Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

9/9/2004

John Stoner’s WWW Sources for Welsh History

This is a sampler of World Wide Web resources for the study of Welsh history. It is a “sampler” because no claim to comprehensiveness is being made here. This page is part of the larger Web site devoted to Web resources for the study of the history of the Celtic fringe–Ireland, Scotland, and Wales–as an integral part of British history. This page contains annotated links to relevant Web resources organized into six major categories (see the Table of Contents).

A good brief overview of Wales is provided by City.net’s Wales Page. City.Net, a service of Excite, provides information on travel, entertainment, local business, government and community services for cities and countries world-wide. The service’s Wales page provides a good brief overview of current information sources on the Web related to Wales. As the Wales page is considered a “sub-Page” of City.net’s United Kingdom page, see especially the United Kingdom entry from the CIA’s 1995 World Factbook for more information on Wales.

Table of Contents
General Sites (Meta-Sites)
Historical Case Studies and Specialized Sites
Genealogical Resources
Primary Sources (Archives and Online Documents)
Bibliographic Information
Online Catalogs and Databases

For access to the site go to the link on the rhs

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