Discover your English family history and start your family tree.  Find resources for all  English counties and access many  
                   genealogy records including Census, 
Land and Cemetery records. This website is dedicated to  making English ancestry
                   research as free as possible.  However, that is not always easy. There are a 
limited number of free resources available
                   so you may have already seen some of these links. Sometimes websites go offline and others may start charging for 
                   resources without notice. So it's possible that some of the links in this website may not work or ask for money to view the

The following resources are a miscellaneous accumulation of odds and ends which may or may not be specific to a 

particular English County. There are two pages of miscellaneous websites. There is a link at the bottom of this section which will

 take you to the next.

                Miscellaneous English Links

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A Useful Tip to Help You With Your Ancestry Research

Using Google Command Operators To Improve Your Search Results

If you are going to do a Google Search and you want to get the best results, you should familiarize yourself with a coupleof very useful Google command operators, "allintitle" and "allintext". The "allintitle" operator returns search term results with matches found in the title of a file where "allintext" returns search results with each of your search terms found in the text of the file.  For instance, if you were looking for census documents from Clark County Washington for the year 1850, you could use the "allintitle" operator and your search might look like this:

This may return a lot of unwanted results, such as "Clark County Nevada". You could further filter your search results by trying double quotes around Clark and County. This would still pull up "Clark County Nevada" and probably many more Clark Counties. You might even try "Clark County Washington". Double quotes could have the reverse effect and return very few results. So you will have to experiment. The search string below could eliminate "Clark County Nevada" results by using the "-" operator. The "-" operator means, minus these results. 

There is also a "+" operator that works the opposite way. You don't need to use the "+" operator with the "allintitle" command, because it automatically searches for every search term you listed.

If you wanted to do a search for a census record for "Bill Jones" living in  "Alameda County California"  in 1910, you should use the "allintext" operator. It will return only matches from your search terms found in the text of a file. The "allintext" operator is a very good way of filtering unwanted results. In the example above,  you should try putting last name first and inclosing last and first name in quotes. Most census records were recorded this way. You can also use the "-"  and "+" operators with "Allintext. Below is an example search for "Bill Jones" living in  "Alameda County California"  in 1910.

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