UK & IRELAND GENEALOGY
GENUKI Structure & Site Map
to the whole of the
U.K. and Ireland
to the whole of
to the whole of
but is normally on a separate page, and
in the case of Yorkshire, on 4 pages.24
in this County42
in this County45
The information contained on any given parish/town page is dependent on the amount of
time which the maintainer of the County has available to add the information and of course
the amount of information available to him or her. In some cases, the parish/town page may
not exist, and in others there will be extensive information such as transcriptions of parish
records, gazetteers, directories, photographs etc. under the various topic headings.
All names in blue in the diagram above are active hyper-links.
It should be noted that at each level in the hierarchy, information is arranged under the same alphabetically-ordered set of topic headings, e.g. Biography, Census, Church Records, Description & Travel, History, Maps, Probate Records, etc. For further guidance see "How this Information Service is Organised", and for a full list of possible topic headings see How the information on this server is presented to the user. GENUKI site Search is available from every GENUKI page.
If you need to find a place in the United Kingdom or determine which of our pages contain information about it, then the GENUKI Gazetteer provides a comprehensive range of search options.
If you are looking for information about a Church or Cemetery, or would like to find out which of our pages may contain information about it, then the GENUKI Church Database may be of assistance.
There are a large number of listings of the surnames being researched by various Internet users. Details can be found in the listing of all the Surname Lists available. and also under the heading "Genealogy" on the appropriate county pages.
A number of Discussion Groups exist covering various parts of the country. A very wide range of research interests are covered, and joining the appropriate group could be beneficial.
If you have a number of ancestors from a particular area, then you will find it beneficial to join the Family History Society covering that area. Look in our list of Family History and Genealogy Societies for more information about them.