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A Luso-Indian Voyage by Chris Pereira. An excellent article describing research into Goan family history. Available in Fibis Journal No7 Also updated in Fibis fact File no 1 Researching Anglo Indian Ancestry - available from Fibis Shop
- Goa Church Records. Details of microfilms/digitised microfilms available from FamilySearch
- Department of Archives and Archaeology, Government of Goa. Records include "registers of Baptism, Births & Deaths, Deeds & Wills as well as some very useful records from churches in Goa". Most of the records are in Portuguese & Marathi (Modi) though quite a few documents are also in Sanskrit, Persian, English, French & Vietnamese. it is not known whether these records have been filmed by the LDS.
- A review of the Historical Archives of Goa (Panaji, Goa) by Brian Wilson University of Chicago posted 23 January 2014 dissertationreviews.org
- The BACSA Archive at the British Library includes the article "British Cemetery in Goa" by Dr P P Shirodkhar in Purabhilekh-Puratatva vol 1, no 1 (July-Dec 1983) pp 121-129 (Journal of the Directorate of Archives, Archaeology and Museum, Panaji- Goa). British Library catalogue reference Mss Eur F370/1235 . For those who have access to HathiTrust Digital Library through their University, this article may be accessed online, catalogue entry.
- "Dona Paula’s forgotten British cemetery gets a new lease of life" by Paul Fernandes May 3, 2017 Times of India.
- "Only British Cemetery in Goa" YouTube video.
- "The Croats of Goa" by Kritika Sarda. June 27th 2017. Live History India. Traders from Dubrovnik arrived in Portuguese Goa sometime between 1530 -1535 and later founded their own colony, Sao Braz.
Historical books online
- The travels of Pietro della Valle in India : from the old English translation of 1664, edited by Edward Grey (late Bengal Civil Service) 1892 Archive.org Volume I, Volume II. Pietro della Valle arrived in India 10 February 1623 at Surat, embarking from Goa 16 November 1624.
- A new account of East-India and Persia : : in eight letters being nine years travels, begun 1672 and finished 1681 by John Fryer 1698 London. Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek. Includes Goa.
- An Account of the Inquisition at Goa, in India. Translated from the French of M. Dellon 1819 Archive.org. Translated from a copy printed in Paris in 1687. The events happened in 1674. Dellon, a physician spent some time in North Malabar and was operating out of the French factory in Tellicherry for five years after which he left the French services. Six months later, he was in jail In Daman. 
- An account of the trade in India: containing rules for good government in trade, price courants, and tables: with descriptions of Fort St. George, Acheen, Malacca, Condore, Canton, Anjengo, Muskat, Gombroon, Surat, Goa, Carwar, Telichery, Panola, Calicut, the Cape of Good-Hope, and St. Helena... To which is added, An Account of the Management of the Dutch in their Affairs in India by Charles Lockyer 1711 Archive.org. Contents
- An historical sketch of Goa, the metropolis of the Portuguese settlements in India: with an account of the present state of that celebrated city, and of the surrounding territories under its immediate jurisdiction, collected from the most authentic sources by Denis Louis Cottineau de Kloguen 1831 Google Books. Reprinted as Cottineau's History Of Goa 1910.
- "Holiday trip to Goa" [from Belgaum] page 193 My Year in an Indian Fort, Volume II by Mrs Guthrie [Katherine Blanche Guthrie], published 1877 Archive.org.
- An Illustrated Guide To Goa by Aquino dos Remedios Furtado 1922 British Library Digital Collection. Endangered Archives Programme EAP636/5/9.
- The Times Of India Illustrated Guide To Goa 1931. Archive.org, Public Library of India Collection.
- "Charles (Claude) Gabriel Dellon, the Frenchman in Malabar" 14 April 2013 Historic Alleys.