Wills, Muster Lists and Parish Register together with more general information including coinage, wages, prices and artillery.
Historical incident, personalities and associations of the river Thames related to specified points along its course and on its banks
Discover the fads, foibles, history and eccentricities of England and the English.
A brief history of the periods of transition in England, including the Norman Conquest, the Plague, and the Reformation.
Account by Fred Gibbs, a Birmingham man who worked on the railway between the years 1918 and 1967.
A schools history department Website with information on Tudor England, and working conditions during the Industrial Revolution.
Coalmining history research service providing books, photographs, illustrations, films, mining and geological maps and plans. Family history resource.
Songs, poems, stories, memoirs, letters, satires, sermons, and other writings from the times are used to tell about the English highwayman from the 14th through the 19th centuries.
Links and information about English history, particularly Anglo-Saxon and Viking periods, Glastonbury, Wessex and the Magna Carta.
Translation from the Latin of the original version of the Magna Carta of Great Britain, signed by King John at Runnymede in 1215. With links to glossary and Latin original text.