Sunday, 31 January 2010

Discover my Past Scotland issue 16 now on sale

The February issue of Discover my Past Scotland (issue 16) is now available at www.discovermypast.co.uk, packed with all the usual goodies.

John Hannavy looks at the Victorian fad for 'taking the waters', Sue Wilkes provides a profile of Sir Walter Scott, Michelle Higgs explores the lives of Scottish lighthouse keepers, Ruth Symes visit the kitchens of old to see what old Scottish recipes can say about your family, as well as starting a new series on the annals of Edinburgh, Katie Howard describes the resources available for Orkney research, and yours truly examines how to research death in all sorts of Scottish records, as well as providing the latest news and reviews from the Scottish genealogical scene.

Along with all the other regular features, such as Q&As, events listings, bygone days and more, it's £2.50 well worth spending!

Chris

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