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Scottish Research Resources before 1800
In this talk Chris Paton, author of 'Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry Through Church and State Records', takes us to pre-19th century Scotland, when things begin to get a little more complicated with our ancestral research.

From Kirk to state, a variety of records are available, but it's one thing to find them, and quite another to understand them, with different handwriting styles, language problems and the feudal nature of Scottish society forming some of the many challenges that make earlier Scottish research fun but challenging.

Chris will explore the various record types available, and how to access them both online and offline.

Feb 22, 2022 06:30 PM in London

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Chris M. Paton
Chris Paton is a genealogist and writer based in Ayrshire, Scotland, where he runs the Scotland’s Greatest Story research service at www.scotlandsgreateststory.co.uk. As well as contributing to many of the UK’s best known family history magazines, he also writes for his own Scottish GENES news blog at www.scottishgenes.blogspot.com, and regularly gives talks to family history societies across the UK and worldwide. His recent Pen and Sword publications include 'Tracing Your Scottish Family History on the Internet', 'Tracing Scottish Ancestry Through Church and State Records', 'Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet (2nd edition)', 'Sharing Your Family History Online', and 'Tracing Your Irish Ancestors Through Land Records'.