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Ireland & United KingdomGenWeb Project    This site is part of the WorldGenWeb Project and is the regional resource page for research in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Rampant Scotland Genealogy Page    Here's how to research your Scottish family tree and find out who your great grandfather really was! Also listed are some examples of genealogy sites where research has already produced some impressive results. http:www.rampantscotland.com is a very interesting site with much general Scottish information.
Scots Origins    This site provides content on Scottish records including maps, links to other Scottish sites, and through its sister site, British Origins, the National Wills Index.
The Official Gateway to Scotland    A well written guide on how to get started with your Scottish genealogy.

National Records of Scotland    This site is the General Register Office for Scotland (GROS) merged with the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) to become the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
Scotlands People, The official Scottish genealogy resource    Paid site but the only site for searching Scottish Genealogical records. Do as much work as possible before searching here to minimize expense. New news familysearch.org has the Scotland Baptism and Marriage records but just the index.

Scottish DNA Project    Administered by the Genealogical Studies team at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.

Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society    The Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society was founded in 1977. We aim to promote the study of family history, particularly in Glasgow and the west of Scotland, covering Argyll & Bute, Ayrshire, Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, and Stirlingshire (part). A close relationship is enjoyed with the Mitchell Library and Glasgow City Archives, and we are indebted to the staff for their interest and support.
Renfrewshire Family History Society    The society exists to promote the study of Family History, based on the County of Renfrewshire encompassing Abbey Parish, Cathcart, Eaglesham, Erskine Eastwood, Greenock, Houston & Killellan Inchinnan, Inverkip, Kilbarchan, Kilmacolm, Lochwinnoch, Mearns, Neilston, Paisley, Port Glasgow and Renfrew.
Scottish Association of Family History    The Scottish Association of Family History Societies promotes and encourages the study of Scottish family history, and provides a forum for the exchange of information among members. Our membership includes all established family history societies in Scotland, as well as several national and regional bodies throughout the world.
The Scottish Genealogy Society    Features details of library holdings, online ordering of publications (census reports, monumental inscriptions, Jacobites, sasines and many more) and online resources.

Glesca Pals    Memories and photos of Glasgow.
Statistical Accounts    Read about your ancestors locality.

National Library of Scotland Map Images    Very useful old Ordinance Survey maps showing families and places.
Old-maps    Old-Maps is the UK's most comprehensive historical map archive comprising site centred historical maps covering England, Wales and Scotland. We provide a complete step by step picture of land use changes that have taken place from the mid-19th Century onwards, from OS County Series, OS Town Plans and post-war National Grid mapping to unique Russian Maps of UK target locations from the cold-war era.

GENUKI -- UK and Ireland Genealogy    GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.
National Library of Scotland    The National Library of Scotland (NLS) has many useful journals and books with some holdings in a digital format.
The National LIbrary of Scotland, an introduction to Scottish family history    The National Library of Scotland has a wide range of genealogical resources that may interest you. These pages provide a brief overview of some of the types of material we have available.

National Archives of Scotland -- Guides    Contains OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue.
Talking Scot    TalkingScot has been set up as a meeting place for people with an interest in Scottish genealogy, history and culture. In the finest Scottish tradition, we extend a welcome to all, and ask you to join us. If you wish to post, then you must register as a member. If you wish merely to browse, please look around. Many of our members are acknowledged experts in their fields, and are able to offer advice and assistance. Many are newcomers, looking for a little help in their quest to trace their ancestry. And some just pop in to have a chat, and read the stories.
Visit Scotland    Published by the Scotland's National Tourism Organization but still contain a great deal of information regarding Scottish ancestry.

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