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and the Genealogical Society of Utah. Online indexes are searchable through a number of fields, and results are displayed with unique reference numbers and location of the records. There is a digital archive of a range of records including emigration, tax, military and court records. The site is still being constructed and more online records will follow.

SCOTTISH DOCUMENTS [w] www.scottishdocuments.com

This is the e-commerce website for the Scottish Archive Network, where you can purchase copies of records. Currently this is limited to wills but it has more than 520,000 of them in a fully searchable index dating from 1500 to 1901. Colour digital images can be bought for £5. There is a handwriting guide and a list of famous Scots, each with its own

SCOTTISH ARCHIVE NETWORK: As the website's strapline says, this provides 'Internet access to the written history of Scotland'

biography and images. There is also a useful Research Tools section containing history and occupations. Definitely worth a visit if you're researching Scottish roots.

SCOTTISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY [w] www.scotsgenealogy.com

This is a neat site for the Scottish Genealogy Society that provides the visitor with a wide range of Society-related information (including membership, map, library times) as well as publishing a number of interesting articles, leaflets and illustrations generated from its publication, The Scottish Genealogist, and from its own library sources.

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