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Scottish Family History

Genuki: Scotland
Gateway to many resources.

National Library of Scotland - Maps of Scotland
High-resolution zoomable images of over 44,000 maps of Scotland. You can order the maps, or study them online. Site includes maps of the whole of Scotland, county maps and town plans/views

National Library of Scotland - Scottish Post Office Directories
Annual directories that include an alphabetical list of a town's or county's inhabitants. Online access to 694 directories for the period 1773 to 1911, covering 28 of Scotland's towns and counties

Scotland GenWeb
Gateway to many resources

Scotlands People
The official online source of parish register, civil registration and census records for Scotland, from the General Register Office for Scotland.

Scottish Archive Network
Aims to provide a single electronic catalogue to the holdings of more than fifty Scottish archives. Includes digital resources. For the site's 'Family History Guide' click 'Research Tools'.

Scottish Highlander Photo Archive
A growing database of portraits accessible online, along with the basic information identifying the individuals. Images may be purchased in print or electronic form. There is a photo library service for publishers and a forum for family genealogists to comment on or to identify people in the photographs of the collection. Visitors can submit photographs of their own for comment or research purposes

Scottish National War Memorial
The Scottish National War Memorial commemorates nearly 150,000 Scottish casualties in the First World War, 1914 - 1918; over 50,000 in the Second World War, 1939 - 1945; and the campaigns since 1945, including the Malayan Emergency, the Korean War, Northern Ireland, the Falklands War and the Gulf War

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