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Aston Abbotts; Vicars 1325-1823
Aylesbury Gaol in the 19th Century a database of prisoners from the 1800s
Ayelsbury; Parliamentary Representatives for Aylesbury 1554 to 1701 , 1702-1880
Bierton, Parish Church of St. James the Great; Vicars 1294-1834
Bledlow, Parish Church of Holy Trinity; Rectors & Vicars 1281-1808
Bletchley, Parish Church of St. Mary; Rectors 1196-1832
Buckinghamshire Message Board read and post messages with other genealogy researchers of this county
Buckinghamshire GenWeb a part of the British Isles GenWeb Project; created in an effort to help researchers find local resources and reference information.
Buckinghamshire Parish and Probate Records 145,000 records including baptisms/christenings, burials, marriages, tombstone inscriptions, obituaries, tax lists and wills.
Buckinghamshire Ownership of Land 1873 all landowners with over 1 acre of land
Calverton Records Project
Cyndi's List - Buckinghamshire largest private collection of genealogy links on the web
Directory of Medical Licences issued by the Archbishop of Canterbury 1535-1775 - Buckinghamshire
Genealogy of the UK - Buckinghamshire a guide to finding online genealogy resources, including archives, libraries, surname lists, parish registers, cemeteries, directories, war memorials, electoral rolls, censuses..
Genuki's pages for Buckinghamshireshire; Genuki is the largest collection of research information on the net for UK & Ireland

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Hanslope Village Database Search includes baptisms, burials
Index of the Poll for Knights of the Shire for the County of Bucks 1784
The Magistracy of Buckinghamshire in 1861 list of officials
Middle Name Index databases of Buckinghamshire middle names
The Monumental Brasses of Buckinghamshire has a name index
Names of Manors in the Domesday Survey (11thC) : A-C, D-H , I-P , Q-W
Old Buckingham Families links to their homepages.
Posse Comitatus of 1798 This was a list of men available for war and who were not Quakers, clergymen, or already serving in a military unit. This meant most males between the ages of 15 - 60 were listed. The list has survived for Bucks, and the entry for Wavendon, which at that time included Hogsty End
Rootschat - Buckinghamshire this message board site indexes lookup exchanges, links to online databases and individual genealogy sites for this particular county
Sherrington 1798 Posse Comitatus Posse Comitatus and Levee en Masse lists were comprehensive records of all able-bodied men not already serving in the forces and aged between 15 and 60
The Sheriffs of Buckinghamshire 1139 - 1739 Sheriffs are the oldest office under the Crown and pre-date the Norman Conquest. At that time his duties included: keeping the King's peace and the collection of the taxes and rents etc. due to the King, as well as commanding the local militia.
Tingewick Genealogy; The People Of Tingewick
Tingewick Names
Windsor & Eton Express Soldiers Index
Windsor & Eton Express Police Index
Windsor and Eton Express Master Index
Wing Buckinghamshire - One Place Study , marriages, directories;  lots of information for Wing Parish is here
Wing Directories
Winslow Workhouse includes 1881 census of staff and inmates

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