries received by post, telephone or E-mail, but unfortunately are unable to undertake lengthy research.
Sheffield Archives houses many resources which will be of benefit to the family historian. For the beginner here are a number of sources which should be consulted when undertaking genealogical enquiries. See descriptions for Bishops Transcripts, Cemetery Records, Census Returns, Directories, Electoral Rolls, GRO Index, I.G.I., Non-Conformist Records, Parish Registers and Probate Registers.
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The Sheffield Indexers searchable 'Message Forum' is there for anyone to ask for help with their research, knowledgeable genealogists will, I am sure, try to help with your requests. The forum also allows you to search for names, places and other miscellaneous inquiries of interest relating to Sheffield and abroad. An extensive list of Genealogy Links and Getting Started are also a very good place to start if you are looking for information on Sheffield, England or genealogy references in general. For a quick reference of what you will find on this website click on our Site Map.
BMD Certificate Index << NEW
If you have a lot of Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates and are wondering what to do with them, why not index them where they can be seen by your potential Rellies. Currently accepting certificates related to Sheffield YKS and surrounding areas.
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