1837 online ~ Trace your family tree by searching our entire copy of Birth, Marriage and Deaths indexes for England and Wales from 1837 to 2002, as well as British nationals overseas from 1761 to 1994. Use the indexes to order the Birth, Marriage and Death certificates you need to piece together your family tree. This is a chargeable website.
Berkhamsted Castle - a dedicated site about the Castle, set up by the Berkhamsted Local History Society.
Boxmoor Trust - The Trust is a registered charity which was founded in 1594 to administer the land and properties of the Boxmoor Estate for the benefit of the inhabitants of Hemel Hempstead and Bovingdon. The Trust offers a wide variety of information and education services whilst providing a range of events and activities for the whole community.
Dacorum Heritage Trust:~ This is the NEW site for DHT and the Museum Store at Berkhamsted - visit regulalry to help keep their visitor numbers up. Now includes some interesting articles on local history including the excavations at Gadebridge Park.
Dacorum Borough Council:~ DBC has an excellent section on individual towns and villages within the Borough, each with its own mini history. Click on ABOUT DACORUM
FreeBMD is an ongoing project, the aim of which is to transcribe the Civil Registration index of births, marriages and deaths for England and Wales, and to provide free Internet access to the transcribed records.
Hemel Hempstead Local History & Museum Society - The NEW official website of this important local history society. It is much larger, more comprehensive and very much more user-friendly with plenty of information about the Society, its meetings, library, competitions and projects.
Hertfordshire Genealogy: ~ site run by Chris Reynolds of Tring is excellent for some local history as well as family history and is interactive. This should be one of the first ports of call for Family Historians in Hertfordshire.
Tony Woodhouse's website. ~ Now living in Birmingham, Tony grew up in Hemel and his excellent website contains many references to Hemel in the 1950s & 60's and is host to numerous photographs of the town at the time.
Below are a number of links to websites, mostly local and largely connected with the heritage of this part of Hertfordshire, which I think may be of interest to visitors to the Leverstock Green Chronicle Website. I have also now included links to more general sites which might be of help, in particular to the family historian.
Although I have looked at them all and satisfied myself they are likely to be of interest to many of you, I have no control over the contents of these particular websites.
If you know of any other websites which you think may be of interest, please let me know.
From Tony Woodhouse's website.
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