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Anguline Research Archives.
An organisation dedicated to bring rare books on CD at an affordable price, to the local history researcher and to the family history researcher.

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About Us

Anguline Research Archives was founded in 2005 by Guy Etchells and Angela Petyt B.A.(hons.).
It is an organisation dedicated to providing digital resources for family historians, local historians and social historians.
Produced from a wide variety of printed sources containing records from the medieval period to the twentieth century - parish registers, school and college registers, wills, court rolls, directories, maps, topography, etc. – Anguline Research Archives’ CDs both assist and inform the researcher.

With affordable prices and free delivery worldwide, Anguline Research Archives catalogue now contains over 500 CDs. Using state of the art technology – our reproduction facilities include Bookeye Scanner and Epson Discproducer - the CDs are produced on demand in-house to high quality standards.


Reviews of some Anguline CDS

Here is a small selection of reviews, articles and feedback about our products that have appeared in newspapers, magazines etc. over the years.

Please note most of our CDs are now machine searchable (even if they were not at the date of the review) and are compatible with Text to Speech software such as Adobe Acrobat's "speech out loud" and AT&T's "Natural Reader".
Most may also be accessed via E-book readers.
Prices may have changed due to increased costs between the review date and the present time.

All reviews reproduced courtesy of the magazine or newspaper mentioned.

Your Family Tree, Issue 36, April 2006

Family History Monthly Magazine, Issue 129, ............Shropshire Star Tuesday June 2009
April 2006
....Reviewed by David Tippey

Family Tree Magazine June 2009
Reviewed by Bob Lawrence

Your Family Tree Magazine Issue 67 August 2008.................. Ancestors Magazine Issue 77 January 2009
............................................................................................Reviewed by Kathy Chater