Scottish Family History Research
Your Scots Past offers professional research into your Scottish Ancestry covering all of Scotland but specialising in Angus (Forfarshire), Dundee and Perthshire.
Do you want to discover who your Scottish ancestors were, where they lived and what they did?
Combining a wide knowledge of the Scottish genealogical resources available, with a logical approach to problem solving and rigorous research skills you can be assured of a professional service.
Every family history will be different so we offer a range of services including tailor made packages or research at an hourly rate. Some of our services include:
- Fixed Price packages designed to research a specific line of your Scottish ancestry. For further details click here.
- Have you hit a brick wall in your own research? Sometimes a fresh look at the problem can help. Call us for a quote to review your findings and to identify some new records or directions that will help to progress your research.
- Or perhaps you live a distance from the Scottish records. We can search for and extract information from records held in local archives and at the National Records of Scotland in Edinburgh. We can also explain what the information means and when or why the records were created.
- We offer a transcription of early documents written in old handwriting. We can help you understand the meaning of Scots words, place names, dates and abbreviations.
- If you want to do the research yourself but don’t know where to start we also provide one to one tuition in your home.
- House and Business History Research. We can research the land, buildings, occupants and any stories of scandals that may be associated with the property.
- Are you looking for an unusual present? By commissioning a family or house history you can give a very unique, personalised gift for birthdays, Christmas and other special occasions.
- Have you always wanted to visit your ancestral home and find your roots? Working with Historic Holidays Scotland we offer workshops, guidance and accompanied research trips as part of their Scots Ancestry Holidays.