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UK Electoral Roll Online Searches
Searches the UK Electoral Roll, Deaths, Marriages and UK Property Ownership to the general public and companies with access to every registered address in the UK since 1984 (TBV?). You can search by forename, surname, full name or by address and postcode. Terms and Conditions will apply.
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Online searchable records including; Ships Passenger Lists Leaving UK - 1890-1919 now available, Births, Marriages and Deaths, Census Records, Military Records, Migration Records, Occupations & Directories, Living Relatives. Terms and conditions may apply.
Sheffield City Council BMD's
Index of Births, Marriages and Deaths. This site will enable you to interrogate the index of births, deaths and marriages held at the Register Office Sheffield, so that you may request a replacement certificate. Please note, this is not a complete index - Searchable up to 5 years - indexing in progress.
BMD Certificate Index
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.
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.
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.
Adoption, Search & Reunion
This website provides information for adopted people, birth relatives and also adoptive parents in England and Wales. It also provides information for agencies, professionals and volunteers who provide services for adopted people and their birth and adoptive relatives. The information available on this website applies to adoptions that were made before the 30th December 2005. See also the GRO Adoptions information page.
BT.com - The Phone Book
Free Online Residential and Business Directory search by surname, town and street to help you find recent rellies.
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Sheffield Flood of June 25, 2007 [BBC]
"Hundreds of people have fled their homes in three villages in South Yorkshire amid fears a dam is about to burst after torrential rain. Engineers are trying to reinforce the wall holding back the Ulley reservoir near Rotherham after cracks appeared. A 68-year-old man and a teenage boy died in separate incidents in Sheffield and a 28-year-old man was killed after becoming stuck in a drain in Hull. Elsewhere weather conditions are easing after severe flooding across England. Sheffield remained virtually cut off from the rest of the country as the transport infrastructure all but ground to a halt. Bus and rail services are severely disrupted and many major roads are closed....More from the BBC>>
Sheffield Daily Telegraph
The Sheffield Telegraph is a weekly newspaper published in Sheffield, England. Founded in 1855 as the Sheffield Daily Telegraph, it was the city's first daily newspaper, published at 08:00 each morning. After taking over the Sheffield and Rotherham Independent in 1938, it dropped the "Daily" from its name. See also Wikipedia Sheffield Telegraph.
The Star (Sheffield Star)
The newspaper which subsequently became The Star began as the Sheffield Evening Telegraph, the first edition of which was published on 7 June 1887. It soon took over its only local rival, the Sheffield Evening Star, and from June 1888 to December 1897 it was known as the Evening Telegraph and Star and Sheffield Daily Times, then from 1898 to October 1937 as the Yorkshire Telegraph and Star. In 1931, it took over the Sheffield Mail, which had been its main rival since 1920. From 1937 to November 1938, the newspaper became the Telegraph & Star, and finally, from 14 November 1938 until the present, The Star. Traditionally a broadsheet, the newspaper became a tabloid in 1989. See also Wikipedia Sheffield Star.
The Yorkshire Post is one of Britain's oldest and most respected newspapers, founded in 1754 as the Leedes Intelligencer.
Newspapers in the UK
Wikipedia list of current newspapers of the UK.
Current information on Sheffield.
Sheffield on the Internet
Sheffield local links, interest and resources. See also their Geneaology Links page.
Established in 2000, View® offers comprehensive city guides spanning the country. Each website offers impartial, independent news and reviews, exhaustive venue listings and essential events details serving the local community with online ticket sales and hotel booking facilities.
Sheffield School Records
Sheffield City Council's list of all schools that have websites. This list may not be current as they rely on schools letting them know when they have put up a new site. See also list of schools in Yorkshire and Humber.
Schools Web Directory - Sheffield
UK Schools & Colleges Database, Search by Local Education Authority, now contains contact details for more than 32,000 institutions including over 17,000 Websites.
Current List of Hospitals in Sheffield
See also NHS Sheffield gateway to local Health information.
A Church Near You
Website with online searchable database for current Churches in England, Dioceses, Churches in Continental Europe, Services and Events, Features and Facilities. It will also draw the current boundaries of that parish on the map - in progress.
Church of England - Anglican
Current Parish Church websites including diocese of Sheffield, Wakefield, Derby and more - see Diocese map of England & Wales.
Catholic Church in England & Wales
The basic administrative unit of the Catholic Church is the diocese - an area presided over by a bishop, sometimes with auxiliary bishops to help him. There are currently 22 dioceses in England and Wales. These are divided into parishes, the local communities of Catholics. See also the list of links to the Diocese of Hallam including; Sheffield North, Sheffield East, Barnsley, Bassetlaw, Chesterfield, Doncaster and Rotherham.
Sheffield Restaurant Guide
Provides a complete list of all the restaurants and pubs in Sheffield including information about each individual restaurant. See also their Sheffield Pub Guide.
BBC Radio - Sheffield
Everything you need to know about your favourite BBC local radio station right here!
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