DA 28 .O95 2004 v. 1-60 Main
Absolutely the most up to date and scholarly biographical dictionary of the famous deceased British and Irish. Supplement 2001-2004 also in Main DA 28 .O95 2009.
Archive of biographies of members of the Royal Society, content older than one year, accessible free on the internet. The Royal Society first began publishing short obituaries of its fellows in 1830 in its Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. From 1932 fuller memoirs of nearly every deceased fellow and foreign members have been in their Obituaries... (1932-54) and then in their Biographical Memoirs... from 1955 onwards.
From 1540 to 1835, the Church of England was one of Britain's largest employers. Search clerical records for more than "155,000 individual clerics or schoolteachers" from over fifty different archives in England and Wales. Search by name and fields such as diocese, location, and date range, and browse people, locations, and bishops according to diocese. Reference section contains bibliographies, lists of bishops and locations, and a glossary. Directed by Arthur Burns at King's College London, Kenneth Fincham at the University of Kent, and Stephen Taylor at Durham University.
CT 119 .G69 2007 v. 1-4 Main
Three to five page essays, with bibliographic references, on significant persons in agriculture, government and politics, literature, etc. Persons' historical roles, areas of achievement, biographical details, significances.
Historical Dictionary of the British Monarchy Main DA 28.1 .P27 2011
CT 773 f.B75 v. 1-4 Basement Oversize Collection
Indexes the contents of the British Biographical Archive (on fiche in Microforms DA 28 .B7), which contains the contents of 324 of the most important British biographical dictionaries published from 1601 to 1929.
Q 141 .D53 1981 Main
HQ 1115 .W66 1999 v. 1-17 Reference
Q 141 .B585 2000 v. 1-2 Reference
CT 782 .B4 1993 Main
Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women: from the Earliest Times to 2004 Main DA 758.4 .B56 2006