The following is a list of useful sites that contain genealogical data.  Note that some of them may require a payment before you can fully use them.

1901 Census - the census online
A Guide to Genealogy in the USA for the Entire Family
Ancestry.co.uk - search for records of births deaths and marriages
British Library OIOC - the Oriental and India Office Collections, useful for those with origins in, or other connections with, the sub-continent
Commonwealth War Graves Commission - details of those who died in two world wars
Cyndi's List of Genealogy sites - a portal site, with innumerable genealogical links
Dudley Archives and Local History Service
Family, Local, American, and World History Collection  - An extremely useful resource
Family Search - The Mormon Church family database
Federation of Family History Societies - lists member societies
FreeBMD - free access to the Civil Registration Index
Free Genealogy Resources - Useful tools for the genealogist.
Free UK Genealogy - free access to records
FreeREG - free access to parochial records
FreeCEN - free access to census records
Genuki - lots of general information
Genuki - Staffordshire
Getting Started With Genealogy On The Web - Useful resource, relating to American genealogy
Harbach Genealogy - includes Willenhall indexes and War Memorial
Public Record Office
RootsWeb -
share and search world wide genealogical  data bases
Search ships passenger lists for ancestors - A very useful resource, spotted by a student at Brighter Futures Charter School.
Society of Genealogists
- details of the Society and how to contact professional genealogists
The National Archives -
a PRO site which can search the catalogues of most record offices in England.  A search for a name may well produce results from unexpected places and sources.
The Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy
The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Genealogy
Walsall Local History Centre
Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies

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