Lincolnshire is a predominantly rural English county famous for its flavoursome sausages, the flat, low-lying Fenland landscape, and its historic seaside towns along the North Sea coastline.
The Isle of Wight is England’s biggest island and can be found in The Solent, a straight in the English Channel. It’s just off the coast of Hampshire in the region called South East England, but is a separate English county with its own local authority services.
Herefordshire is a beautiful English county sitting alongside the Welsh border. If you are researching the county for local history or family history purposes, you have a surprisingly wide array of resources to draw upon.
Just over two thousand people (known as ‘Scillonians’) live on the 5 inhabited islands that, along with rocky rocky islets, form the Isles of Scilly.
Greater Manchester is a metropolitan county in North West England, which is home to the City of Manchester, the City of Salford and a number of large and small towns.
Suffolk is in the region called East of England, which is below Northern England and above the South East region.
The City Of Chester The ancient walled city of Chester was founded by the Romans in AD79 – the same year Pompeii and Herculaneum disappeared under the eruption of Vesuvius.
Merseyside is a metropolitan county in the region called North West England. This page gives a brief introduction to the area before listing a wide range of local history and family history resources about the area.
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