Fw: BRITISH REGISTRATIONS
- Bill, I am not sure about Scotland. It would be best to email him and ask.
He is in London, I believe. All I know is that I get my certificates for
Britain in 10 days or less. Better than 2 or 3 weeks, or more, because I am
usually so excited about my new "find" that I want the certificate yesterday
if possible, and the cost is the same about 8 pounds. I must be a type
> Hi Kathy:http://www.afhs.ab.ca
> Thanks for that lead on a faster route to vital records. Does May
> provide that service for Scottish records too?
> William A. Campbell
> Calgary, Alberta, Canada
> > Thanks for that lead on a faster route to vital records. Does MayTwo ways of getting the Scottish certificates.
> > provide that service for Scottish records too?
> > Cheers
> > Bill
Scottish certificates can be ordered from the General Record Office in
However the FHC has some of the records on microfilm.
First you need to find your people in the General Index , then you either
can order the film with the record on it or fill out a SLC photo copy
request form . Note that some of the records are lost , my understanding
is that even the GRO doesn't have them. (somebody correct me if I am
Going to the parish records for the places that you find in the index is
the logical next step there.
Registers of births, marriages, and deaths, 1855-1875, 1881, 1891;
and general index, 1855-1956
Genealogical research service for North Americans from the Netherlands,
Belgium , Indonesia and the British Isles. Very reasonable rates.
Peter Jm van Schaik
237 Mount Blakiston Road West , Lethbridge
postal code ; T1K 6M8
Phone number 403 - 394 - 0063