Scottish Genealogy has made some recent strides online in the past couple
of years. As time passes the amount of resources and genealogy data available
to Scottish researchers will expand greatly. I'll use this section of the site
to outline the available resources that are presently online, whether free or
through a subscription website.
New Scottish Genealogy Online
History of the County of Ayr, Scotland - Free
"With a genealogical account of the families of Ayrshire."
Hopton's Narrative of his
Campaign in the West (1642-1644) and Other Papers - Free
The papers included in this volume relating to the military affairs in
the western and southern counties of England were largely used by Lord
Clarendon in the preparation of his history.
Armorial Families: A Directory
of Gentlemen of Coat-Armour - Free
Enclosed in this massive manuscript are thousands of descriptions of Coats
of Arms of families in 1905 England and Scotland. Included with those
description will often be found colored coats of arms.
in America - Free
An attempt is here made to present certain Scotch Highland settlements
prior to the Revolution. These settlements form a very important and
interesting place in the early history of our country. While they may not have
occupied a very prominent or pronounced position, yet their exertions in
subduing the wilderness, their activity in the Revolution, and the wide
influence exercised by the descendants of these hardy pioneers, have brought
their history and achievements into notice.
Old Edinburgh - Free
Watkeys, Frederick William. Old Edinburgh; being an account of the ancient
capital of the Kingdom of Scotland, including its streets, houses, notable
inhabitants, and customs in the olden time. Published in 1908, at Boston, by
L.C. Page & Company.