||Who is in the records
|The Prerogative Court of Canterbury (PCC), 1384-1858
||Until 1858, all wills had to be proved by the church and other courts. Most of the individuals in these records were relatively wealthy.
|British Armed Forces and Overseas Births and Baptisms, COUNTRY at FindMyPast - index and images ($)
||Births and baptisms
||Children born to those working within the armed forces, merchant navy, and consular forces, as well as, civilian ship passengers.
|British Armed Forces and Overseas Banns and Marriages, COUNTRY at FindMyPast - index and images ($)
||Banns and marriages
||British armed forces members and civilians who were married abroad and at sea
|British Armed Forces and Overseas Deaths and Burials, COUNTRY at FindMyPast - index and images ($)
||Deaths and burials
||Members of the British armed forces who died while serving their country overseas, British civilians who died while traveling or working overseas, and individuals (including seaman) who died at sea.
|British Civil Service Evidence Of Age at FindMyPast - index ($)
||Civil Service applications and paperwork
||Individuals who worked for, or applied to join, the British Civil Service.
|Colony and protectorate births and deaths, 1845-1953
||Births and deaths
||Microfilm of original records or copies at the Oral History and Antiquities Division in Banjul, The Gambia. The colony and protectorate records include Bathurst, Ceded Mile or Barra district, Kombo, McCarthy areas. The births include stillbirths. Some years are missing.