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New Scottish Census
Do you have Scottish ancestors?
Perhaps you do and you just didn't know! Search our brand new Scottish census records today and discover if you have Scottish roots.
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When entering your information in the Trying to Find board please give as much information as possible. *Be specific about location and dates eg"I am searching for any Bloggs..." This is vague and will not get you many replies unless the surname is extremely unusual *Type your surname in CAPITAL LETTERS! As the message boards get longer it is easier to spot a surname if it is in upper case *Give a town or county where your surname is known to have lived. eg "I am looking for BLOGGS who are/lived in Hertfordshire" This narrows the search down so that if there is a BLOGGS reading your message they will know if your information or request is likely to match theirs. *List any dates known I am currently transcribing the 1891 census for Hendon, Middlesex and regularly visit Nottingham and Derby Record office. Please contact me if you require a free look up ( no more than 2 names please)