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 NPFHG Research Room in Moulin Heritage Centre

OPEN  DAILY  2pm-4pm  May-Oct.

Not all of the volunteers on duty are able to assist with family history. To be certain of help with this please phone 01796 473071 in advance of your visit to make an appointment.

 

Old Oak Genealogy is a genealogy research service offered by Marigold Massie, who is based in Pitlochry. For further information and details of charges,  please contact Marigold by phone or e-mail.

Tel. 07999 656193 

e-mail: old-oak@hotmail.com

If you would prefer to consult her in person, she will  be on duty in the Research Room on Monday afternoons  2-4p.m..

 

28th Annual SAFHS Conference 2017 (click on link for details)

“Building Bridges: Making Connections”

22 April 2017, Kinghorn, Fife

 

ScotlandsPeople Vouchers

We have learnt that any ScotlandsPeople vouchers currently held may still be used on the new SP website, but no more vouchers will be issued.

  

War memorial, Pitlochry – information wanted.

Can you help?

One of our members, Donald Scott, is currently researching the people commemorated on the War Memorial, with a view to them being remembered as more than just names.   

In some cases there are several possible sets of records for men with the same initials, making it impossible to know which is correct. He would therefore be  grateful to hear from anyone with family knowledge, that might clarify the situation.

If you are able to help in any way, please get in touch using the contact form on this website.  

 

New on www.borenich.co.uk

(copied from a thread on Rootschat.com)

We are starting to index those mentioned in the Dunkeld Testaments (wills) of people who died in the parish of Blair Atholl. 

The Scottish Record Society published a book of the Testaments and Inventories including many which are not on the ScotlandsPeople website. As many people are not aware that this is available on-line, we have added a hyperlink on our trial web-page:

http://www.borenich.co.uk/Dunkeld_Testaments.html

  

Session Minutes of Blair Atholl Parish  from 1718.

You may be interested to know that these have been transcribed and are now available on the Borenich website.

http://www.borenich.co.uk/Session_Minutes_1718.html

The 1741 Session Minutes are in progress, but available for the first 7 months at:

http://www.borenich.co.uk/Session_Minutes_1741.html