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Subject: [GM-L] Early Scottish Books Go Online
Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2003 14:26:15 EDT
More than 100 early Scottish printed genealogies and related books are now
online. These digital copies, full-text, every word searchable books are
available 24/7 for researchers. Most of these titles are 150 to 200 years old.
This extraordinary opportunity for genealogists is only part of what is
available on the Godfrey Memorial Library's website. These are exact digital copies
of the published books. Godfrey Scholars may access these records 24/7 in the
Library or from home.
These materials are prepared by ProQuest and ARE AVAILABLE in many libraries.
Contact your library to see if they are available in your area. If your
library does not offer them, then you can call (860) 346-4375 for a Godfrey Scholar
This Scottish collection includes titles like:
Mackay, Robert. History of the house and clan of Mackay : containing for
connection and elucidation, besides accounts of many other Scottish families, a
variety of historical notices, more particularly of those relating to the
northern division of Scotland during the most critical and interesting periods :
with a genealogical table of the clan. Edinburgh: Printed for the author by A.
Jack & Co., 1829, 600pp.
Symson, David. A Genealogical and historical account of the illustrious name
of Stuart : from the first original, to the accession to the imperial crown of
Scotland. Edinburgh: Printed for Mr. David Freebairn and Mr. Henry Knox,
Anderson, John. Historical and genealogical memoirs of the house of Hamilton
: with genealogical memoirs of the several branches of the family
Edinburgh: J. Anderson, Jun., 1825, 501pp.
The commissariot record of Edinburgh, register of testaments.
Edinburgh: British Record Society, Scottish Section, 1897, 309pp.
Malcolm, David. Genealogical memoir of the most noble and ancient house of
Drummond : and of the several branches that have sprung from it, from its first
founder, Maurice, to the present family of PerthEdinburgh: Printed for G.
Maxwell, and A. Constable & Co. by Mundell, Doig, & Stevenson, 1808, 280pp.
Steuart, Henry. The genealogy of the Stewarts refuted : in a letter to Andrew
Stuart, Esq. M.P. Edinburgh: Printed for Bell & Bradfute ;, 1799, 185pp.
There are over 100 titles.
Thomas Jay Kemp
Godfrey Memorial Library
134 Newfield Street
Middletown, CT 06457-2534
Web site: http://www.godfrey.org