The Bedfordshire Family History Society
Bedfordshire Family History Society (BFHS) was founded in 1977 to bring together those interested in family history, genealogy and heraldry
Bedfordshire Town & Village Photographs
A series of pages alphabetically indexed referencing various photographs of towns & villages in Bedfordshire
Bedfordshire Church Photographs
A series of pages alphabetically indexed referencing various photographs of churches in Bedfordshire
Bedfordshire Antique Maps
Antique maps of Bedfordshire which can be purchased.
Bedfordshire Surnames List
Surnames being researched in the county of Buckinghamshire, or Bucks, an inland county of England. These surnames are associated with their researchers' e-mail addresses to assist in making connections with other researchers
Bedfordshire Look-up Exchange
This is a list of reference works on Bedfordshire which volunteers are willing to search for specific entries. To ask for a look-up, please click on the name by the reference. Requests should be specific: give as much detail as you can
Marriage Witness Indexes (including Bedfordshire)
Every entry contains the names of witness, groom & bride, and the date and place of the marriage as well as the name and address of the genealogist to whose family the couple belong.
Accounts of the various areas of Bedfordshire as recounted in the Domesday Book.
These files lists those found in Counties other than their County of birth.
Parish Register Copies in the Library of the Society of Genealogists
As of December 1994 covering Bedfordshire
The Quaker FHS
The Quaker FHS have a series of pages on locating Quaker Records in various parts of the UK. There are separate pages for most of the pre-1974 English counties
Index to the 1851 Census of Bedford Prison
Based on Crown Copright material held in the Public Record Office, and reproduced by permission of the Controller of Her Majesty'sstationery Office
1851 abstract for Eggington
Bedfordshire Genealogy Links
Useful links for Bedfordshire Genealogical sites
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on: 21 July 2005
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