Many records are accessible on-line and can be used to help in tracing and building your family tree.
Old records of Wills, Land, Court Rolls etc, are available at the National Archives by clicking here
Totnes Museum & Study Centre is a good resource for local and family history research, and a service point for the Devon Records Office. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01803 863821
Other useful websites include:
The following link is provided for people who are looking for information on their ancestors and family tree. On this page you can leave information about your own family or ask for information to help in tracing ancestors of your family. Personal Page.
Mr. Arthur Day, author of "A Short History and Guide 2002" for Paignton Parish Church, has collected material received from the descendents of Deacon Samuel Chapin. This material has been given to Totnes Museum Study Centre. For more information please visit their web site.
Offers a comprehensive guide to researching from abroad, and includes extensive links to documents, genealogical societies, and search services.
English Record Offices and Archives on the Web County-by-county listing of archives available throughout England, with links included as appropriate.
London organization claims to have the largest collection of parish records in the British Isles. Learn about resources, classes, and lectures.
Genealogy queen Cyndi Howell has collated a vast index of links to genealogy related sites and information. Well organised and well worth a look.
Maker of genealogy software provides how-to articles, records databases and a community that help document family historie
Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy Organization provides surname lists, a description of its journals for sale, and its membership rates. Includes updated news.