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A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Scottish Ancestors

by Linda Jonas

eBook

Start discovering your Scottish ancestors today!

Turn your research into results with the help of genealogists Linda Jonas and Paul Milner! Their invaluable instructions and problem-solving advice makes tracing your Scottish family history easier and more efficient.You'll learn how to:

  • Discover who your family was, where they came from, and how they lived.
  • Maximize your research results by using the Internet, visiting local libraries and Family History Centers - even traveling to Scotland.
  • Master the differences between Scottish and U.S. research, including geographic and political terms, names and naming patterns, clans and tartans, religion, record keeping and languages.
  • Use the most important resources for tracing one's Scottish family history. Most of these records are readily available outside of Scotland. Your research opportunities are virtually unlimited.

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Publisher: F+W Media

PDF eBook

  • ISBN: 9781440324321
  • File size: 76627 KB
  • Release date: May 10, 2002

Formats

PDF eBook

Languages

English

Start discovering your Scottish ancestors today!

Turn your research into results with the help of genealogists Linda Jonas and Paul Milner! Their invaluable instructions and problem-solving advice makes tracing your Scottish family history easier and more efficient.You'll learn how to:

  • Discover who your family was, where they came from, and how they lived.
  • Maximize your research results by using the Internet, visiting local libraries and Family History Centers - even traveling to Scotland.
  • Master the differences between Scottish and U.S. research, including geographic and political terms, names and naming patterns, clans and tartans, religion, record keeping and languages.
  • Use the most important resources for tracing one's Scottish family history. Most of these records are readily available outside of Scotland. Your research opportunities are virtually unlimited.

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