These family history resources and links to records available online will help you to find your Huntingdonshire ancestors.
BMDs & Parish Records
- Huntingdonshire Parish Registers 1538-1983
Includes christening, marriage and burial records.
- Huntingdonshire Burials 1538-1900
Search over 228,000 records.
- Find a Grave
Has records from 87 Huntingdonshire district locations.
- National Burial Index
Search over 260,000 burial records from Huntingdonshire.
- Upwood Parish Registers 1700-1950
The website is now archived but the links to download the PDFs of the records still work.
- Eaton Socon Burials 1813-1840
- Huntingdonshire Marriage Index 1754-1837
- Bury 1561-1837
- Little Ravely 1577-1839
- Ramsey 1559-1837
- Wistow 1604-1837
- Census 1841-1921
Search the census for Huntingdonshire from 1841-1921, and the 1939 Register all at once.
Has a good selection of free records to search and view.
- Huntingdonshire Genealogy Forum
The forum can help you connect with others researching their family tree in the area.
With a description of each town/parish, its residents and businesses.
- Slater’s Directory of Huntingdonshire 1850
- Kelly’s Huntingdonshire Directory 1885
- St. Ives Historical Directories
Various years available only with people from St Ives listed.
- Huntingdonshire Place Names
Find out the origins and/or meaning of towns and villages.
- Lost Pubs in Huntingdonshire
Find out which pubs have closed down, when they closed, who ran the pubs, and sometimes a photo of the pub.
- School Admission Registers 1870-1914
Search more than 12,000 records of students in Huntingdonshire.
The original Huntingdonshire family society is now part of the Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire Family History Society. Membership gives access to their database with over 4 million records.
Wills & Probate
- Calendars of Huntingdonshire Wills 1479-1652
An alphabetical list of names in an online book.
- Government Probate Index 1858-2019
There are more than 20,600 probate records for Huntingdonshire in this collection.
There are records from 3 workhouses in Huntingdonshire available. You’ll be able to see staff from the 1881 census, long-term inmates from 1861 and inmates from 1881.