A master Surname Index of over 2.5 million names from many of our publications is used in the Resource Centre to identify where to find further information. Additionally, free downloadable name indexes to more of our publications are available on our website: click here .
Eunice Banks Library
Named in memory of Eunice Banks, who bequeathed a generous gift to the Society, it holds more than 4000 items of books and other ephemera, including family trees and family records, all indexed by name and place.
Searchable database for the whole of Wiltshire. For more information, go to the Monumental Inscriptions page.
Over 30,000 records of people who have moved away from Wiltshire or who have connections with the county. Available in the Members’ Area for logged-in members: see the Resources: Wiltshire Strays Collection page
Wiltshire records which were deposited in 1837 and a few others. By surname for the whole county and in parishes.
Quarter Sessions 1722-1849 (Goodies and Baddies) criminals and witnesses. Also available online: see the Our Records on Findmypast page for links. Summary convictions 1698-1903 (Minor crimes before justices).
Parish Register Transcripts
All our published transcripts for baptisms and burials, and the marriages from the Nimrod index. For availability see our Sales Leaflet. For more information go to our Parish Records page. Most are also available online: see the Our Records on Findmypast page for links.
Marriage Licence Bonds for Sarum Diocese
Covering much of Wiltshire, Berkshire and Dorset and the parish of Uffculme in Devon, and also brides and grooms from other counties being married by licence within the Diocese. Available on CD from us, see our Sales Leaflet, and also available online: see the Our Records on Findmypast page for links.
All surviving records for the county. Some information is also in the relevant Wiltshire Record Society Volumes held by the Society and on some web sites.
Wiltshire Friendly Society
Records of many thousands of Wiltshire Friendly Society members from the 19th Century. For more information and the transcription, logged-in members can see the Wiltshire Friendly Society page