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Scottish Indexes Conference XI
The Scottish Indexes Conference is designed to help you trace your family tree. The schedule can be downloaded from our website www.scottishindexes.com so that you can plan your day.

Here's what we have coming up on 10 July 2021:

'Sharing Shetland Surnames' by Susan Cooper & Alan Beattie

‘Tracing Scottish Women’ - by Kirsty Wilkinson, Genealogist

'Member's Story: Diana Rae' by Jennifer Jolly

‘Tracing Scottish Ancestors Before 1855’ - by Alison Spring, Genealogist

'The Stones of Seafield: exploring monumental inscription in Edinburgh's Seafield Cemetery' by Emma Jolly, Genealogist

Genealogy Q&A hosted by genealogists Graham and Emma Maxwell

‘Merchant and Craft Records’ - by Dr. Irene O’Brien, senior archivist at Glasgow City Archives

'Overcoming Brickwalls: Case Studies' by Emma Maxwell, Genealogist

Jul 10, 2021 07:00 AM in London

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Speakers

Emma Maxwell
Genealogist @scottishindexes.com
Emma Maxwell is a genealogist based in Central Scotland. Emma runs the popular Scottish genealogy resource website www.scottishindexes.com along with her husband and fellow genealogist, Graham Maxwell. Their website offers free indexes to Scotland's Criminal Database, Scottish Mental Health Records, the Scottish Paternity Index and more.
Alison Spring
Genealogist @Scottish Ancestral Research: Genealogy Detective
Alison has been looking for ancestors for over 40 years. She enjoys sharing what she's learnt with others in talks, magazine articles, classes, and her Frugal Family Historian blog where she advocates tracing your family tree without breaking the bank. https://scotsancestors.blogspot.com/
Kirsty Wilkinson
Genealogist
Kirsty F. Wilkinson has worked as a professional genealogist since 2006 and holds an MSc in Genealogical, Palaeographical and Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde. After successfully running her own family history research business for over ten years, Kirsty joined AncestryProGenealogists, the research division of Ancestry.com, in 2017 where she continues to specialise in Scottish research. Kirsty’s first book, ‘Finding Your Scottish Ancestors: Techniques for Solving Genealogy Problems’ was published by Robert Hale in 2020.