I seem to have fallen over several Scottish items during the course of the past couple of days. Nothing too dramatic or earth-shattering, but worthy of mention all the same...
Blogger John Reid has brought to our attention the availability of Census Street Lists for Scotland (note the 'comment', too).
Next we have a little update to the 'Electric Scotland' website - see the relevant post on the ScottishGENES blog.
And Christine Woodcock brings us three handy recommendations, thus:
- Glasgow/Paisley National Health Service records;
- Scottish military records guidance/website;
- Scottish Brewing Archives.
The only other item of note from elsewhere in the British Isles take us back to John Reid's Anglo-Celtic Connections blog for news on the addition of more Cornwall PRs to the FamilySearch website.
We stay with John Reid's blog, and an interesting piece on the craft of transcription - see his intro (and link) here.
The History Man gives us a review of the James Clavell Library & Archives in Woolwich.
And it's back over the border and a nice piece by Chris Halliday entitled 'Memorials to Scotland's Last Witches' - rather appropriate for Halloween.