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LINKS - Places
« on: Sunday 10 May 09 13:47 BST (UK) »
Some links for web-sites about Places .

These LINKS-Topics have been been compiled from the links submitted by RootsChatters.
Many thanks to everyone who has contributed.  :)
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PARLOC (UK Parish Locator)
http://parloc.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/parishlocator.html

Using Parloc you can locate over 15,000 UK parishes listed from mid 1500s-1837 and do
various things with it, example list parishes within a given radius of any other parish,
give distances between parishes. 
Its freeware and available for Windows 95/98, ME, NT, Windows 2000, XP also for Mac and non Windows pcs.


Researching Historic Buildings in the British Isles
www.buildinghistory.org

How to become a building detective and find out more about your home.


Place name Finder

http://www.digital-documents.co.uk/archi/placename.htm


http://www.scran.ac.uk
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Scran is a charity & online learning resource base with over 360,000 images & media from museums, galleries, archives and the media. It peak serves 1.1 million hits per day.

Free users: Search all but see thumbnail images only. Subscribe for full access.

Full users: Large rights cleared resources, full captions, learning packs; create, save, share; & Scribble social networking. Requires subscription: educational rate
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Hi folks, I dont know if anyone has put this one in before but here goes: www.scran.ac.uk is a great site for photos,type in the search box at the top i.e people of dumfries or buildings etc

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