The National Burial Index (NBI) is a database of entries recorded in English and Welsh burials registers – parish, nonconformist, Roman Catholic, Quaker and cemetery.
Coverage is incomplete, but over 18.4 million records are included, covering 1538-2008. The NBI also incorporates some records that were previously published but have since been checked and corrected.
Information for each individual includes:
Just one click takes you to details of how to buy your own copy of this important source.
You’ll need a PC with at least 2.8Gbytes of free disk space, a CD or DVD drive, and running Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP. Either the 32 or 64 bit versions of any of these operating systems are supported. The search program & all of the data are installed on your hard drive, but the original CD is still needed in your CD/DVD drive each time you start the search program.
The NBI Third Edition is also capable of running on an Apple Mac computer using Apples Bootcamp, Microsoft Parallels or VMware’s Fusion 4 Windows Emulation Packages. All the above require a licensed copy of Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 to be mounted on the computer prior to loading up the NBI3 program.