Scotland

The Scottish Statistical Accounts are a rich source of historical context. Written by the ministers of each parish, they give details such as the number of parishioners, occupations, local traditions, and more. Come learn how to access them online and how they can help you understand what your ancestors' daily lives may have been like.
Overview of the website Scottish Indexes. This site includes indexes to poor records, asylum records, a paternity index, a criminal database, and more.
Learn about Scotland Sasines and how to access them.
Learn how to use the Scotland Services of Heirs by going through various case studies.
After finding your ancestor in the indexes to the Services of Heirs, learn how to find their original Services of Heirs record.
In addition to Services of Heirs indexes, learn about additional indexes associated with the Services of Heirs.
Learn about the Scotland Services of Heirs Indexes and how to access them.
Overview of Scotland Land Records including the Services of Heirs and Sasines Records.
This presentation walks learners through the Civil Registration process for Scotland. At the end, learners should be able to know how to use Civil Registration to find their Scottish ancestor's birth, marriage, or death certificate.
Learn how to access, use, and correctly interpret the information found in the christening, marriage, and burial registers of the established Church of Scotland. See examples of problems to watch for, clues given for further research, and what to do when your ancestor is not found.
Learn how to access, use, and correctly interpret the information found in the christening, marriage, and burial registers of the established Church of Scotland. See examples of problems to watch for, clues given for further research, and what to do when your ancestor is not found.
This Webinar provides key information about how to advance your ancestral research in Scotland's online Church of Scotland parish registers. The key government-sponsored website (Scotlandspeople) will be demonstrated and how you can search records there.
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