In the meantime, here are the Bairstow/Barstow/Bastow IGI indices for England (zip file, May 2002 800kb).
And here are GRO Barstow Births,
and Deaths for England
and Wales 1837-1980 (Incomplete).
CheshireBMD - Cheshire Birth, Marriage and Death record indices - covering Tameside.
FreeBMD - England and Wales GRO records on the internet 1837 - 1983 indices images and transcriptions.
GRO Scotland - Scottish GRO record indexes on the internet. 20p per index search page, £1 per image record page.
IGI from the Mormons - Don't be shy, they won't try to sign you up!
GENUKI - genealogy, UK, England, Ireland,
1881 Census for Great Britain online.
1901 Census for England and Wales (PRO) plus a very useful PageID converter web page or 1901 Census Extractor / GuessTimator v4.0.2 for folio Interpretation (Leeds Indexers) or the 1901 England & Wales Census Decoder
are recognised pioneers in e-government. For example, take a look at the cemeteries online grave search.
An Audenshaw Cemetery plan is (Cemetery Road, M34 5AH ) available from me here, and Google maps aerial view for comparison
or the online photo repository at the local studies library.
Here is a list, with smtp addresses of good and not so good Superintendent Registrars and General Registrars in England and other parts of the world.
And for those interested in the contemporary registration system, Handbook for Registration Officers Births and Deaths for England and Wales (PDF, scanned) plus other SR operational information
Audenshaw Local History Society, or try an have a glance at my Audenshaw images For all those who remember the 70's phase III improvement scheme (Slum clearance) and earlier - all that's missing is the smell of brick dust!
Or follow this link if you want to know about Hooley Hill railway station.
Daves guide on how to trace living people for Family history (also applicable for identity theft) in England.
The family ledged of Unlce Alf Eastwood uncovered.
Or look at the Barstow Siamese twin mystery web page.
For those not employed locally in Hatting or Cotton spinning/weaving, then the railway engineering companies of Beyer Peacock or next door at Gorton Tank proved poplar employers in Manchester.
If thats too taxing, take a quick look to see if you can see one of your relatives outside the Railway Inn (The Boundary), Guide Bridge 100 years ago or identify the mystery girl here.
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