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Scottish Indexes Conference XIV
We schedule our day so that it is timezone friendly. It means you can join from Sydney, Australia or Michigan, USA and still interact with our speakers. We start at 7 am UK time and keep going until 11 pm UK time. Some people come and go through the day, others watch all day; it’s entirely up to you.

Download the schedule from www.scottishindexes.com.

Here are some of the presentations you can look forward to:

‘Tracing Jewish families in Scotland and Central/Eastern Europe’ by Michael Tobias

'Scottish Marriage: Instantly Buckled for Life’ by Chris Paton

‘Ae Fond Kiss and then we sever’ by Kirsty Wilkinson

'Tips for tracing your 18th century Scottish ancestors online' by Andrew Armstrong

‘Dundee's Tallest Tenement’ by Jennifer Jolly

‘Business Records for the Family Historian’ by Dr Irene O’Brien

‘Solving Brickwalls’ by Emma Maxwell

Genealogy Q & A hosted by Graham and Emma Maxwell

Dec 5, 2021 07:00 AM in London

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Michael Tobias
Bio: Michael is a co-founder and Board Member of Jewish Records Indexing – Poland (1995-); Vice President of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain (JGSGB 2019-); Honorary Research Fellow – Genealogical Studies, University of Strathclyde (2020-); Former Vice President, Programming of JewishGen, Inc (1995-2018). He was Database matching consultant to the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims. Michael was awarded the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies Lifetime Achievement award in Washington in 2011. He was awarded the OBE for services to the Jewish Community in the Queen’s New Year Honours List 2021.
Andrew Armstrong
Genealogist @relativelyscottish.com
Andrew took his lifelong hobby of genealogy to the next level with a Postgraduate Diploma in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde in 2012. He has been running Relatively Scottish, a genealogy business based in the Scottish Borders, since 2015. He specialises in the south of Scotland – Dumfries, Galloway and the Borders. His own ancestry includes the infamous Border Reivers of the 16th century. Andrew has previously presented at Scottish Indexes Conferences on several occasions on varied topics like Kelso Dispensary Records, Rentals of the Buccleuch Estates and Migration Patterns of Scottish Textile Workers.