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A collection of 90,000 records containing Criminal Registers, Prisoners Pardoned, Criminal Lunatics and criminal charges for England and Wales has been made available online.

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Over 2.5 million English and Welsh criminal records have been made available online.

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Records of nearly 9,000 convicts held on prison hulks have now been made available online.

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A second tranche of records from the Irish Petty Sessions order books has just been made available.

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Militia, court, burial and other records for Warwickshire have been made available online.

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Irish prison registers from 1790-1920 have just been made available online.

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‘The Manchester Collection’, including parish, school, prison and workhouse records, is a series of records provided by Manchester City Council’s Libraries, Information and Archives.

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The UK National Archives’ crime, courts and convicts collection is to be transcribed, digitised and published online by brightsolid, following an open tender process.

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In a two-year project, around eight million Manchester records are to be digitised and made available online for the first time.

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Prison hulk registers and letter books (1802-1849) and parole licences for female convicts (1853-1871 and 1883-1887) have recently been made available online by Ancestry.co.uk. All the records are from The National Archives of the UK.

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