Scottish Genealogy

Scottish Genealogy

With New Material on Heraldry, Land and Maps, DNA, Catholic Records, Migration and More

Book - 2012
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"This fully revised and updated third edition of Scottish Genealogy is a comprehensive guide to tracing your family history in Scotland. Written by one of the most authoritative figures on the subject, the work is based on established genealogical practice and is designed to exploit the rich resources that Scotland has to offer. After all, this country has possibly the most complete and best-kept set of records and other documents in the world. Addressing the questions of DNA, palaeography and the vexed issues of Clans, Families and tartans, and with a new chapter on Heraldry, Bruce Durie presents a fascinating insight into discovering Scottish ancestors. He covers both physical and electronic sources, and explains how to get beyond the standard ‘births, marriages and deaths plus census’ research, reminding the reader that there are more tools than just the internet, and not everything written down is correct! Comparisons are made with records in England, Ireland and elsewhere, and all of the 28 million people who claim Scottish ancestry worldwide will find something in this book to challenge and stimulate. Informative and entertaining, this new edition is the definitive reader-friendly guide to genealogy and family history in Scotland" --from the publisher.
Publisher: Gloucestershire : , 2012.
Edition: 3rd ed.
ISBN: 9780752463728
0752463721
Branch Call Number: Gen 929.10720411 Dur
Characteristics: 364 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.

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