Scotland has more ways for you to trace your family tree both on the internet and actually searching through old records. Beginning with the first written census in 1755 and the civil registration of marriages, births and deaths from 1855, there are plenty of ways to begin your search. Here is a detailed listing of all the historical church and state records you can access on the internet or in person. Want to trace your family tree? Here is the listing of many of the most accessible records you can find in Scotland or on the web. How to read them, how to use them and even the places to go to read the records themselves. If you are really serious about finding everything you can about your relatives from the past - this is the guidebook. Written by Chris Paton, now considered the genealogy scholar of Scotland. 176 page paperback.
Chris Paton runs the Scotland's Greatest Story service as a genealogist, writer and tutor. He holds a postgraduate degree from Strathclyde University, and is a blogger at britishgenes.blogspot.com. He has sound advice for all in search of their family story - start with what you know, write it down, and then from there pursue the unknown. Ask questions, then go in search of the answers.
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