USE­FUL SOURCES

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AR­CHIVES The Na­tional Ar­chives Ruskin Av­enue, Kew TW9 4DU

na­tion­alarchives.gov.uk The big­gest col­lec­tion of crim­i­nal records. Lon­don Metropoli­tan Ar­chives 40 Northamp­ton Road, Clerken­well, Lon­don EC1R 0HB

www.lma.gov.uk Use­ful for Lon­don and Mid­dle­sex quar­ter ses­sions, as well as Old Bai­ley records be­fore 1834. The So­ci­ety of Ge­neal­o­gists 14 Char­ter­house Build­ings, Goswell Road, Lon­don EC1M 7BA

sog.org.uk Re­gional records and more un­usual crime ma­te­rial. The Na­tional Ar­chives of Scot­land 2 Princes Street, Ed­in­burgh EH1 3YY

www. nas.gov.uk The main repos­i­tory for Scot­tish court records. WEB­SITES Court of Great Ses­sions in Wales

llgc.org.uk/sesi­wn_ fawr/ in­dex_ s.htm A data­base of Welsh gaol records from 1730 to 1830. Old Bai­ley On­line

www.old­bai­ley­on­line.org Search this court’s pro­ceed­ings for free from 1674-1913. BOOKS Trac­ing Your Crim­i­nal An­ces­tors: A Guide for Fam­ily His­to­ri­ans by Stephen Wade ( Pen & Sword, 2009) Crim­i­nal An­ces­tors by David T Hawk­ings ( The His­tory Press, 2009)

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