John C Algar
invites you to look at the following
Links to other websites
which  -  hopefully  -  you will find useful

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The purpose of  this page, is to provide you with
sources - other than those appearing elsewhere on this
site - which may lead you to trace either Powditch
individuals, or other branches of your family .

Against each site, a brief explanation is provided of  
what the Site can provide for you.  Individual searches
within each site, however, must be down to your own
search methods, as we each look at pages and other
items in different ways.

World  The 1901 Census (for the whole of England and Wales, taken on 5th April 1891) is now  available, as a chargeable service, via the web, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   For further information, click on  the above link and follow the guidelines provided.

Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site Home Page  Family History Starter Kit.   Create your family tree and learn more about your ancestors with the new Family History Starter Kit. Easily find, record and share your family's unique heritage.

FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service  Learn how to start your family history; Search for your ancestors in our vast record collections;  Get step-by-step research guidance on searching for your ancestors;  View maps, forms, guides, and other research helps;  Find other Web sites containing family history information.  In just 3 easy steps we'll help you start your family tree, search for ancestors and share your discoveries with family and friends. So relax and let us help you get started on this rewarding journey.

National Burial Index (and other Indexes etc) on CD-ROM  TWR COMPUTING (Computers and Programs for Family Historians, Home and Business)

FreeBMD Home Page   FreeBMD stands for Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths. The FreeBMD Project's objective is to provide free Internet access to the Civil Registration index information for England and Wales. The Civil Registration system for recording births, marriages, and deaths in England and Wales has been in place since 1837 and is one of the most significant single resources for genealogical research back to Victorian times. The FreeBMD project only contains index information for the period 1837-1902

Lighthouse Personnel in England, Wales & the Channel Islands This site indexes Trinity House Lighthouse Keepers and other personnel, providing details of names, dates and places of births, Positions held within the Lighthouse Service, together with dates and places, and also provides other family information, including marital and children status, references to Census returns and other information.  Well worth a look (and, oh yes, Wells Kendle Powditch is mentioned there as well).

More sites will be listed here soon