|Statement||compiled by Percival Boyd ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21,  p. form.|
|Number of Pages||21|
[New ed.]. Description: London: Published for the Society of Genealogists [by] Phillimore, xii, 44 p. ; 21 cm. ISBN: Notes: First ed. published in under title: Particulars of the new marriage index of the Society of Genealogists; 2d rev. ed. published in as a suppl. to the 1st ed. under title: A key to Boyd's. The Society of Genealogists holds regular study days, lectures and evening classes along with workshops demonstrating computer programs and databases of use to family historians. A diary of events and booking forms are available from the Society on or on the website Boyd's Marriage Index; Boyd's Inhabitants of London; Boyd's London Burials; Bernau's Index (mainly Chancery Proceedings ) The Great Card Index; Surname Document Collection; Apprentices of Great Britain; One-name Studies; Many of these collections are now available on the subscription website findmypast. For full details, see: SoG Data On Line. The Society of Genealogists also got the business bug as we’ve just published the Business Index Collectionin association with the Findmypast. The Society of Genealogists Business Index Collection is also available to SoG members via MySoG on the Society’s website
Any new material for the Society's Document Collection such as birth, marriage and death certificates, copies of wills (especially un-probated ones), family trees etc are always welcome. Please give any items to the staff in the Middle Library or send it to the Society care of the Head of Library . David Wright has compiled an index to all the London Courts that proved wills (excluding the PCC) for the period And this London Wills Index can be searched on The first section of this index covering letters A-D is published on CDROm and a copy is held at the Society of Genealogists. The Society of Genealogists Library contains thousands of unique records that you will find nowhere else. Our records are being updated daily and include: . The purpose of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists is to assist members with their family history and genealogical research by: * actively providing opportunities for the development of genealogical skills and studies; * representing the interests of the members in the wider community; and, * promoting the preservation of information.
The Society of Genealogists’ online bookshop stocks useful titles and software and the learn pages of the Society’s website link to useful guides and education resources. Censuses. If you know an ancestor that was alive a hundred or more years ago, you can consult the official census returns for , , , , , and An index to 7 issues of the Police Gazette (dating between and ) has now been made available on the Members Area of the Society of Genealogists website. Prepared by Meryl Catty it lists brief details of the criminal together with the Issue/page number of the Gazette in which he/she appears. The New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc have purchased a license so that our members can enjoy the Boot Camps free of charge. A remote film reader is available for those who cannot visit the FRC. Any film we have in the library can be read on your computer at home. You can see your profile, member details or order history. NB If you are a Member do not use this section to create a website account, please use one of the two panels above to .