These are very exhaustive. Sites like this are very good to start with, if you want to build a draft tree.
However, bear in mind that nothing beats the real archives to ensure the consistency and integrity of the information. That is, if you wish to have a legal backbone to your genealogical tree.
The sites above are a very good source of information, but they do not exclude the possibility of typographical errors. It'svery easy to make errors, even the National Archive directories have mismatches and incomplete/incorrect names in their databases. If you ever have a chance to take a look at the microfilms, you will quickly see what I mean. The handwriting of the Priest who wrote the Marriage Act is sometimes hardly readable. And the further you go back in time the worse it gets.