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Books by Professor David Hey
Distinguished family historian and well known author. His study of surname distribution through his work in the 1990's at University of Sheffield, where he was the Professor of Local and Family History has produced excellent resources for genealogists in the UK.
Books by Peter Harvey
Peter Harvey worked as journalist for the Sheffield Morning Telegraph and then the Sheffield Star. He has written books such as; Peter Harvey's Sheffield, A Second Helping of Peter Harvey's Sheffield, A Third Helping of Peter Harvey's Sheffield and Sheffield in the 1930s.
Life and Death in Elizabethan Norton
Norton is now a suburb of Sheffield, but in Elizabethan times it had its own identity as the principal scythemaking community of northern England.
Sheffield Reference Books
Expanding selection of reference books on Sheffield, its manufacturing history and local guides.
Sheffield City Council Publications
Published material available at the Sheffield City Council including: Family History Guides, Local History (Housing), Manuscripts & more.
The "One-Stop Shop" for Family and Local Historians.
The National Archives
The National Archives of England, Wales and the United Kingdom has one of the largest archival collections in the world, spanning 1000 years of British history, from Domesday Book of 1086 to government papers recently released to the public. You can see this collection at The National Archives in Kew, West London, or view certain documents online. Research Guides are available through their online catalogue.
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.
Specializes in the 1841 to 1871 Census of England and Wales, Trade Directories and similar publications on CD-ROM.
S & N Genealogy
Offering over one hundred and thirty programs plus Data CDs, books, charts and family history kits.
Global Genealogy & History Shoppe
Online shopping for different Countries.
Everything to help fellow researchers (freeware, links).
Premier family history, genealogy and online bookstore where you will find just about everything you need to help with your genealogy and family history research.
My History - Genealogy Supplies
On-line supply catalogue.
Rare Yorkshire Books
Computer searchable CDRom versions of old and rare Yorkshire books produced by Colin Hinson divided into 5 sections which include; The East Riding with The Ainsty and York, The North Riding, The West Riding, The whole of Yorkshire and Miscellaneous. The "old" Ridings are used because the books we have on CD were originally published well before 1974 when the new counties were "invented".
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