Scottish Genealogical Resources

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Excellent Internet Web sites in this subject area are Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - Scotland  and ScotlandGenWeb  as well as the GENUKI  site.

929.4
B162
Bain, Robert,The Clans and Tartans of Scotland Glasgow: Collins, 1976.
Also in the Reference Collection.
133 clans and other tartans.
R929.4
B627
Black, George F.,Surnames of Scotland: their origin, meaning and history, N.Y.: New York Public Library, 1946.
929.3411
B657
Blaxham, V. Ben,Key to the Parochial Registers of Scotland, Provo, UT: Stevenson's Genealogical Center, 1979.
Also in the Reference Collection.
Arranged alphabetically indicating what vital records are available before 1854 with condition and Family History Center call number.
R929.2094
W257
Collins Scottish Clan and Family Encyclopedia, Glasgow: HarperCollins, 1994.
History and heraldic details of over 300 of Scotland's best known clans and families.
R929.3411
C833
Cory, Kathleen,Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry, Baltimore: GPC, 1996
Older edition in circulation.
A basic guide to sources.
R929.1072
G326
A Genealogical Gazetteer of Scotland, Logan, UT: Everton, 1971.
Alphabetical dictionary of geographical locations.
929.1072
G619
Goldie, Douglas,In Search of Hamish McBagpipes, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1992.
Also in the Reference Collection.
A concise guide, excellent bibliography.
R929.3411
I72
Irvine, Sherry,Your Scottish Ancestry: a guide for North Americans, Salt Lake City: Ancestry, 1997.
Resources in North America and Scotland and how to use them.
929.3411
J76
Jones, Linda,A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Scottish Ancestors, Cincinnati: Betterway, 2002.
Also in the Reference Collection.
R929.3411
S616
Sinclair, Cecil,Tracing Your Scottish Ancestors, Edinburgh: HMSO, 1990. Guide to genealogical research in the Scottish Record Office in Edinburgh.