Oxfordshire Record Society

Links to relevant websites

The following list provides links to websites relevant to the history and archaeology not only of Oxford and Oxfordshire, but of many counties. The organisations listed do not necessarily have any formal association with the Society, but all promote and support research and understanding of this country's rich archival and material heritage.

Record Societies

Local & Family History Sites

Libraries & Archives

History & Archaeology Sites

General History Sites

  • Coombe Mill Society ~ the old working industrial museum for Blenheim Palace.
  • Headington History ~ Stephanie Jenkins' wonderfully documented site on Headington.
  • Cote Chapel - Historic Chapels Trust ~ Cote Chapel was acquired in 1703-4 by a group of worshippers which previously met at Longworth.
  • Cote Chapel ~ first 'meeting house' at Longworth/Cote is recorded in 1604.
  • GenUKI ~ a "virtual reference library" of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK & Ireland.
  • GenUKI - Oxfordshire ~ Oxfordshire - a county of England, 47 miles in length, and 29 in breadth.
  • GenUKI - Berkshire ~ Berkshire, an inland county of England, on the south bank of the River Thames.
  • Images of England ~ Images of England is a 'point in time' photographic library of England's listed buildings, recorded at the turn of the 21st century.
  • Oxford College Archives ~ records of the University and its colleges, business records, and personal correspondence.


  • Boydell & Brewer ~ publish and distribute for the Victoria County History and the Royal Historical Society, as well as several other learned societies.