Links  
 Some other Sites of Interest  
   
http://www.genfair.co.uk Online bookshop, where you can pay for our European and Overseas membership subscriptions and publications by credit card.
   
http://www.findmypast.co.uk Offers "pay per view" services including MGS material.
   
http://www.llgc.org.uk/catalogue The National Library of Wales catalogue.  Its collection of printed books and manuscripts is the most important in Wales.  Numerous items of family history interest (deeds, rentals, etc).
   
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue The National Archives, London.  Its catalogue of over 11 million items, now called Discovery, is searchable online.  Probably used most by family historians for 1st World War and other service records (see classes WO/97, WO/363 and WO/364), but an essential source for much else.
   
http://www.northwalesbmd.org.uk The North Wales BMD website containing indexes of births, marriages and deaths from 1837 to about 1950.  MGS is a participating society.  Montgomeryshire section now complete.  Searchable free online.
   
http://explore.bl.uk The British Library printed books catalogue.  A huge online catalogue.  The BL is important for early Welsh books, journals and manuscripts, for which it was the principal repository prior to the establishment of the National Library of Wales in 1907.
   
http://searcharchives.bl.uk The British Library manuscripts catalogue.
   
http://unicat.bangor.ac.uk Bangor University Library.  Often overlooked, but important for Welsh material.
   
http://www.cwgc.org The Commonwealth War Graves commission.  Its huge database of war graves, including those of Welsh service personnel, is searchable online.
   
http://www.powyslandclub.co.uk The Powysland Club, Montgomeryshire's county historical society (in fact its coverage is much wider) and the oldest such society in Wales.  Responsible in particular for its journal since 1867 the Montgomeryshire Collections, "for the collecting and printing, for the use of its members, of the historical, ecclesiastical, genealogical, topographical, and literary remains of Montgomeryshire".
   
http://www.montsoc.org.uk Site dedicated to the Montgomeryshire Society, founded in 1927 as a social and cultural society for Montgomeryshire people. Main focus is on Montgomeryshire "expats" in London.
   
http://archives.powys.gov.uk The Powys County Record Office.
   
https://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en/resident/libraries-and-archives/denbighshire-archives/denbighshire-archives.aspx The Denbighshire County Record Office.
   
http://www.fhswales.org.uk The Association of Family History Societies of Wales
   
http://www.churchinwales.org.uk The Church in Wales website.  Provides details of all current churches in the archbishopric.
   
http://www.rcahmw.gov.uk The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, which has a national role in the management of the archaeological, built and maritime heritage of Wales.