Dave Annal helps us to find records of our Scottish ancestors. Most of the sources we need seem to be the same or very similar to their English and Welsh equivalents. However, Dave points out some important differences.
The key sources are familiar: birth, marriage and death records, census returns, church registers, and wills and testaments. You can visit Edinburgh to search for records at the National Records for Scotland. However, most of these records are now online, so you can find them and print them at home or in a library, a record office, or a family history society’s research centre.
This talk is geared toward Beginners. There will be a question and answer session after the talk.
Date and Time: 5 September 10:30-11:30 UK (BST)
Tutor: Dave Annal
What you need to know:
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