Sunday, 1 February 2009

Interest in Scottish family history on the increase

A feature in today's Scotland on Sunday discusses the current popularity of genealogy in Scotland, and includes an interview with deputy registrar general Paul Parr of the GROS in Edinburgh.

The article confirms that representatives from both the Mitchell Library and the Burns Centre in Kilmarnock have recently paid a visit to the new family history centre in Dundee to see how they have set themselves up.

The full piece can be read at http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/scotland/Family-tree-craze-spreads-its.4934364.jp.

Chris

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