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Northumberland Genealogy


"The most northerly county of England. It lies next to Scotland, on the German Ocean, and is bounded by Durham and Cumberland. It extends about 70 miles in length, and 50 in breadth; and contains 12 market towns, and 460 parishes. The air is not so cold as might be imagined from the latitude in which it lies; and the snow seldom lies long in Northumberland, except on the tops of the hills, some of which are above 2000 feet high."
from Barclay's Complete and Universal English Dictionary, 1842
Genuki - Northumberland
Genuki is the largest collection of research information
on the net for UK
Neighbouring Counties
Berwickshire, County Durham, Cumberland
Northumberland GenWeb
maintained by volunteers in an effort to help researchers
find local resources and reference information
Archives and Libraries
Northumberland County Archives Northumberland Libraries
Northumberland Lookup Exchange
request free lookups of censuses, parish registers
held by individual volunteers
Local Genealogy Societies & Groups
Cyndi's List - Northumberland
largest private collection
of genealogy links on the web

Genealogy Record Sources

many of these sites can provide source record information of ancestors:
huge resource by University of Leicester; of local and trade directories from 1750 to 1919
Parish and Probate Records
Northumberland, England: Parish and Probate Records
Surname Lists
provides surnames being researched and email address of researcher
England & Wales BMDs
search over 40 million England & Wales free B,M&Ds
Message Boards
post and read about Northumberland genealogy with other researchers
Cemeteries - Northumberland

Parish Registers

free internet searches of baptism, marriage, and burial records,
which have been transcribed from parish and non-conformist church registers
War Memorials
Roll-of-Honour - Northumberland
Northumberland war memorials and rolls of honour
800 Million Name UK Database
search 800 million UK  records in over 60 individual databases
1841-1891 Census transcriptions by volunteers

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