Members Data Searches
This page provides a summary of the currently available searches on our data.
The available searches are as follows:
- Summary Search.
This is the natural starting point. It provides the number of hits against each of the
available indexes for a given surname. You do not need to have entered a password to run
this summary search. The password check is applied for each particular search.
- Baptisms Search.
This search provides access to the full entries of 16,500 Baptism records, from 1540 to 1840,
covering 16 parishes within our area.
- Marriages Search.
This search provides access to index entries of 87,000 Marriage records, from 1538 to 1837,
covering 62 parishes within our area, with a few exceptions.
- Burials Search.
This section provides access to the full entries of 51,700 Burial records, from 1540 to 1949,
covering 20 parishes within our area.
- Memorial Inscriptions Search.
This search provides access to the inscriptions of 43,100 Memorials, mostly gravestones, from
1189 to 2014, collected from 23 parishes within our area.
- War Memorials Search.
This search provides access to the collection of War Memorials which were once available on CD.
There are 308 separate memorials from across our area, and 21,700 indexed names, albeit that in
many cases the memorials only provide a surname with initials.
- Protestations Returns Search.
This search provides access to the complete set of Protestations Returns that exist today for the
county of Middlesex, as it was in 1641, which is to say that they cover a large portion of West
London. It is estimated that these returns are 80% complete for the returns made at the time,
which was when all males who were 18 or over were required by law to swear an Oath of Allegiance
to the Protestant faith. Those who refused to do so were named as Recusants. Further information
about the Middlesex Protestations Returns is available here.
- Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates Search.
This page provides the search facility to list our collection of Birth,
Marriage and Death Certificates which are for sale.
While searching these records you will be able to log the detail that is presented, view the log,
and print it if required. The full set of log options are also provided on the following page:
- Logging: A page which enables you to
reset/clear the log, view it, or write a closing entry, with a view to printing it.
Some further advice on printing, particularly if you are working without a printer attached, or wish
to send the log file to someone as an attachment.