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Scottie Press Online. Liverpool and Merseyside Remembered.
Mostly Liverpool during WW2. A list of all the civilians who died during the May Blitz. Also a list of Liverpool VC winners with short biographies. Other useful bits and pieces for example a section on the Chinese Community.. Canal Boat Familes. I say families but they were pretty much one massive extended family, all connected and inter-marrying.
I have been doing a bit of research for a friend whose family worked as boatmen and women and this site has proved invaluable.
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Good search facility on the site. Lots of hard-working volunteers with local expertise. They produce regular journals and have talks and meetings. They have an online catalogue where you can buy sources such as parish records on CD and fiche. Overseas customers have a separate page with different postage rates. The society also has a lively online forum which is a great source of help for family history queries, so would be particularly useful for people researching from a distance.
Liverpool History Society. Not to be confused with the above. This is general local history rather than family history and has rather more of an academic flavour. Same rates as above. Lancashire Archives. Before local government reorganisation in the s Liverpool was part of Lancashire so they still hold many Liverpool records. Staff are helpful and will put themselves out for you — and they reply to e mails. Liverpool Record Office.
The library building is amazing and is always buzzing with people. Its wonderful to see investment in a library in this age of austerity.
I was looking for copies of the Liverpool Porcupine and nothing came up, but of course they do hold copies on microfilm. If you email staff with catalogue queries they do respond quickly and they are helpful and patient when you arrive in person. The Holland Family of Liverpool and Ireland.
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A stylish looking site. Scans of all the sources are on there such as census and baptism records and maps and photos of specific streets and areas where his ancestors lived. Also pages from electoral roles for Princes Walk in and with my grandparents on! All of the information presented here covers Liverpool and its surrounding districts. It is offered here as a free resource for family history researchers to serve as a census substitute. Easy to check and worth a look if you think you may have some long-standing pre-potato famine Liverpool Catholic ancestors.
Liverpool City Police. Info about the history and founding of Liverpool police force and fire service, great photos, notable liverpool crimes, newspaper articles, general historical articles and details of individuals who served. A great little site with lots of interesting info about the parks police and also Liverpool Police force. It seems that the Parks Police records were destroyed in when the force was disbanded. The records included a treasure trove of photos so the editors of this site have done really well managing to find so much material.
Also includes directories from other areas. As well as these sites, there are many many local Facebook groups where people are extremely helpful and will often do free look-ups for you. All the family history groups have Facebook pages but there are lots of other useful ones as well.
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Liverpool Hidden History and Liverpool and Slavery are full of information. General Family History Sites. The site contains millions of parish records from all around the world and free access to the UK census. It will show findings from other censuses but the links will take you to subscription sites.
The Genealogist. This is a UK subscription site with different levels of access to records depending on how much you pay. You can get all the UK census records here. There are also other useful records such as non-conformist ones. We subscribe to this as well as Ancestry. I have found people on this site that I had been searching for for years on Ancestry. Find My Past. Another UK subscription site that provides an alternative to Ancestry.
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As well as the subscription it offers pay-as-you-go credits which is useful if you just want to dip your toe in. Some county councils offer it for free on computers in their libraries. One warning about this site. Take advantage of this but be on your guard. The British government are meant to be bringing out legislation to stop this type of sneaky rollover subscription. About time.
I have to admit to spending a disproportionate amount of my life on this site. But who could resist? It has the most extensive collection of online records. This has saved me many trips to the record office so has paid for itself many times over. The link above is to the UK site. I joined the ancestry. If you are already a member ring up and try to negotiate a discount before you renew.