GENUKI


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GENUKIUK & Ireland Genealogical Information Service
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The GenUki database www.genuki.org.uk/is a fantastic resource for the location of parish registers and on-line resources.
The best source for tracking them down is via the GENUKI genealogy database at www.genuki.org.uk/ As well as parish registers this site is a must for those starting on their family history quest, with in-depth tutorials and a massive database of resources listed by individual county.
A good overview can be found on the genuki site www.genuki.org.uk/big/ Hit the emigration/immigration tag and youwill discover an exhaustive list of resources which will help you to track your travelling ancestor!
First stop is the GENUKI site which gives an overview of each county's holdings.
You should start by consulting the GENUKI sitewww.genuki.org.uk which contains a county by county breakdown of all genealogical resources.
The standard guide for resources in specific areas in the GENUKI site, a massive resource broken down into county holdings.
First port of call to discover the information available about inventories and probate information is The National Archives site at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk The GENUKI site is also always worth a visit to discover probate information about a specific area: www.genuki.org.uk Wills and inventories have been catalogued over the years - many feature in the Lancashire and Cheshire Historic Society's volumes and there are plenty of catalogues that have been published by the various local family history societies.