Originally published in Origins

We have an excellent website which is in the course of being re-designed, and an increasingly active group on Facebook. Both of these enable members and visitors to share research interests, seek advice and help and explore the records and other sources of information in Buckinghamshire.

21 Sep 2019;
01:30PM - 04:00PM
Coaching Days On The Old Oxford Road
02 Oct 2019;
07:30PM - 09:30PM
Down Among The Gypsies
08 Oct 2019;
07:15PM - 09:30PM
Enclosure
19 Oct 2019;
01:30PM - 04:00PM
The 1939 Register

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As you can see the changes ae still happening. Let us know what you think, use this contact to send us an email.

At the beginning of 2019 we made changes to our website. This was triggered by us having to change hosting company. We took this opportunitly to upgrade the software used to manage the site. This does mean that some of the online search facilities are temporarily uinavailable. Searches can still be requested, see individual search pages.

The layout of the pages is only temporary and will be improved over the coming weeks.

 

bfhslogoJournals of other Family History Societies are now available on our website. As Societies move to exchange digital copies we are able to put these on our website so our members can read them. Paper copies were only available at Society meetings or by post so many more of our members now have access to them. 

June 2018
New Society - Lincolnshire FHS
New Society - Richmond-Tweed FHS
New Society - Cambridgeshire FHS
Society of Australian Genealogists - Updated
New Society - Aberdeen and North East Scotland FHS
Bedfordshire FHS
Glasgow and West of Scotland FHS
FHS of New Zealand
Barnsley FHS
Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies
Chesterfield and District FHS
Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society
Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies

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Waltham Forest Family History Society - Journals

John Hampden - thumbnailWe are very pleased to have publications from the John Hampden Society in our on-line shop. This is part of a service that we offer to local history societies to promote and sell their publications. The John Hampden Society is unusual in that it's interest is in a person rather than a local town or village.

With the exception of a very few registers currently held by the incumbents, all Buckinghamshire Parish Registers have been transcribed up to 1901. You may request a search of these records here . Additionally when final checking has been competed they will be published and be available in the shop .  You may download the current list of the transcribed parishes here