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  • Angus veterans to trace regiments role

    Veterans from the Scottish regiment The Black Watch are being trained in a fascinating history project to research the stories of those who served with the regiment during the First World War.
    The old ...

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  • Family History at Glasgows Mitchell Library

    The Mitchell Library in Glasgow is Europe���s largest reference library. It holds a vast amount of material of great interest to genealogists, including census records, newspapers, old parish records, war re...

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  • Family History at Glasgow's Mitchell Library

    Elizabeth Carmichael, the Education Officer at Glasgow���s Mitchell Library, gives as an example from the archives just one of the resources available to visitors to the Mitchell ��� the Evening Times Roll o...

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  • Family History at Glasgow's Mitchell Library

    Elizabeth Carmichael, the Education Officer at Glasgow���s Mitchell Library, describes the resources available at the Mitchell, Europe���s largest reference library. The family history facilities are visited...

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  • Family History at Glasgow's Mitchell Library

    Dr O���Brien describes the next stage in the process of discovering family history at Glasgow���s Mitchell Library. After the starting points of birth, marriage and death records, census records and old pari...

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  • Family History at Glasgows Mitchell Library - Part 6

    Dr O���Brien explains more about the valuable resource that the Poor Law archive represents. She takes as an example the life of just one individual and shows the detail that can be extracted from the Poor L...

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  • Family History at Glasgows Mitchell Library

    The Mitchell Library in Glasgow, Scotland, is Europe���s largest reference library. It holds a vast amount of material of great interest to genealogists, including census records, newspapers, old parish reco...

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  • Diana Rigg visits Pittenweem and Anstruther

    The seventeenth-century sea captain's house in Pittenweem, in the East Neuk of Fife, forms part of the National Trust for Scotland's little houses scheme.

    Other examples are to be found in Dysart,...

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  • Shetland Museum and Archives

    The story of Britain's most northerly community, from its geological beginnings to the present day, is told in the Shetland Museum and Archives. Purpose-built on the restored Hay's Dock in Lerwick, the ��11....

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  • Vintage video: The first-ever STV Hogmanay show

    Archive footage of the 1957 Hogmanay show, the first to be broadcast by the newly formed Scottish Television.

    It is introduced by the producer Rai Purdy from the control room at Glasgow���s Theatr...

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