This section lists county associations from Breconshire to Buckinghamshire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
c/o Ystradgynlais Library
The local newspaper covering 1898-1971 has been transferred on to microfilm by the Society, this being available in Ystradgynlais Library. You are advised to book the machine because there is high demand for the films.
A newsletter is available on their website, along with a short history of the parish of Ystradgynlais.
Many publications and other items are available for sale, which incorporate:
Memorial Inscriptions are also available for sale, which include:
On payment of a fee, the Society can perform look-ups in the following resources:
A list of surnames currently being researched by Society members is accessible.
PO Box 403
The Society was founded in 1976 and now has over 1500 members who help each other with their research, mainly within the county.
A forum is also on their site, but access is restricted to members only.
The Society has different branches, which include:
Methodist Church Hall
Turnfurlong Junior School
For payment of a fee, the Society is prepared to conduct searches in the following indexes:
For a full list of parishes and years covered by these indexes, please visit their site.
Many publications are sold by the society, which include:
Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society:
Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society
Founded in 1992, Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society aims to help members with their research into their ancestry. They can help you with your research whether or not you live in the county.
A list of parishes in Buckinghamshire, along with the dates covered by the registers is accessible on their site. This also includes the dates covered by the International Genealogical Index (IGI) and the Society's own indexes in each case.
Many resources are available in their Library, which incorporate:
A full list of resources held by the Society is only given to new Society members.
Many publications are available for sale, which include:
Settlement Papers are also available for sale, covering the following areas:
Maps are also sold by the society, which incorporate:
A database of surnames currently being researched by members of the Society is also accessible.