This section lists county associations from Cornwall to Denbighshire providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
18 Lemon Street
Cornwall FHS was founded in 1976 and its aim is to encourage Cornish Genealogical Research. They publish a quarterly journal and have transcribed and indexed over 5 million records. They have a library which is based in Truro.
Some databases are available on the site, which incorporate:
These databases can only be accessed by members of the Society.
A free index of female convicts sent to Tasmania is accessible on the site.
Many publications and other items are sold by the Society, which include:
Clay and Mining Books sold by the Society include:
Fishing and Maritime books sold by the Society include:
Institutional Books are also available for sale, which include:
If you are unable to visit their Library, the Society, for payment of a fee, can conduct research on your behalf.
Founded in 2002, the Society now has over 250 members. The members have carried out considerable research into the former families of Polperro, and anyone with Polperro ancestry is welcome to apply for membership.
c/o Cumbria FHS
13 Hall Moor Court
The Society was founded in 1976 and aims to help people who have an interest in researching their genealogy. They cover the current county of Cumbria, which is all of the pre-1974 counties of Cumberland and Westmorland.
It also covers parts of Lancashire that are north of Morecambe Bay (North Lonsdale) and the West Riding parish of Sedbergh.
A map of parishes covered by the Society is accessible.
A forum is accessible, this providing notices about the Society, transcriptions from the Carlisle Journal and Carlisle Patriot and Memorial Inscriptions, which is a project aiming to transcribe all the gravestones in Cumbria. A surname list from Roland Grigg is also available.
A newsletter is published by the Society in February, May, August and November which is available as an electronic download or printed version. An example is shown on their site, but the current newsletters are available to members only.
Many publications are available for sale, which include: