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Thread: Family History Enquiries

  1. #21
    dtlinshart@aol.com Guest

    Default Another up and coming site is Scotland BDM Exchange

    http://www.sctbdm.com/search.php

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Fernie View Post
    The North Highland Archive can help with family history enquiries, please email us
    at north.highlandarchive@highland.gov.uk

    North Highland Archive Pages on Caithness.org are at -
    http://www.caithness.org/community/m.../nha/index.htm

    Highland Council Genealogy Centre
    http://www.highland.gov.uk/educ/publ.../genealogy.htm

    Scottish Archives Network website
    http://www.scan.org.uk

    National Register of Archives
    http://www.nra.nationalarchives.gov.uk/nra/

    National Archives of Scotland
    http://www.nas.gov.uk/

    See Also
    Genealogy Links On Caithness.org at-
    http://www.caithness.org/links/geneaology.htm

    Family History - A limited section on Caithness.org
    http://www.caithness.org/history/fam...tory/index.htm

    Caithness Family History Society
    http://www.caithnessfhs.org.uk/

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    Default BMD exchange

    I've got McAfee SiteAdvisor on my pc, which helps identify "problem" sites with a simple "Traffic lights system".
    Green: no significant problems, Amber: exercise caution. Red: more problematic.
    BMD exhange gets the green light!
    However, there's a similarly named site, BMD Certifcate Exchange that's RED.

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    Brilliant site for anyone looking for family with Sutherland connections.

    http://www.countysutherland.co.uk/

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    Thank you for this information, very much appreciated!

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    Question Enquiry re Walter G Cormack, father of Margaret Green Cormack from Wick

    Hello Bill,

    Greetings from West Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. I have only found your site and forum today, resulting from in-depth research for a Family History site building project, I am hosting. More concisely, one of my great uncles Archer Angus Skinner, born in Victoria in 1890 and served in WW1, married Margaret Green Cormack ( aunty Rita ) in Leith in 1918, before they resettled permanently near Melbourne.

    My access to your country's records is quite limited from here, however if my notes are accurate, I believe aunty Rita was born in Wick, to Walter G Cormack (born c1855) and Maggie N. McAlpin in 1889 (born 1859). Rita graduated in 1915 at Edinburgh University with a Master of Arts, and the Uni has just posted a photo I have of her on her graduation day. I have a copy of their marriage certificate, and their marriage bore no children, however I am very intrigued by some old unlabelled photos of Rita, shown with 2 girls whom to my eye, may well easily be sisters.

    If I may add, my eyes nearly popped our of my head when I found one of your old Forum archives, mentioning a Walter Cormack, lodged by a P Cormack.

    I would really appreciate any leads you may be able to relay back to me, in regard to this enquiry.
    In the mean time. warm regards from chilly Victoria, and thanks for your time.
    K. J. Mixo Sydenham
    Host of www.skinner.org.au

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