This section lists county associations from Anglesey to Caernarfonshire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Mr Gwyndaf Williams
Canolfan Yr Aelwyd
Stryd yr Eglwys (Church Street)
Gwynedd Family History Society helps people who are searching for their Gwynedd ancestry. They hope to promote interest in genealogy and to make available transcriptions of parish registers and census returns.
They also have a library, where approximately 800 books are accessible to members. A list of these books is also available when you become a member.
A number of publications are available for sale, which include memorial inscriptions and indexes of baptisms, marriages and burials. Other publications are also available.Website:
PO Box 214
Meeting Room (Monthly Meetings):
Mark Rutherford School
Bedfordshire Family History Society was formed in 1977 and helps people who wish to research their genealogy and have connections with Bedfordshire.Website:
131 Castle Hill
Berkshire Family History Society was founded in 1975 and has approximately 2000 members worldwide.
Their aims are to promote and encourage the study of genealogy, primarily within the pre-1974 Royal County of Berkshire. It also promotes the transcription, indexing and preservation of documents and other relevant information.Website:
PO Box 403
Buckinghamshire Family History Society was founded in 1976 and now has over 2000 members who help each other with their research, mainly within the county.Website:
Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society:
Founded in 1992, they aim to help members with their research into their ancestry. They are able to help you whether or not you live in the county.