Scotland Genealogy

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*'''Article:''' [[Scotland-s People|ScotlandsPeople]] - information about this premier website for online access to Scotland's genealogical records.
 
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== Research tools ==
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'''Click on a county to go to that county's page:''' {{Scotlandimagemap}}  
 
'''Click on a county to go to that county's page:''' {{Scotlandimagemap}}  
  
*[[Scotland Old Counties pre 1974 and New Counties post 1974|County list]]  
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*[[Scotland Old Counties pre 1974 and New Counties post 1974|County list]] (with abbreviation codes)
 
*[[Scotland Names Personal|Personal names]]  
 
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*[[Scotland Glossary of Genealogical Terms|Glossary of terms]]  
 
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Revision as of 23:31, 18 November 2009

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Welcome to the page for Scotland! FamilySearch Wiki is a community website dedicated to helping people throughout the world learn how to find their ancestors. This page is the portal to all that the wiki has to offer on Scotland. Through the Scotland portal page you can learn how to find, use, and analyze Scotland records of genealogical value. However, these pages are works in progress and their content will grow with time. We invite you to contribute information.

Featured content

Research tools

Click on a county to go to that county's page:
AberdeenshireAngusArgyllAyrshireBanffshireBerwickshireButeCaithnessClackmannanshireDumfriesshireDunbartonshireEast LothianFifeInverness-shireKincardineshireKinross-shireKirkcudbrightshireLanarkshireMidlothianMorayNairnshireOrkneyPeeblesshirePerthshireRenfrewshireRoss & CromartyRoxburghshireSelkirkshireStirlingshireShetlandSutherlandWest LothianWigtonshireDunbartonshireScotlandimagemap.jpg

Research Strategies:

  • Strategies for locating births, marriages, and deaths

News and events

Did you know?

  • An index of 21,000 passengers who left the ports of Glasgow and Greenock for non-European ports is available online at Aberdeen University. The dates are 1 January and 30 April 1923, and at other Scottish ports between 1890 and 1960. You can find these records on the Scottish Emigration Database
  • Hebridean Connection is a new and ongoing site useful for those searching in the Western Isles of Scotland.
  • One of the saddest events in the history of the Gareloch is the K13 submarine disaster, which took place during World War 1 on January 29 1917.