webmaster - Friday, 04 September 2020 09:00

Today we have added a further 21,100+ C of E marriage index records, as listed below:    Parish   Date Range   Denom   Chilvers...

webmaster - Saturday, 01 August 2020 09:09

We have so far transcribed the names from 58 war memorials and plaques at different sites around the South Warwickshire area. From them we have carried out more detailed research on 895 of...

webmaster - Thursday, 23 July 2020 09:00

New index records added since 15th July 2020 We have added a further 71,600 records, as listed below, since the 15th July 2020 and invite you to search them for any relatives that may be contained...

webmaster - Wednesday, 24 June 2020 10:00

SWFHS has now published 1 million (1,017,000) index records. This week saw SWFHS records indexers publish their one-millionth free to search and free to use records for people researching their...

webmaster - Friday, 12 June 2020 09:44

Improvements to Non-Conform Master Index Search Function and New NC Records Added. Users of the master Non-Conformist records database can now drill down through the records to, hopefully, find the...

webmaster - Saturday, 06 June 2020 09:44

Major Improvements Made to Master Index Search Function. Users of the master C of E indices (Non-Conform coming this weekend) can now drill down through the records to, hopefully, find the...

webmaster - Tuesday, 26 May 2020 15:09

Towns and Villages Pages Added We have started a new series of pages called Towns & Villages of SWFHS which includes a brief history, links to relevant external information, a photograph...

webmaster - Friday, 22 May 2020 09:00

St. Thomas, Coventry… Doubting Thomas? After some hours of research into the different and confusing records held in the name of St. Thomas Church in the old Saxon village of Keresley, now part of...

Interactive Town and Village Location Map Tool Added

interactive map

We have added a new feature that will eventually allow you to locate each village and town in our area with links to content pages (see example below). Click the link here to view the map and then zoom in by clicking on the number on the UK and then by using the numbers or markers per the image above.

You will then see a page like this, we hope you find it useful:

map page example