This section lists county associations from Worcestershire to Yorkshire - East Riding providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry:
Mr Gordon Taylor
5 Geneva Avenue
Malvern Family History Society was founded in 1996. Its members are not only interested in the Malvern area, but also across the county of Worcestershire, the British Isles and beyond.
Most of the members live in Malvern and the surrounding area but some live further afield.
Many of the people who live further afield have a family history connection with Malvern. All members are welcome at the monthly meetings.
The Society has transcribed an index of baptisms 1639-1754, and this index is available to view in Worcestershire Record Office. They are currently transcribing marriage and burial records.
A list of local history books, which may help you in your family history research, is accessible on the site.
Details of surnames currently being researched by members are also available.
Yorkshire Archaeological Society - Genealogy Section:
Address (May 2018):
Family History Section
34 Lupton Street
0113 245 7910
The Genealogy section of the association was formed in 1973, and has hundreds of members worldwide. The aims of the association are to encourage and promote the study of genealogy and to help members in their research.
The Society provides access to an extensive library of material about the area, especially Leeds and the West Riding, these now being held in the University of Leeds Brotherton Library or Leeds City Central Library. These materials include:
The Archives formerly held in Claremont are now held in the University of Leeds Library's Special Collections (located in thee Brotherton Library). These materials include family collections, estate papers and manorial records. Court Rolls for the Manor of Wakefield 1274-1925 are included in this collection.
If you wish to visit their Office, it is imperative that you book in advance because it is only manned part-time.
Photographs of Yorkshire churches are available on the site.
City of York and District FHS:
East Yorkshire FHS:
Mrs Margaret Oliver
c/o East Yorkshire Family History Society
12 Carlton Drive
The Society was established in February 1977 after a meeting was held in Beverley Library. Monthly meetings take place in Scarborough, Beverley, Hull and Bridlington.
Many resources are accessible in Carnegie Heritage Centre in Hull:
Carnegie Heritage Centre
342 Anlaby Road
Resources held in the Centre include:
Some databases are accessible online, which include:
Many publications are available for sale through the society, which include: