Family Records Office, get leaflets and advice on tracing missing persons.
Here you can conduct several searches including e-mail and phone and address searches.
A more comprehensive telephone search than Infoseek, but here you have to register (free) and know the county or town to search. Electoral searches may also be made here.
Another telephone search to try.
Find any address from the post code.
If you know the post code or the street/town multimap, will supply you with a map.
One of the bigger “Missing persons” sites as featured on U.K. TV. With loads of resources.
email address and people finder.
Local Government Offices.
The Local and Family History Library (Leeds) has an extensive range of material relating to Leeds and Yorkshire. As well as books, the library has an important collection of maps, newspapers, prints, photographs, directories, electoral rolls, parish registers and the census returns for the whole of Yorkshire. The St Catherine’s House Indexes of Births, Deaths and Marriages for England and Wales are also available
(Click on the library button.)
This is an awesome site, just about every government department is listed.
The North-Easterner magazine –
your guide to local & family history in the North-East of England
goodb.gifWest Yorkshire Archive Service: Leeds.
This is a great site for those researching genealogy in the Yorkshire area.
Another good site for genealogy research.
This site has tons of great links pertaining to all areas of the U.K.
This site is another great site for information relating to all of the U.K.
This is the Mormon church family search section.
A gold mine of information including mailing lists, clubs and a vast resources section..
Another great site, check it out.
goodb.gif Cyndi’s List
One of the best sites I have come across for genealogy research.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Every soldier who died in WWI and WWII
goodb.gif Free BMD Project
This site, by no means finished is attempting to provide Civil Registration index information for England and Wales for Births Marriages and Deaths and currently contains 19,541,379 unique records from 1837 to 1901.
Searchable data bases uk and Northern Ireland
Genealogylinks.net consists of 400 pages of now, over 9,000 links; most of them to online surname searchable records.
goodb.gifPublic Records Office/ National archives
The newly released 1901 census for England.
World-wide Genealogy resources.
Genealogy Links UK
Firstmom’s English/Welsh genealogy resources
Tracing your Scottish Ancestry
Heraldry on the internet