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Chris Paton

Scotland's Greatest Story

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Glasgow Genealogy Centre ; National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh ; National Records of Scotland ; Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast) ; The Burns Monument Centre (Kilmarnock) ; University of Glasgow Archives

1) Genealogy Without Borders; 2) British and Irish newspapers; 3) British censuses and substitutes; 4) Irish family history resources online; 5) Civil registration in the British Isles; 6) Discover Scottish Civil Registration Records; 7) Down and Out in Scotland: Researching Ancestral Crisis; 8) Discover Irish land records; 9) A beginner's guide to British and Irish genealogy; 10) Discover Scottish land records; 11) The Godly Commonwealth - Discover Scottish church records; 12) Discover Scottish family history; 13) Instantly Buckled for Life - Scottish Marriage Records; 14) Scottish burgh and trade incorporation records; 15) A Decade of Remembrance: Researching Ireland 1912-1923; 16) British Civilian POWs in the First World War; 17) Scottish research resources before 1800; 18) Understanding Scottish inheritance records; 19) There's Been a Murder - The Mount Stewart Murder of 1866; 20) Writing family history articles; 21) Using the internet and PRONI for Northern Irish research; 22) Tracing the Irish in Scotland; 23) The Weavers of Perth 24) An Irish house history

1) Researching Scottish Family History; 2) A Beginner's Guide to British and Irish Genealogy; 3) A Decade of Centenaries: Researching Ireland 1912-23; 4) British and Irish Newspapers; 5) Discover Irish Land Records; 6) Discover Scottish Church Records (2nd edition); 7) Discover Scottish Land Records (2nd edition); 8) Discover Scottish Civil Registration Records; 9) Down and Out in Scotland: Researching Ancestral Crisis; 10) Irish Family History Resources Online (2nd edition); 11) Tracing Your Family History on the Internet; 12) Tracing Your Irish Family History on the Internet; 13) The Mount Stewart Murder 14) Tracing Your Irish family History on the Internet (2nd ed) 15) Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry Through Church and State Records 16) Tracing Your Scottish Family History on the Internet

Member of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland's stakeholder forum. Member of the Scottish Genealogy Network.

If you are looking to hire someone to do some work on your family tree, I highly recommend @ChrisMPaton who finished a great report for me! (Colin MacDonald, Greenock); - Just a wee note to thank you so much for all of your hard work on our behalf in connecting my husband to the 18th Century poet James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd. We had always suspected there was a link but could never get through our brick wall. Thank you so much (Janet McQueen, Clackmannan); - Hi Chris, I just cant thank you enough for all the wonderful work you have done on the Rose Family. I am absolutely delighted!! You so obviously know just where to find everything and it is a pleasure to read (Bronwen Tickner, England); - The package arrived on Christmas Eve and was a great hit with my nephews who are interested in their forbears. They were fascinated when I handed them the folder and said, this is your family tree on your Playfair side, and you re in it! Two hours later and all I d heard was look, we were here, and we were there, and I didnt know?! it was great! (Susan Playfair, Cairo, Egypt); - Thanks for everything so far. I ve enjoyed hearing from you. Your reports are intelligent and informative a rare combination today when most people seem to have forgotten how to write! (Carol Fritz, Alabama, USA); - You are worth your weight in Laphroaig and dark chocolate!! I cant believe you found those baptisms, I really wasnt holding out much hope. Thank you once again I havent stopped smiling yet. My husband says he will toast you tonight with a large dram of 10 year Laphroaig (duty free)! (Ruth Blair, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada); - That was definitely an entertaining read!! (Scott Fleck, Nova Scotia, Canada); - I was immediately impressed with your accessability, and your prompt and detailed responses to my questions. Within an hour or two of each message sent off, you would respond with helpful information, and I really enjoyed reading the information you unearthed for me (Michael McQuary, Washington State, USA); - A wonderful research team, leaving no stone unturned. I recommend them highly to anyone who is looking for family in Scotland. Some things have been answered and as in Genealogy, some new questions have arisen. It s what makes this adventure so much fun (Maureen Marella, Las Vegas)

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