Thursday, 12 May 2011

Genhound update

The Genhound website (www.genhound.co.uk) has been updated with some further records for England, and an article entitled The British Education System, though it is actually very much about the English system with only some parts relevant to the situation north of the border. (For a more detailed article on Scottish education, check out next month's Your Family History magazine, where an article I've written on the subject will be published.)

However, Genhound is worth another plug, as it has some land records for Scotland, mainly early sasine records, some services of heirs records for Roxburghshire and some registers of deeds, which I think is the only online presentation available for these (though open to correction on that!).

For more on what it holds on that see my earlier post at http://scottishancestry.blogspot.com/2010/07/genhound-scottish-records.html

Chris

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