This section lists county associations of Middlesex providing details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
Hillingdon Family History Society was founded in 1988 and aims to encourage and promote the study of genealogy and family history.
The parishes the society are most interested in form the Borough of Hillingdon and are Cowley, Harefield, Harlington, Harmondsworth, Hayes, Hillingdon, Ickenham, Ruislip and West Drayton.
An index of the 1891 Census for Middlesex is on their site, but this index does not include areas of Middlesex now forming part of Central London.
Many resources are available in their Research Room situated in Uxbridge Library, High Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1HD and/or Hillingdon Park Baptist Church, 25 Hercies Road, Hillingdon Circus, UB10 9LS.
Experienced volunteers are available in their research room to help you begin your family history research.
These resources include:
These resources do not just relate to Hillingdon, but all of England, and further afield, such as Australia.
Places covered include Hillingdon and the counties of Berkshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Middlesex. For further information, and a complete list of counties covered, please visit their site.
If you cannot get to the Research Room, the Society, on payment of a fee, are willing to conduct research on your behalf.
Some reference books and local history books can be lent to Society members.
Many publications are sold by the Society, which include:
The association was formed in 2001 by amalgamating the two former societies of London and North Middlesex FHS (established in 1978) and Westminster and Central Middlesex FHS.
Their aim is to help people who want to research their family history, specifically those who have connections with the area covered by the society, which comprises the City of London, the city of Westminster and London Boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Camden, Enfield, Haringey, Harrow and Islington along with parts of Ealing and Hillingdon.
A guide to parishes in the area is accessible on their site.
Although the Society is named the London, Westminster and Middlesex Family History Society, the organisation does not cover the whole of the former county of Middlesex. A map is available on their website showing the area covered by the society.
The Society does not have their own premises, nor does it have a library or archives.
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is accessible on their site.
The objectives of the Society are to promote interest in genealogy and to encourage and assist anyone involved in the study of genealogy, specifically in the area covered. They also have a parish map showing parishes covered by the society.
Many resources are held by the Society, which are stored in 7 plastic boxes and taken to each meeting. These resources include:
You can also search through their Journals on the site.
Details of unwanted GRO certificates of births, marriages and deaths are now available on the site, and these certificates can be purchased from the Society.
The War Memorials and Rolls of Honour Index is now searchable in the Members Area.
Some publications are available for sale, which include:
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also available.