Sunday, 2 May 2010

Discover my Past Scotland 19 now on sale

The May issue of online genealogy magazine Discover my Past Scotland (number 19) is now on sale at, and as usual, is packed with goodies.

John Hannavy looks at how our forebears lived off the land, Michelle Higgs delves into the records of Friendly Societies, Wendy Glass looks at 600 years golf (a good walk ruined? you decide!), Frank Bruce examines the changes in Scottish shopping habits across time, Ruth Symes ploughs through the Edinburgh Annals, Katie Howard visits Elgin, and yours truly reports from Who Do You Think You Are? Live with all the latest developments amongst the movers and shakers (and groovers and Quakers) from genealogical vendors and societies - and there's even a pic of me eating an ice cream bought by the lovely Liz Blatchford, so don't complain you don't get value for money! :) Plus all the usual Q&As, diary dates, news and reviews.

It's enough to make a grown genealogist weep and available for only £2.50 (read online or download in PDF format)...

Professional genealogical problem solving and research
Researching Scottish Family History (New book)

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