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Gloucestershire Archives have been working with Ancestry and can now provide free access to Gloucestershire’s digitised resources until the archive reopens. The archive collections date from the 12th century to the present day and include records of the diocese of Gloucester, ancient boroughs, quarter sessions and other courts, councils, schools, hospitals, charities and a huge […]
The National Library of Scotland has a wide range of online talks taking place whilst the building itself is closed. Topics include: Ottoman Sultans and roadside taverns. The Turkish and American travel journals of Henrietta Liston. Shapes of Scotland: Maps, history and national identity. The travel diary of Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor. https://www.nls.uk/events
The National Library of Scotland closed their buildings on 18 March due to the COVID-19 lockdown. Since the Scottish Government published a route map out of lockdown on 21 May, they have begun to plan when and how best to resume services to readers at their buildings. Your views on how they should operate after […]
Andrew achieved the PgDip in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies from Strathclyde University in 2012 and is based in Kelso, in the Scottish Borders. His special areas of interest are the records of the Buccleuch Estates in the South of Scotland. Genealogy of the Border reiving families. He is a member of the Scottish Genealogy […]
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