Search over 1 million names in the Nova Scotia BMD database. Every name is linked to the original record in digitized form and you can search and view every item free-of-charge.
England’s Immigrants 1330-1550 is a fully-searchable database containing over 64,000 names of people known to have migrated to England during the period of the Hundred Years’ War and the Black Death, the Wars of the Roses and the Reformation.
Carnarvon Traders is an historical repository for the town of Carnarvon in Wales.
The history of Dorset County Hospital website has a wealth of information and records about the hospital, its staff, and patients.
You can see burial registers, admissions, census returns, staff records, directories, newspaper reports, and more.
Flintshire War Memorials has details of memorials and the soldiers who died in WW1. The details include the soldier’s name, rank, date of death, place of death, burial place, and medals awarded.
Free records for the Ladywell & Brockley cemeteries. There are currently transcripts of 13,700 gravestones which include the names of 37,000 individuals buried there.
The cemeteries were originally called Lewisham & Deptford and both were established in 1858.
The Kent Archaeological Society website had free access to thousands of memorial inscriptions from hundreds of churchyards all over the county of Kent, England. The records were collected from the 1760s onwards.
The Wigtownshire Pages website has many genealogy records for free including births, marriages, deaths, census records, parish records, monumental inscriptions, military records and more.