Do you want to learn how to trace your family history? Have you made a start but need some tips on how to proceed? Or perhaps you are an experienced researcher who is keen to discover new skills and new records. Whatever your experience level, you are welcome at the Scottish Indexes Conference.
This is a free and time-zone friendly event. We show all presentations between 7 am UK time and 3 pm UK time, then we start again and show all presentations again between 3 pm and 11 pm. This means that if you are in New Zealand or Australia you can join us on your evening of Saturday 26 November. If you are on the east coast of America the 3 pm session begins at 10 am your time. A full schedule will be posted in a variety of time zones so that you can plan your day.
'Criminal Portraits' - Phil Astley
'Tracing Your Irish Ancestors Through Land Records' - Chris Paton
'Homes fit for Heroes: 1919 Act houses in the 1921 census' - Kay Williams
'From the Hebrides to Mississippi - The Crofter's Son' - Alison Spring
'Stones and numbers tell their stories' - Jane Harris
'The Disruption of 1843' - Jennifer Jolly
'Records of the Kelso Dispensary' - Andrew Armstrong
'Scottish High Court Records' - Emma Maxwell