- English Heritage (2)
Explore English Heritage, the U.K. Government's statutory adviser involved in the conservation and enhancement of historical environment and to ensure its past is understood. Sites feature research and conservation, learning and resources, and historic properties under the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England.
- Proceedings of the Old Bailey, The
Contains accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court from 1674 to 1834.
- Labyrinth, The
Collection of electronic resources on medieval studies. Hosted by Georgetown University.
- Arvon Foundation, The
Runs five-day residential creative writing courses. Locations include Devon, West Yorkshire, and Inverness-shire.
- Magna Carta (4)
Explore the sites about Magna Carta, the English charter which became the predecessor of the present day constitutional law. Sites feature manuscript, history, original text, translations, and glossary of the document which promoted the rights and freedoms of subjects and rendered the kings answerable to law.
- Medieval English Genealogy
Resources and information on medieval ancestry, including the Alington, Argentein, and Skipwith families.
- Renaissance, The Elizabethan World
Resources for the study of Elizabethan England including the life, the heraldry, and the sumptuary laws of that period.
- Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England (RCHME)
And its public archive, the National Monuments Record (NMR).
- History Learning Site: Medieval England
Provides links divided into two categories, medieval topics and personalities and events relating to England during the Middle Ages.
- Shoreditch Town Hall Trust
Community orgnanisation that is regenerating the former town hall.
- Great Plague (1665) (4)
- Parish of Rowner in 1642
Research papers and articles on the parish of Rower on the west side of Portsmouth. Includes map, calendar, coinage, and artillery of the 17th century.
- Historical Wiltshire
In depth view of Wiltshire's fascinating history.
- Life in Elizabethan England: A Compendium of Common Knowledge
Information for writers, actors, and re-enactors, with sections on games, food, money, religion, language, weddings, occupations, fashion, names, holidays, and more.
- English Handwriting 1500-1700
Online course and resource for students and scholars of early modern English letters and history with transcription conventions, tips on dating, images, and more.
- Jane Austen's House
Museum containing her memorabilia and artifacts in the house where she wrote and revised her famous novels.
- Eighteenth Century England
Contains multimedia research projects on various aspects of 18th century cultural history. Created by literature students at the University of Michigan.
- Wheatley, Steve
Family tree from about 1688 to present day, mainly in Sussex, England.
- Masters Family
Genealogy of the Masters family of Charlecote, Budbrooke and Warwick, England.