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Warwickshire - Main Page

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... includes Birmingham and West Midlands

This is the umbrella project for Warwickshire, England. For the history of the county go to Historic Warwickshire

For Information about research in the County, including lists of people of renown connected to Warwickshire and Families Researched on Geni go to People with Warwickshire connections

Warwickshire - Monumental Inscriptions and Graveyards

Information regarding processed cemeteries

The following people on Geni offer assistance -

If you have Warwickshire connections please join the project and if you live in Warwickshire and are prepared to offer advice or help of any kind please add yourself to the list above.

To participate in any project

- you do need to first be a collaborator - so join the project. See the discussion Project Help: How to add Text to a Project - Starter Kit to get you going!

How to Participate •If you have any queries please start a discussion linked to this project. (See the menu top right).

•Please add related projects to the menu on the right.

•If you have links to related web pages that would be of interest to others please add them in the relevant section at the bottom of the page. In order to do this use the drop down menu at the top left of the screen and Join the Project. If this option is not available to you then contact a collaborator and ask to be added to the project. As a collaborator you will be able to edit this page.

•Add any documents of interest using the menu at the top right of the page, and then add a link to the document in the text under the heading below. If you do not know how to do this please contact one of the other collaborators to assist you. Please do not add the profiles off all your Warwickshire born ancestors to this project or the People with Warwickshire Connections. Rather add the earliest know person of a Wawickshire family to the People with Warwickshire Connections project.