This section lists county associations from Cambridgeshire to Cheshire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Cambridgeshire Family History Society was founded in 1976 and has over 1400 members. Their aim is to preserve existing records and help to transcribe and collate new information.
Walpole St Andrew
St Peter's Church Hall
Fenland FHS was formed in 2001 and helps to encourage genealogical research, especially people who have connections with Fenland.
Fenland comprises parts of South Lincolnshire, West Norfolk and the former Isle of Ely.
Peterborough and District FHS:
Mrs Jan Johnson
c/o Peterborough and District
7 The Teasles
Deeping St James
Westgate Church Hall
The Society was formed in 1980 to bring together those interested in Genealogical Studies and Heraldry.
It also promotes the preservation of materials and documents with emphasis on Peterborough but also covering parishes within a 15 mile radius.
This covers parts of the 'old' counties of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Northamptonshire, Rutland and Lincolnshire.
Miss Menna H Evans
c/o National Library of Wales
The Society was founded in 1995 and encourages the study of genealogy of those connected with the county.Website:
Mr Colin Potter
c/o Dyfed FHS
25 Milton Meadows
Dyfed Family History Society helps people who are interested in genealogy and heraldry, with a specific interest in the counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.Website:
(Mobberley Research Centre):
FHSC Research Centre
(Crewe Research Centre):
Crewe Town Library
Prince Albert Street
Please use the FHSC Contacts page of their website to find out the principal officers of the association and how to contact them.
The association was founded in 1969 and its aim is to encourage and advance the study of genealogy, specifically for the county, but it also helps people who live locally whose ancestors came into the county from elsewhere.Website:
North Cheshire FHS:
This society is not accepting any new membershipsWebsite: