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Need help tracing those Scottish ancestors?

If your family history involves tracing relatives from Scotland, it could be worth reading up on some advice and guidance from a recognised expert. Scottish Genealogy by Bruce Durie is the comprehensive guide to tracing your family history in Scotland, and is 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. All people who claim Scottish ancestry will find something in this book to challenge and stimulate. Informative and entertaining, this updated edition is the definitive reader-friendly guide to genealogy and family history in Scotland. It's currently available at Genealogy Supplies at a reduced price so well worth a look.

Scottish ancestors, family history book for Scotland

Helping you trace those Scottish ancestors

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New Book available commemorating school centenary

At the recent Who Do You Think Are? Live event, Family History Social met up with Margaret Roy from Malvern Family History Society. She mentioned the launch of her new book 'Striving for the Goal'. It commemorates the Centenary of West Kirby Grammar School on the Wirral through the eyes of a former pupil, Evelyn Roy, who attended in the 1920s. Using the diaries and memorabilia of her husband's aunt, Margaret has provided a unique snapshot of school life in the North-West in the 1920s. The book is priced at £5.50 + 85p postage & packing. To order or for more information, please contact Margaret at strivingforthegoal@mail.com  

New book- 'Striving for the Goal'

New book from Margaret Roy - 'Striving for the Goal'

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