Libraries, Museums, Registry Offices and other public institutions.
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|Bodleian Library||The Bodleian Library is the main research library of the University of Oxford|
|Britain’s National Archives at Kew||One of the largest archival collections in the world, spanning 1000 years of British history|
|British Library||The British Library’s collection of over 150 million items covers every age and place of written civilisation|
|Chetham’s Library Manchester||Founded in 1653 it is the oldest library in the English speaking world – its founder owned Turton Tower – see C.6.34-77- sections 12 Entwistle of Foxholes & 13|
|County Down Deeds||List of County Down Deeds of 1876|
|Institute of Historical Research||Important resource for history scholars from all over the world|
|Lancashire Parish Clerks||Find lots of information from parish records and local directories|
|Lancashire Record Office||A treasure trove! Located in Preston – with free parking.|
|Library of Congress||For researchers, libraries & the public|
|Parish Chest||Genealogy supplies, links and contacts|
|Proceeding of the Old Bailey||Accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials in London’s central criminal court|
|UK Registry Offices||Find births, marriages and deaths at the prime source – in the Record Office|
|Find a registry office||Find which UK office holds the births, marriages and deaths information you may need|
|Smithsonian||In 1829 English scientist James Smithson left his fortune to the people of the United States to found an institution for the “increase and diffusion of knowledge”|
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