The History of England, from the accession of James the Second: Volume 1 - Volume 2 - Volume 3 - Volume 4 - Volume 5 : by Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1800-1859
Compendious history and genealogy of the sovereigns of England: From the reign of Egbert the Great to that of her present Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria. Free online edition of this book by Standish G. Wilson published in 1844.
Heraldic Visitations Online.
Monumenta Anglicana : being inscriptions on the monuments of several eminent persons deceased in or since the year 1650, to the end of the year 1679. Digitized edition of this book by John Le Neve published in 1718.
An original collection of extant epitaphs. Gathered by a commercial in spare moments. Digital edition of this book by Frederick Maiben published in London in 1870.
Antiente epitaphes (from A.D.1250 to A.D. 1800). Digitized edition of this book by Thomas FitzArthur Ravenshaw published in 1878.
The Annual Monitor for 1851 or, Obituary of the members of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland, for the year 1850: Download this ebook for free.
Dictionary of Ancient Occupations and Trades, Ranks, Offices, and Titles With emphasis on England and its 16th and 17th century colonies.
- North Mymms, Hertfordshire, England History : 20 complete books, the majority include original photographs and etchings, 40 historial features and memories and an interactive Forum where you can discuss issues related to the history of North Mymms.
London and Middlesex
- The Visitation of Norfolk in the Year 1563. Printed by Miller and Leavin : Volume 1 - Volume 2.
- A History of the County of Oxford: Volume IV. Extract from the Victoria County History's account of the City of Oxford, relating to the Civil War.
- A History of the County of Oxford: Volume XII. The Victoria County History's account of the Borough of New Woodstock.
- A History of the County of Oxford: Volume XIII - Bampton Hundred (Part One) - Covers the area of the sixteen ancient parishes of Bampton hundred, in the west of the county, bordering onto Gloucestershire to the west and Berkshire to the south.
- Thames Valley Papists : From Reformation to Emancipation 1534 - 1829 - This free online book tells the story of the Catholics of the Thames Valley from Henry VIII's break with Rome until Catholic Emancipation nearly three hundred years later. The area covered consists of pre-1974 Berkshire, southern Oxfordshire and part of south Buckinghamshire.
- The place-names of Oxfordshire, their origin and development. Free digitized edition of this book by Henry Alexander, published in 1912.
- Post Office Directory of Northamptonshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, and Oxfordshire - 1869. Digitized by Google.
- The Victoria history of the county of Rutland : Volume 1 of 2. Published in 1908. Volume 1 contains Natural History, Early Man, Romano-British Rutland, Anglo-Saxon Remains, Ancient Earthworks, Domesday, Ecclesiastical History, Religious Houses, Political History, Social and Economic History, Industries, Forestry, Schools, Sport.
- The Victoria history of the county of Rutland : Volume 2 of 2. Published in 1908. Volume 2 contains :
Oakham Soke: Oakham, Belton, Braunston, Brooke, Clipsham, Egleton, Langham, Wardley.
Martinsley Hundred: Ayston, Beaumont Chase, Edith Weston, Hambleton, Lyndon, Manton, Martinsthorpe, Normanton, Preston, Ridlington, Uppingham, Wing.
Alstoe Hundred: Ashwell, Burley, Cottesmore with Barrow, Exton, Greetham, Horn, Market Overton, Stretton, Teigh, Thistleton, Whissendine, Whitwell.
Wrandike Hundred: Barrowden, Bisbooke, Caldecott, Glaston, Liddington, North Luffenham, South Luffenham, Morcott, Pilton, Seaton with Thorpe-by-Water, Stoke Dry, Tixover.
East Hundred: Great Casterton, Little Casterton, Empingham, Essendine, Ketton, Pickworth, Ryhall, Tickencote, Tinwell with Ingthorpe.
- Suffolk surnames: Free online reproduction of the 1861 edition of this book by Nathaniel Ingersoll Bowditch.
- A History of the County of Sussex: Volume V (i) - Arundel Rape: south-western part, including Arundel - This volume describes the history of the borough of Arundel, with its noted castle, religious houses, and Roman Catholic cathedral, and 11 rural and suburban parishes in the adjoining coastal region of Sussex, including Felpham and Middleton.
- A History of the County of Sussex: Volume VI Part 1 - Bramber Rape (Southern Part) - Describes the southern part of Bramber rape, the easternmost of the three rapes of West Sussex. It tells the history of 19 parishes lying along the coastal strip and over the South Downs.
- A History of the County of Sussex: Volume VI Part 2 - Bramber Rape (North-Western Part) including Horsham - Gives the history of the ten parishes that form the north-western part of Bramber rape, from Sullington in the south to Warnharn in the north, lying mostly in the Weald.
- A History of the County of Sussex: Volume VI Part 3 - Bramber Rape (North-Eastern Part) including Crawley New Town - Gives the history of the eleven parishes that form the north-eastern part of Bramber rape, from Upper Beeding in the south to Ifield in the north, together with that of Crawley new town, founded in 1947.