Missed bin collections

We are aware of an increase in the number of missed collections across the city. We want to reassure you that we are working hard to collect all outstanding collections as quickly as possible. Read more on reporting missed collections

Digital resources

Ancestry.com which is available in all Birmingham libraries has a large number of useful records which you can access by selecting Search and Military records. These include:

  • WWI Medal Rolls Index Cards 1914 to 1920
  • WWI Pension Records 1914 to 1920
  • UK Soldiers died in Great War 1914 to 1919
  • UK Citations of DC Medal 1914 to 1920
  • Navy Lists 1888 to 1970
  • UK Naval Medal and Awards Rolls 1793 to 1972
  • Commonwealth War Graves cemetery and memorial registers 1914 to 1921
  • National Roll of Great War (includes Birmingham)
  • Silver War Badge records (awarded to service personnel honourably discharged due to injury and sickness so that they could avoid being accused of cowardice at home)
  • De Ruvigny Roll of Honour 1914 to 1924 (this is also available on open access in the Military Genealogy section)
  • Royal Navy and Royal Marine War Graves Roll 1914 to 1919
  • Royal Aero Club Aviators Certificates 1910 to 1950
  • UK Victoria Cross Medals 1857 to 2007
  • GB Royal Naval Division Casualties of the Great War 1914 to 1924
  • UK British Officers Prisoners of War 1914 to 1918

To view Ancestry on level 4, please come to the customer service desk and a member of staff will book you onto the computer.

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