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GENUKI is a genealogy web portal.

It hosts a large collection of pages with genealogical information covering England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

It contains information that is common to all the British Islands, common to each country, each county and then to each town and village. Its range of subjects include

Archives and Libraries Bibliography Biography Cemeteries
Censuses Chronology Church History Church Records
Civil Registration Colonization Correctional Institutions Court Records
Description and Travel Directories Emigration and Immigration Gazetteers
Genealogy Handwriting Heraldry Historical Geography
History Jewish Records Land and Property Languages
Manors Maps Medical Records Merchant Marine
Military History Military Records Names Newspapers
Nobility Occupations Periodicals Politics and Government
Poor Law Population Postal and Shipping Guides Probate Records
Schools Social Life and Customs Societies Taxation

It is maintained solely by volunteers, and therefore the coverage is more or less detailed in different parts of the site.

External links

  • GENUKI Home Page (http://www.genuki.org.uk/)

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GENUKI is a World Wide Web based information service that was set up to provide information related to the study of UK genealogy and Family History.
The primary aim of GENUKI was to provide information about what records were available, usually on paper or microfilm, and where to find them, and to provide an overview of the contents of common types of records and how to use them.
The number of record transcripts and indexes that are currently available on GENUKI is still quite small, as the compilers often use them as a source of income to offset the cost of their production, and don't as yet want to make them freely available.
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