This section lists county associations from Caernarfonshire to Cambridgeshire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
c/o Gill Shapland
Cambridgeshire Family History Society was founded in 1976 and has over 1100 members all over the world. Their aims are to preserve existing records and to help transcribe and collate new information.
A list of parishes is available on their site, along with a list of adjoining parishes.
A super search facility is available on their site, which provides information regarding people found in their indexes, so you know if the ancestor you are seeking is recorded before obtaining the index.
Many indexes are available on the site, which incorporate:
Many publications are available for sale, which include:
A CD of Miscellaneous Cambridgeshire Documents from 1600 is also available for sale, which includes:
Walpole St Andrew
Fenland FHS was formed in 2001 to promote and encourage genealogical research, especially amongst people who have connections with Fenland.
Fenland comprises parts of South Lincolnshire, West Norfolk and the former Isle of Ely. They also aim to encourage the preservation of archival materials. The Society currently has approximately 150 members from all over the world.
A map of the area covered by the Society is on their site.
Many books are held by the Society, and for payment of a small fee, these books may be borrowed by Society members for a period of up to 2 months.
Many publications and other items are sold by the society, which incorporate:
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 area covers parts of the 'old' counties of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Northamptonshire, Rutland and Lincolnshire.
A list of names found in the PDFHS Archives is also available on the site.
Many publications are available for sale, including:
The Peterborough Records Miscellany CD is sold by the Society, which includes:
A Peterborough Quarter Sessions Index is also available for sale, which incorporates: