to the Cambridgeshire EnglandGenWeb
Project. This website is part of the BritishIslesGenWeb
Project and is provided as a resource for individuals researching
their English ancestors who originated in this county. Questions
or Comments about the Cambridgeshire website should be directed
to Martin Edwards.
about people, places, events, topics, etc., relevant to Cambridgeshire
Genealogy and History can be found on these pages simply
and easily alernatively use the site map.
Links. These pages contain a wealth of information pertinent
to all facets of English research in this county.
addition there were several thousand emigrants from Cambridgeshire
and a page of links to sites which may help with Cambridgeshire
Emigrants has also been provided.
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queries have been generated about professional help. Within the
Cambridgeshire area there are various researchers
who can help.
in the Fens
A collection of newspaper cuttings
collected by Constance Louisa Porter, a spinster, who lived
at Highfield House in Hillrow who was the daughter of Roberts Knights
Porter and Emily Usan Cockle. She died in 1938. which have been
reproduced here page by page.
years are not sequential, if they appear at all. If you have relatives
mentioned you may need to calculate the year.
*** ROLLS OF HONOUR ***
you a roll
or memorial to add.
you are a new researcher to Cambridgeshire, please take
a few minutes and visit the Genuki-Cambridgeshire
pages. These pages contain a wealth of information pertinent
to all facets of English research in this county to be
found on the Internet.
you have a genealogical event related to Cambridgeshire that you
wish to announce or you want to know about genealogical events pertinent
to Cambridgeshire then consult the Cambridgeshire