heads up - informative Scottish conference online right now
Yesterday I was getting ready to watch a webinar about Scottish Wills when I discovered there was a Scottish conference happening right then. I started watching and it was excellent and had to make the choice so didn’t see the other webinar. What is so great now is that you too can watch the whole presentation online – but just for a very short time!
If like us, your Thanksgiving (in Canada!) is without your family physically with you, here’s something to help chase the blues away.
Happy (different) Thanksgiving, Sue Visser
Here is the link to the recording: https://www.facebook.com/emma.maxwell.5817/videos/1578199079019252
To help you out here are the starting times of each presentation on the recorded video. Just use the slider to fast forward to the presentation you want to watch
12:00 (12 minutes in) - ‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson
57:00 (57 minutes in) - ‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele
1:59:00 (1 hour 59 minutes in) 'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton
3:10:00 (3 hours 10 minutes in) ‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell
3:54:00 (3 hours and 54 minutes in) 'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien
5:00:00 (5 hours in) Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell
5:57:00 (5hours and 57 minutes in) 'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray
6:35:00 (6 hours and 35 minutes in) ‘Using DNA To Solve Adoption and Unknown Parentage Mysteries’ by Michelle Leonard
These were the speakers yesterday:
'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life' by Chris Paton, genealogist at www.scotlandsgreateststory.co.uk and author of ‘Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry through Church and State Records’, available here.\
'Genealogy in the Glasgow City Archives' by Dr Irene O'Brien, senior archivist at Glasgow City Archives.
‘Highlights from the Highland Archive Service’ by Lorna Steele, of the Highland Archive Centre.
‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors on Ancestry’ by Kirsty Wilkinson, genealogist and author of 'Finding Your Scottish Ancestors: Techniques for Solving Genealogy Problems'.
‘Using Scottish Asylum Records’ by Emma Maxwell, Genealogist at Scottish Indexes.
'Fife Family History Society' by Ali Murray, Chair of Fife Family Society.
Genealogy Q&A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell