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Links to Local Historical Societies

On this page are the links to the various county societies that have an interest in Berkshire's history.

 

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Berkshire Archaeological SocietyFor those interested in the archaeology and architecture of Berkshire, as well as its wider history

Berkshire Family History SocietyFor those interested in family history, or with ancestors in Berkshire

Berkshire Local History AssociationAn umbrella group for both individuals, and societies with an interest in local history

Berkshire Record SocietyPublishers of scholarly editions of important documents about Berkshire's history

Buckinghamshire Family History SocietyFor family historians with interests in those parts of Buckinghamshire now in Berkshire

Oxfordshire Family History SocietyFor family historians with an interest in North Berkshire

Oxfordshire Local History AssociationAn umbrella group with interest in places in North Berkshire

 

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