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Welsh Record Offices and Archives on the Web

Arranged Alphabetically by County

Current as of July 16, 2005

Signing the Register by Edmund Blair Leighton
Signing the Register by Edmund Blair Leighton.


County Index:


General Information:

If you know of a county-level archive web page which is not listed here, please send its URL to markhow@oz.net. As archive websites like to move around on servers, please report any broken links to markhow@oz.net.

See also English Record Offices and Archives on the Web and Scottish Record Offices and Archives on the Web.

Visitors to Record Offices would do well to read the Federation of Family History Societies' online brochure You and Your Record Office.

For a general introduction to record offices and archives, visit the following links from the Historical Manuscripts Commission's Archives in Focus:

Many country record offices utilize the County Archive Research Network (CARN) to register their visitors. Registering with CARN allows the visitor simplified access to a multitude of record offices.

For more information on repositories in Wales, see ARCHON's Repositories in Wales and Archivesinfo - UK Archival Repositories on the Internet.

For information on libraries with genealogical materials in Wales, see Familia's Library Index for Wales.


Useful books on Record Offices:

Basic Facts About Using Record Offices
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom.

Welsh Family History
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.

New to Kew?
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.

Never Been Here Before?
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.

The Family Records Centre
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.

Record Offices - How to Find Them
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.

Tracing Your Ancestors in the Public Record Office
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.

Using Record Offices
from Amazon.co.uk in the United Kingdom or from Amazon.com in the United States.


The National Library of Wales


The National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office)


Anglesey


Brecon


Caernarvon


Cardigan


Carmarthenshire


Denbighshire


Flintshire


Glamorgan


Merioneth


Monmouth


Montgomery


Pembrokeshire


Radnor


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Updated October 19, 2005
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