Sussex Genealogical Resources
Image Right - The Keep East Sussex Record Office, Brighton
The purpose of this project is to outline the regional resources available for research in Sussex, both geographical/physical and online.
Please add links to any resources you find in the appropriate sections below.
Resource Centres - Repositories
- The Keep is a world-class centre for archives that opens up access to all the collections of the East Sussex Record Office (ESRO), the Royal Pavilion & Museums Local History Collections and the internationally significant University of Sussex Special Collections.
- West Sussex Record Office details - Web Page
Local Family and Local History Societies
- Eastbourne Family History Society Family Roots
- Hastings and Rother Family History Society
- Sussex Family History Group
- Sussex Record Society
- The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex This site catalogues the people, places, maps, drawings, engravings, books, writings and numerous lists and directories that are over 70 years old into an integrated database of information about The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. In addition, the site and its many contributors have derived extensive familial relationships and pedigrees which can be of great use for genealogical study and research. Where appropriate, the viewer should verify the information presented by consulting the original sources that are noted at every point on this site.
- Online Parish Clerks - Sussex
History of Sussex Communities
- The visitations of the county of Sussex made and taken in the years 1530
- The visitations of the county of Sussex made and taken in the years 1530, Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms; and 1633-4 by John Philipot, Somerset herald, and George Owen, York herald, for Sir John Burroughs, Garter, and Sir Richard St. George, Clarenceux
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