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How can I research my family history?
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Researcherscan consult a number of sources for genealogical information, including originalchurch, civil, military, and immigration records.  Localchurch registers prove integral to family research, providing information onbirths, marriages, and... Read More
What is the Bermuda Archives?
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TheBermuda Archives is the official repository for all records created by theBermuda Government that have been assessed as having historical and culturalvalue.  Read More
What records do you hold?
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Therecord holdings of the Bermuda Archives date from the 17th centuryand include information related to all areas of governmentadministration.   In addition to government records, The BermudaArchives houses records donated by private benefa... Read More
How can I contact the archives?
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Youcan contact us by mail or phone: Telephone:          (441) 297 – 7737E-mail:                  archives@gov.bmPos... Read More
Is there internet access?
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Presently the Bermuda Archives does not offer WIFI orpublic access terminals for internet research. Read More
Is there a fee to use the archives?
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Thearchival records and resources of the Bermuda Archives are available free ofcharge to all users.  However, reproduction and photocopying fees do applyas outlined in the Government Fees Amendment Regulations.  When possible,researchers ma... Read More
Do you provide research services?
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Weare unable to conduct in-depth research for users.  However, we cansuggest the name of local researchers for hire.    Read More
Can I use a camera, laptop, and scanner?
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Researcherscan use cameras and laptops but the use of handheld scanners is notpermitted.  Researchers who wish to use cameras will be required tocomplete a "Digital Photography Form.” Read More
What are your hours of operation?
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TheBermuda Archives is open Monday through Friday from 8:45 a.m. until 5p.m.  We are closed on all public holidays. Read More
How can I get a reproduction of a photograph, negative, or map?
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Torequest a reproduction, the user needs to complete a personal, commercial, ornon-commercial "Request for Permission to Use Pictorial Images”contract.   The Bermuda Archives outsources its reproduction work tolocal and overseas vendors as ... Read More