The Warwickshire County Category This page is designed to keep Warwickshire Genealogy Resources in one place
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- Warwickshire Sources - Links to Wikitree pages containing detailed bibliographic information and online access points for each publication listed.
Vital records, cemeteries, family history societies
- Warwickshire County Record Office - Tracing Your Warwickshire Ancestors
- Midland Ancestors Warwickshire - The Birmingham & Midland Society for Genealogy & Heraldry
- Genuki Warwickshire Gateway to a wide range of Warwickshire resources.
- FamilySearch - Warwickshire, England Genealogy
- Warwickshire Cemetery Records - Internment.net
- Bloom, J. Harvey, and W. P. W. Phillimore. Warwickshire Parish Registers. Vol. 1 Marriages London: Phillimore, 1904.
- British History Online Links to A History of the County of Warwick, readable online.
- Henry T. Cooke (Bookseller). An Historical and Descriptive Guide to Warwick Castle, Beauchamp Chapel, Kenilworth Castle, Guy’s Cliff, Stoneleigh Abbey, Charlecote Hall, Stratford, Coombe Abbey, and All Other Places of Interest in the Neighborhood. Warwick: Printed and published by H.T. Cooke, 1851.
- Warwick, Frances Evelyn Maynard Greville.Warwick Castle and Its Earls, from Saxon Times to the Present Day. Vol. I Vol.2 London: Hutchinson, 1903.
- Warwickshire Natural History and Archaeological Society, Warwick, England. Notices of the Churches of Warwickshire. Vol. 1. Warwick: H.T. Cooke, 1847.
- Warwick Castle and its Earls, from Saxon Times to the Present Day
- The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated
- Phillimore’s Parish Register Series Warwickshire Parish Register: Vol. 1, 2, 3
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Warwickshire Research Resources
On Other Websites
- Warwickshire’s Past Unlocked, the online catalogue of Warwickshire County Record Office.
- Heritage & Culture Warwickshire, Church Registers and Census Returns. This is a website run by Warwickshire County Council's Heritage and Culture Service.
- Midlands Historical Data. A digital library for family historians interested in the Midlands (this also includes Shropshire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire); a collection including electoral rolls, directories, local history books, and regimental histories.
- Genuki Warwickshire'. This website includes links and/or physical locations of Warwickshire data—including but not limited to: cemeteries, civil registrations, land & property, medical records, newspapers, and occupations.
- Warwickshire Parish Records. This includes a directory of online locations for parish records for Warwickshire.
- Warwickshire Family History Society. The WFHS has been in operation for over 25 years, and while they do charge money for the research that they do (as they do mostly physical research rather than online), it is definitely worth taking a look at.
- FamilySearch Wiki—Online Genealogy Records. A FamilySearch index of genealogical records available on their website relating to Warwickshire.
- Domesday Book, Warwickshire Index. An online index of domesday place-names and landowners, sorted by civil parish.
- Our Warwickshire. A website containing thousands of photos, stories, memories and maps relating to the history, heritage, and natural environment of Warwickshire.
- A History of the County of Warwick. British History Online contains volumes 2 to 8 of A History of the County of Warwick.
- Vol. 6 (1928) The Lay Subsidy Roll for Warwickshire of Edward III.
- Vol. 11 (1932) Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol I.
- Vol. 15 (1932) Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol II.
- Vol. 16 (1932) Rolls of the Warwickshire and Coventry Sessions of the Peace, 1377-1397
- Vol. 18 (1943) Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol III.
- Vol. 21 (1952) Ministers' Accounts of the Warwickshire Estates of the Duke of Clarence.
- Vol. 22 (1956) Ecclesiastical Terriers of Warwickshire Parishes. Vol I
- Vol. 27 (1971) Ecclesiastical Terriers of Warwickshire Parishes. Vol II.
- Vol. 28 (1970) Warwickshire Printers' Notices.
- Vol. 29 (1975) Warwickshire Apprentices and their Masters, 1710-1760
- Vol. 43 (2010) The Warwickshire Hearth Tax Returns
- Vol. 47 (2014) The 1851 Census of Religious Worship: Warwickshire.
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