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POLICE-UK Mailing List
For anyone with a genealogical interest in former police officers of the United Kingdom, the formation and history of all United Kingdom police forces, and general discussion of related matters. Archives: browse or search.
Portland Convict Prison, 1891 Index of Prisoners, Surnames A - K
Portland Convict Prison, 1891 Index of Prisoners, Surnames L - Z
Portland Convict Prison, 1901 Index of Prisoners, Surnames A - K
Portland Convict Prison, 1901 Index of Prisoners, Surnames L - Z
Prisons in Herefordshire
PRISONS-UK Mailing List
For anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in British prisons and prisoners. Archives: browse or search.
Rossbret UK Institutions
Information on asylums, almshouses, prisons, hospitals, orphanages, workhouses & the Poor Law.
Scottish Borders Prison Search - Graham Maxwell Ancestry - Free Prison Search
Free prison index for the Scottish Borders, covering Selkirkshire, Peeblesshire, Roxburghshire and Berwickshire.
Scottish Criminal Justice
From Ayrshire Roots.
Sources for Convicts and Prisoners 1100-1986
Research Guide from the National Archives, United Kingdom.
The Black Sheep & Police Index
The Black Sheep, the Police, & World War II Indexes.
The Metropolitan Police Service Historical Archives
The National Archives | The Catalogue | Full Details | PCOM
Records created or inherited by the Prison Commission and Home Office Prison Department, 1770-1978.
The Royal Irish Constabulary; A Short History and Genealogical Guide with a Select List of Medal Awards and Casualities
A book by Jim Herlihy.
The Ruhleben Story
Genealogical resource aid and project to try and identify the 4,000 British civilian prisoners interned at Ruhleben concentration camp near Berlin in World War One.
The Thin Blue Line
History of the men from the six constituent Sussex Police Forces who fought in the Great War. Includes biographies of some of the men.
Tracing 19th Century Criminals in the National Archives
Using Criminal Records (Pocket Guides to Family History)
A book by the Keeper of Public Records.
Victorian Prisoners in Buckinghamshire
England. Online searchable database of details of prisoners entering the County Gaol in Aylesbury in the 1870s. From the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies.
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