Have you wanted tips on how to research your Scottish ancestry? Or learn what to see and do on a genealogy tour of Scotland?
What: Tips on Researching Scottish Genealogy in Scotland
When: 1pm, 13 Apr 2019
Cost: Free, public welcome
Where: First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall
235 S. 5th W.
You’re invited to a talk on researching Scottish genealogy in Scotland.
I’ll be sharing my experiences with Scotland’s People, various Scottish libraries, travel, where to stay, eat, and fascinating places to visit in Edinburgh, Glasgow, and more. Learn how to start your journey into Scottish genealogy. Hosted by the Bitter Root Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
You’ll learn when to rent a car, when to take the train, how to book a seat in Scotland’s People, where to look for information, when should you go, when to hire a professional genealogist, how to prepare for your genealogy trip, what to take with you, and more…
During our time together, I’ll share how much I was able to learn including a surprise discovery! Slide presentation with gorgeous photography will help you see and feel Scotland as well as enjoy a bit of sightseeing and culture. Tips for traveling with family and still getting your genealogy research done!
From Glasgow to Edinburgh, Oban to the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, the ancient Sweetheart Abbey to Brig O’ Doon, we’ll travel Scotland together gathering history along the way.