Record Offices, Libraries and especially
The National Archives at Kew and the Family Record Centre at Myddelton
Street, Islington, London, are becoming more and more crowded and,
as a consequence, there is very little room for you to layout and
use larger files or notebooks.
GENFILE has been specifically designed to overcome
this problem: it uses similar forms to the well-known A4 Record
Forms produced by the Federation of Family History Societies but
in a compact 6¾” x 3¾” size punched with
6 holes to fit standard 6 ring binders. If you already use a Filofax
or similar personal organiser, you will find the forms are fully
Each form is pre-printed with the vital heading and ruled appropriately
for each class of record to save writing them out each time and
has a filing ‘box’ for you to insert your reference
number. They can be transferred to larger binders at home or used
as filing slips.
Now available; GREEN 6 ring binder, embossed with Genfile on
the front cover. Also available, binder and starter pack (5 of each
of GR series (does not include GR.22; GR.23 & GR.24) plus 2
x GR.25; 2 x GR.26; 1 x GM.2; 1 x GM.3 and 1 x GM 6).
NEW - Plain white dividers come in sets of 5.
NEW - Set of 5 plastic folders to fit the Genfile
folder or similar (3 plain with top opening, and 2 with three pockets
for membership/credit cards.
There are at present 3 types of sheets.
GC.1 Personal Details Cards
(5” x 3” pre-printed index cards)
The GF Series
GF.1 Map of London showing principal repositories, nearest
Tube station etc.
GF.2 List of GRO Registration Districts 1837-51 & 1852-1946
GF.3 Maps of England & Wales before & after 1 Apl 1974
GF.4 Maps of Scotland before & after 16 May 1975
GF.5 Maps of Ireland before & after 1974
GF.6 The Chapman County Codes for the UK
GF.7 List of useful primary dates of records
GF.8 List of useful UK addresses
GF.9 List of useful Websites for the Internet
The GR Series
A set of useful forms for on-the-spot note-taking all printed both
sides on white paper.
GR.1 Check form for searches at the
Family Record Centre.
GR.2 Extracts from Census Returns
GR.3 Family Group Sheet
GR.4 Search Record
GR.5 Extracts from Parish Registers
GR.6 Searcher’s General Check List
GR.7 Marriages after 1837
GR.8 Extracts from the IGI
GR.9 Extracts from Wills
GR.10 MI Record
GR.11 Baptisms after 1812
GR.12 Burials after 1812
GR.13 Extracts from Directories
GR.14 Marriages 1794-1812
GR.15 Extracts from GRO Indexes for BM&D
GR.16 Extracts from Burgess/Electoral Rolls
GR.17 Military Search
GR.18 Record of birth certificates
GR.19 Record of marriage certificates
GR.20 Record of death certificates
GR.21 Record of wills
The following six forms are NEW…
GR.22 Scottish Birth Information
GR.23 Scottish Marriage Information
GR.24 Scottish Death Information
GR.25 Individual Address List
GR.26 Interview Questionnaire
GR.22; GR.23 and GR.24 are not included in the sample pack, this
is due to cost and for special interest research. If you require an
order form and a set of samples, please send a stamped addressed
envelope and 3 x 1st class stamps to cover costs.
The GM Series
A set of useful miscellaneous forms.
GM.1 Family History fold-out Year Planner
GM.2 Address Sheets
GM.3 Book Search Lists
GM.5 Ruled Sheets
GM.6 Ancestry Chart (Birth Brief)
The link below is an order form in pdf format which can be downloaded
and completed for posting. See Contact Me page for address.
Please use this ready-reckoner to calculate the cost of your postage
and packing. For overseas orders please send your order by post.
A proforma invoice will be sent to you quoting airmail and surface
rates. The price quoted for the empty folder and the starter pack
already includes post and packing. Please use the above ready-reckoner
for the various packs. Please make all cheques, POs and Money Orders
payable to Mrs C M Morris. All prices are in £ Sterling -
payment ONLY accepted in Sterling. All packages are sent by 1st
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New forms are constantly under review: suggestions for useful additions
to the series are always welcome.