Links to Other Sites
Sites that I have found useful, or of interest, and that other researchers may do too.
Sheffield is extremely well served with historical and geneaological information, which has been freely placed online by researchers.
so far I have not found as much information so easily accessible, in any other region I have interest in.
Thank you to anybody who has placed their research findings freely online, it is invaluable.
Jane Lachs' Bolsterstone site........
An absolute 'must' for anybody with geneaological interests in the Bolsterstone/Bradfield area.
Sheffield and District Family History Society........
Plenty of information and links to all aspects of family or local history in and around Sheffield.
Bradfield Parish Council Site.
Has lots of local information, in particular, a local history page,
which includes a list of all the historical papers held at Bradfield Archives.
Bradfield Village Site................
Mainly modern information relating to Bradfield Village
Stannington war memorial.
Robert Smith has a website of the research he has done into the men remembered on the Stannington war memorial
Sheffield Records Online
Lots of free records (for example, census 1841,1851,1861, Burials, Marriages relating to Sheffield)
ENG-SHEFFIELD Hosts a genealogical mailing list web site for people searching for their family roots in and around Sheffield.
The Sheffield Magazine produced by Sheffield City Council............
Where to go, What to do, Where to stay, etc.
A wealth of information regarding all aspects of Geneaology worldwide....
Also their current project to get all British Birth, Marriage and Death indexes online
Information for anybody researching their British Geneaology.....generally by region. http://www.genuki.org.uk/index.html
with Tana Willis' West Riding of Yorkshire Pages particularly relevant to West Riding of Yorkshire.
The LDS (Latter Day Saints) Family Search site.
Millions of Church Records worldwide have been Transcribed.
has transcribed some local ancient wills which include some Sandersons. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~smithysgenealogy/P_S_YORKSHIRE.html
A Website Book of the Sheffield Flood
Fascinating and informative with plenty of details.
Grenoside Local History Group Site.
A Fascinating Site of Old Maps.
Do you have a site that you think would be of interest to visitors to this site, and you would like me to link to:
If so, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
and I will try to add it. (Please send a link.)
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