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The National Archives is the UK government's official archive, "containing 1000 years of history from Domesday Book to the present", with records from parchment and paper scrolls through to digital files and archived websites.
The reading room has terminals from which documents can be ordered up from secure storage areas by their reference number.
The National Archives (and before it the Public Record Office) has long had a role of oversight and leadership for the entire archives sector and archives profession in the UK, including local government and non-governmental archives.
Special arrangements are in place for readers wishing to retrieve large groups of files.
These are kept in the reading room at The National Archives and indexed in the online database.
TNA conducts an annual survey of archive repositories and records all new accessions, and the accession lists Where the catalogues are themselves available online the indexes provide direct electronic links; but many still exist in hard copy only (often as unpublished "grey literature"), and it remains necessary for the researcher to visit either TNA or the specific repository in order to consult them.
They have now also been digitised and are available on the Ancestry website.
All of the open census records have been digitised, and there are also significant other sources online, such as wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1383–1858.