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Northumberland
Catalogue of Fiche, Film and CDs
Note that the spelling of place names may have changed over the years so remember to check all variations.
 Updates highlighted in Red
This catalogue is divided into the following categories.
Choose any link below to go to your area of interest.


1841 Census on Film

1841 Census Index & Transcript

1851 Census

1851 Census Indexes

1861 Census

1861 Census on CD

1861 Census Index

1871 Census

1871 Census Index 

1881 Census Transcripts

1891 Census

1891 Census Index & Transcript

1901 Census

Army & War Records     

Bishops Transcripts Transcript

Baptism  Index

Burial Indexes  

Catholic  Register  Transcripts   
 

Criminal Registers

Deaths


Directories
Inquests

Manor Records

Marriage Indexes

Members' Interests

Militia Records

Miscellaneous Records    

Monumental Inscriptions   

Newspapers & Magazines    

Nonconformist Registers

Nonconformist Register Transcripts    New  6/13

Northumberland CRO Indexes

Parish Registers  

Parish Register Transcripts

Poll Books    

Poor Law

Quaker or Society of Friends Registers

Quarter Sessions Transcriptions & Indexes 

School Records    

Shipping Records

Voter's Rolls

Wills

1841 CENSUS
Northumberland Parishes in the 1841 Census held in the AIGS Library on microfilm
Note that these items are microfilm of the original Census records and are filed in the Film cabinets under their Piece Numbers.
The designation of HO107 stands for Home Office, the number after the slash is the Piece Number.

Allendale. (HO107/837)
Allenton (HO107/828)
Alnham (HO107/828)
Alnwick (HO107/828)
Alwinton (HO107/828)
Ancroft (HO107/318)
Belford (HO107/318)
Bellingham (HO107/837)
Birtley (HO107/837)
Bolam (HO107/834)
Bolam (HO107/837)
Branxton (HO107/833)
Brinkburn (e.p.) (HO107/828)
Bywell St Andrew (HO107/837)
Bywell St Peter (HO107/837)
Carham (HO107/833)
Chatton (HO107/833)
Chillingham (HO107/833)
Chollerton (HO107/838)
Corbridge (HO107/838)
Corsenside (HO107/838)
Doddington (HO107/833)
Falstone (HO107/838)
Farne Islands (HO107/318)
Felton (HO107/834)
Fenham (HO107/318)
Ford (HO107/833)
Greystead (HO107/838)
Hartburn (HO107/834)
Hebburn (HO107/834)
Holy Island (HO107/318)
Kirknewton (HO107/833)
Kyloe (HO107/318)
Longhorsley (HO107/834)
Lowick (HO107/833)
Mitford (HO107/835)
Monkhouse (e.p.) (HO107/318)
Morpeth (HO107/835)
Newcastle All Saints HO107/845-6
Newcastle St John HO107/848
Newcastle St Nicholas HO107/848
Newcastle St Andrews HO107/847
Norham (HO107/319)
Tweedmouth (HO107/318)
Tynemouth (HO107/826)
Ulgham (HO107/835)
Wallsend (HO107/827)
Warkworth (HO107/836)
Whalton (HO107/827)
Whitley (HO107/826)
Woodhorn. (HO107/836)
Wooler (HO107/833)

1841 CENSUS  INDEXES
The designation of HO107 stands for Home Office, the number after the slash is the Piece Number.

Walker - HO107/822 [part]
1 fiche

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