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    Default Yorkshire Resources

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    Sheffield Records Online - marriages, burials, some census, trade directories, etc.
    http://www.sheffieldrecordsonline.org.uk/

    Sheffield City Council have a list of people whose death notices/obituaries appeared in the local papers between 1870 and 1950. Do please read the explanation carefully first.
    https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/librari...bituaries.html

    (The Sheffield Daily Telegraph 1855-1950, Sheffield Evening Telegraph 1887-1939, and the Sheffield Independent 1819-1938 are among the Sheffield newspapers found on the British Newspaper Archive/FindMyPast websites.)

    Some more specialist Sheffield online name indexes
    https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/librari...ies/catalogues

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    Tadcaster transcripts can be found at the following URL.

    http://tadhistory.org.uk/public/inde...ARISHREGISTERS

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    This site has been invaluable to me, so much information.

    http://www.sheffieldindexers.com/
    Alma

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    There is a large selection of Yorkshire Parish Registers available on the Internet Archive site

    Emeltee

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    wonderful link - thank you almach!

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    Thank you, Have found my 3rd great grandfather

    Marj

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    For those with ancestors in the Wharfedale and Craven area there is

    www.wharfegen.org.uk

    I think you have to register but it is FREE.

    Emeltee

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