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Catalogue of Fiche, Film & CDs
Note that the spelling of place names may have changed over the years so remember to check all variations.
 Updates highlighted in Red
This catalogue is divided into the following categories.
Choose any link below to go to your area of interest.


1841 Census on Film

1841 Census Indexes

1841 Census Transcript

1851 Census

1851 Census Indexes

1861 Census

1861 Census on CD

1861 Census Index

1871 Census

1871 Census Index

1881 Census Transcripts

1891 Census

1891 Census Index

1901 Census

Army & War  Records

Burial Indexes

Catholic Records

Criminal Registers


Marriage Indexes

Members' Interests

Militia Records

Miscellaneous Records

Monumental Inscriptions   

Newspapers & Magazines    

Nonconformist Registers    

Nonconformist Register Transcripts    New 6/13 

Parish Registers     

Parish Register Transcripts

Poor Law

Quaker or Society of Friends Registers

Quarter Sessions Transcripts & Indexes

School Records



Durham Parishes in the 1841 Census held in the AIGS Library on microfilm
Note that these items are microfilm of the original Census records and are filed in the Film cabinets under their Piece Numbers.
The designation of HO107 stands for Home Office, the number after the slash is the Piece Number.
Auckland St Andrew (HO107/303)
Auckland St Andrew (HO107/307)
Aycliffe (HO107/303)
Barnard Castle (HO107/305)
Billingham (HO107/315)
Bishop Auckland (HO107/307)
Bishop Middleham (HO107/315)
Bishopton (HO107/317)
Brancepeth (HO107/308)
Castle Eden (HO107/313)
Chester-le-Street (HO107/300)
Cockfield (HO107/305)
Coniscliffe (HO107/303)
Craike (HO107/317)
Darlington (HO107/303)
Darlington Workhouse (HO107/303)
Dinsdale (HO107/317)
Durham St Giles (HO107/320)
Durham St Mary-le-Bow (HO107/320)
Durham St Nicholas (HO107/320)
Durham St Oswald (HO107/320)
Durham St Oswald (HO107/300)
Durham University (HO107/320)
Easington (HO107/313)
Ebchester (HO107/301)
Edmundbyers (HO107/301)
Egglescliffe (HO107/317)
Egglestone (HO107/306)
Elton (HO107/317)
Elwick Hall (HO107/315)
Escomb (HO107/308)
Esh (HO107/301)
Forest (HO107/306)
Frith (HO107/306)
Gainford (HO107/304)
Gainford (HO107/305)
Gainford (HO107/305)
Greatham (HO107/315)
Great Stainton (HO107/314)
Grindon (HO107/315)
Hamsterley (HO107/307)
Hart (HO107/313)
Hart (HO107/315)
Hartlepool (HO107/315)
Haughton-le-Skerne (HO107/304)
Haughton-le-Skerne (HO107/317)
Heighington (HO107/304)
Hunstanworth (HO107/301)
Hurworth (HO107/317)
Kelloe (HO107/313)
Kimblesworth (ep) (HO107/301)
Lamesley (HO107/300)
Lanchester (HO107/301)
Lanchester (HO107/308)
Little Stainton (HO107/317)
Long Newton (HO107/317)
Medomsley (HO107/301)
Merrington (HO107/304)
Middleto- in-Teesdale (HO107/306)
Middleton St George (HO107/317)
Monk Hesledon (HO107/314)
Muggleswick (HO107/302)
Newsham (HO107/317)
Norton (HO107/317)
Pittington (HO107/314)
Redmarshall (HO107/317)
Ryton (HO107/302)
Saint Oswald (HO107/304)
Sainton (HO107/316)
Satley (HO107/301)
Sedgefield (HO107/316)
Sherburn Hospital (ep) (HO107/314)
Sockburn (HO107/317)
St Oswald (HO107/314)
Staindrop (HO107/305)
Staindrop (HO107/306)
Stanhope (HO107/308)
Stillington (HO107/317)
Stockton (HO107/317)
Stockton upon Tees (HO107/317)
Stranton  (HO107/315)
Tanfield (HO107/300)
Trimdon (HO107/314)
Whickam (HO107/302)
Whitwell House (ep) (HO107/314)
Whitworth (HO107/304)
Winlaton (HO107/302)
Winston (HO107/306)
Witton Gilbert (HO107/302)
Witton-le-Wear (HO107/308)
Wolsingham (HO107/308)
The designation of HO107 stands for Home Office, the number after the slash is the Piece Number.
Bournmoor   HO107/321 (part)
1 fiche

The designation of HO107 stands for Home Office, the number after the slash is the Piece Number .

HO107/296   South Shields
4 fiche

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