|Present Day Details|
|State/Province:||Macau Special Administrative Region|
Alternative spelling: Macau.
- Ecclesiastical Returns: Baptisms, Marriages and Burials at the British Library. Macao and Whampoa [Canton] 1820-1833, IOR N/9 These records are included in the digitised records available on the commercial site findmypast. Note: may be subject to omissions for technical reasons.
- Family Search records
- Microfilm catalogue entry for Macao baptisms, marriages and burials, 1820-1833 ; Whampoa burials, 1820-1824 from the India Office Records. Index to baptisms, marriages, burials 1820-1833 498603 Item 5. Baptisms, marriages, burials 1820-1833 498606 Item 3. As these are Indian Office records, they are probably included in the digitised records on findmypast, see above.
- Microfilm catalogue entry for Records of the Church of England concerning British subjects in Macao. Text in English. Includes baptisms, marriages and burials, 1820-1838 film 576993 Item 4. See the Fibiwiki page FamilySearch Centres for details about digitised microfilm.
- The original records were previously in the Guildhall Library and are now in the London Metropolitan Archives DL/E/E/059/MS11218: Transcripts of baptisms 1820-38, marriages 1822-38 and burials 1821-38 at Macao, and burials 1820-4 at Whampoa (registered at Macao), with certificates of marriages at the China Inland Mission at Wanhsien 1934, and Chengtu 1935.
- Some/all of these records for baptisms and marriages are available on FamilySearch as transcribed indexes. These records are in the World category (All Records Collections) in a group of records called World Miscellaneous.
- The BACSA Archive at the British Library holds information on both the Old and New Protestant Cemeteries in Macao under ref Mss Eur F370/816
- An East India Company Cemetery: Protestant Burials in Macao by Lindsay Ride, May Ride, Bernard Mellor Hong Kong University Press, 1996 is available at the British Library (UIN: BLL01009530467). A searchable limited view with sample pages is available at Google Books
- This book may be viewed at a FamilySearch Centre on a FamilyHistory computer, catalogue entry. For more details, see the Fibiwiki page FamilySearch Centres.
- Macau's Protestant Cemeteries Gwulo.com. Contains links to photographs and transcriptions of gravestones taken by Ms Shyama Peebles.
- "David Scott, India merchant, and British Supercargoes at Macao" 07 September 2017. British Library Untold lives blog.
Historical photographs online
- Photographic panorama of Macau c 1900-1910 University of Cambridge Digital Library. A panoramic view, at the mouth of the Pearl River delta, by an unknown photographer.
Historical books online
- My mother's journal: a young lady's diary of five years spent in Manila, Macao, and the Cape of Good Hope from 1829-1834. Edited by Katharine Hillard 1900 Archive.org
- Historic Macao by C A Montalto de Jesus 1902 Archive.org
- A Guide to Hongkong. With some remarks upon Macao and Canton by William Legge. Printed at Hongkong c 1893. British Library Digital Collection.
- "Macao" page 798 Twentieth century impressions of Hong-kong, Shanghai, and other Treaty Ports of China: their history, people, commerce, industries, and resources by Arnold Wright 1908 Archive.org
- "The Old Protestant Cemetery in Macao" by Lindsay Ride Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Volume 3 (1963) (27 pages) from Hong Kong Journals online The University of Hong Kong Libraries
- "Historical Outline of Medical Missions at Canton, Hongkong and Macao" The China Review, or notes & queries on the Far East Volume 4 No. 5 (1876) sunzi.lib.hku.hk