Monday, 8 March 2010

Discover my Past Scotland 17 now on sale

The latest issue of the online Brightsolid produced magazine Discover my Past Scotland is now on sale for the gorgeously attractive price of £2.50.

In this issue, John Hannavy looks at the role of photography is special family occasions, Ruth Symes continues with the Edinburgh Annals, Caroline Makein looks at the history of the East Neuk of Fife, Michelle Higgs shows how to research Scottish men of the cloth, whilst Katie Howard shows how to trace Montrose based ancestors.

Yours truly provides articles on how to bridge the gap from Scotland back across the Irish Sea, and a look at the King James VI Hospital in Perth, as well as the regular news and reviews, whilst all the other features are also present including your Q&As, events guide, Bygone Days and more.

£2.50 will get you a large cafe latte, or a dose of Scottish genealogical bliss - you decide! :)


Available now from www.discovermypast.co.uk.

Chris

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