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Sarah has been researching family histories for over 15 years and is now a qualified genealogist with an MLitt in Family and Local History based in Kinross, between Edinburgh and Perth. Her dissertation was on the The Schulin’ o’ Weans Around Loch Leven 1696 to 1872 focusing on literacy levels and comparing them with the […]
Northern Ireland based Fiona has an MSc in Genealogical, Paleographic & Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde. Her special area of interest is in 19th century North West Ireland, Irish church ministers and emigration and she is shortly to publish a local history book on Presbyterianism. She is also researching and writing on the local Church […]
The Bayer company archives are the central storehouse for information pertaining to the colorful history of the company since its establishment in 1863. It is the place where important records relating to the company’s history – documents, photographs, films, advertisements, publications, and other valuable items – are examined, evaluated and systematically archived. The website also […]
RBS archives are extensive and very useful for those researchers interested in family history, local history and banking history. The record sets most of use to genealogists are as follows: Staff registers and record cards The content of surviving staff registers varies widely. Some give details of name, entrance exam mark, career path, and even […]
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