More records from the Society of Genealogists have been made available online.
The Society of Genealogists in London and the family history website Find My Past have published a further five record sets from the Society’s collection online.
Family historians will now be able to search for their ancestors in the Apprentices of Great Britain, Boyd’s Inhabitants of London, Boyd’s Family Units, Teachers’ Registration Council Registers and Trinity House Calendars.
Find My Past is proud to be sponsoring the Society of Genealogists centenary year and these new additions mean the following records from the Society are now available:
|Records||Date range||Number of
|Apprentices of Great Britain||1710–1774||350,000|
|Boyd’s Inhabitants of London & Boyd’s Family Units||1200–1946||583,159|
|Boyd’s London Burials||1538–1872||242,844|
|Boyd’s Marriage Index||1538–1840||5,405,161|
|Boyd’s 1st Misc Series||1538–1775||1,470,640|
|Faculty Office Marriage Licence Allegations||1701–1850||321,472|
|Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills Index||1750–1800||207,959|
|St Andrew Holborn Marriage Index||1754–1812||37,450|
|St Leonard’s Shoreditch burials||1805–1858||38,246|
|St Leonard’s Shoreditch workhouse deaths||1820–1828||702|
|Teachers’ Registration Council Registers||1914–1948||101,506|
|Trinity House Calendars||1787–1854||6,508|
|Vicar-General Marriage Licence Allegations||1694–1850||356,834|
Find My Past has been working in partnership with the Society of Genealogists for a number of years to make the Society’s collection available to a wider, international audience. Earlier projects were Civil Service Evidence of Age and Great Western Railway Shareholder records and there’s more to come – the Society of Genealogists and Find My Past will be publishing the Bank of England wills extracts online very soon.
Anyone with a full subscription will be able to access all the records within their existing package. Otherwise they can be viewed with pay-per-view credits. Members of the Society of Genealogists will be able to view the records free of charge via their existing membership login to the Society of Genealogist’s own website.