Welcome to Northumberland Genealogy

Northumberland's historical monuments date back to Roman times, notably Hadrian's Wall, stretching west from the outskirts of Newcastle Upon Tyne for over seventy miles.

The county boasts some of the most unspoiled coastal stretches in England



Durham & Northumberland Surname Forum


Marion Maychell
Northumberland Genealogy Host

(sorry I can’t undertake research for you, queries should be posted on the queries board)

If you have a homepage relating to your family history in the Northumberland
area and would like it added here, please email me:  Marion Maychell

        The History of the COXON Name   -   hosted by Harry Coxon

        Lancelot Howard Barron family from the
Hartburn, Nr Morpeth area back to around 1540.

        Bill McKenzie has many Northumberland links

        McLean, McLain, North & Davis Family Tree

        The Pollit Family

        Corbett and Sadler genealogy

        General Info Links

        National Statistics   -   information about how to obtain B, M & D certificates

        Public Record Office

        The Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies

        Census Enumerators' Books - A brief introduction

        The IGI

        Free BMD ( Births, Marriages & Deaths Database)

        Commonwealth War Graves Commission

        Cyndi's List

        Ancestor Quest  - UK & Ireland Genealogy

        Obituary Look-Ups

        Internet Library of Earl Journals

        English Heritage

        The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts

        English Look-Up Exchange

Mailing Lists

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     GENUKI: Northumberland
     Northumberland Towns & Parishes
     Northumberland & Durham FHS
     Traveller's World - Northumberland
     Morpeth,  Northumberland  -  The Internet Guide
     Unique Northumberland
     Northumberland & Durham Surnames List
     Northumberland Look-Up Exchange
     BBC Radio Newcastle


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