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Making Printouts

Many of the most popular archives have been microfilmed and printouts on paper can be supplied. Printouts reproduce the original document like a photocopy. These include many documents which cannot be photocopied. You will need to know our document reference before ordering printouts.

Please check with us if you need help with your order.

Printouts can be made from:

most parish registers of baptisms, marriages and burials, from 1538
census returns, 1841-1901
wills, 1508-1857
tithe awards, 1830s-1840s
IGI and GRO indexes
any other records on film or fiche

Price:

There is a self-service printer in the search room.
50p per printout (A4 or A3)

If processed by staff (ordered in the search room):
£1 per printout (A4 or A3)
Orders can be collected on a future visit or posted out to you (p & p extra)

Film or fiche printouts ordered by mail or telephone:
£3 for the first sheet (A4 or A3) and £1 for subsequent sheets (inland p & p included, airmail extra)

Large orders and those that require a search to find entries may also incur a search fee of £14.00 per half hour.

We aim to complete printout orders within 10 working days.

 

Downloads

Printout order form (112KB)

Tools

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