We will continue to add resources which are easily available and accessible to both museums within the network as well as visitors wanting to undertake their own research.
If you would like any guidance on locating appropriate support undertaking research, please get in touch using the enquiry form on the Contact Us page.
The below sites are free to search, and material from The National Archives is free to view in person. There may be additional charges for downloads or if you require further support in your research.
The Ogilby Muster
Holds archival records dating between 1900 – 1929.
The National Archives
The official archive and publisher for the UK Government, England and Wales.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Holds records of war dead and grave locations between the periods 4 August 1914 – 31 August 1921, and 3 September 1939 – 31 December 1947.
The following organisations provide support and funding. Some are membership organisations, through the majority of information on their site is free to view.
Arts Council England
Association of Independent Museums
Providing funding and advice on best practices as well as resources and toolkits, primarily targeted at independent heritage organisations.
Providing advice and best practice on collections care and management, including a range of free resources.
Independent advocates for all museums across the UK. Leads on the Museum Code of Ethics.
National Heritage Lottery Fund
Providing funding for a range of heritage and community organisations, including museums.
Studies and Quick Guides
Scoping the Army Museums Sector
An independent study of the Army Museums sector funded by AMOT in 2016. For a hardcopy, please contact us (P&P will need to be covered).
To download a digital copy, click here.
Researching an Individual
For information on locating and requesting an individual record of service, click here.
Succession of Titles
Information outlining the changes in structure and amalgamations for the cavalry and infantry regiments.
Cavalry: click here.
Infantry: click here.