No need to stop your family history research. We have moved our Scottish Assistance service online for 21 May.
With the GSV education centre being closed during May, the Scottish Assistance in the Library service, which was scheduled for Thursday 21 May, will now be available to members online, free of charge.
To register an interest and book a 30 minute time slot for 21 May, please email the GSV on email@example.com providing a contact phone number and your GSV membership number. The one-on-one consultation will take place on either FaceTime or Skype, and you will be contacted in advance to finalise the arrangements. Bookings are available from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm.
A case of 'breaking bad'
Just after my last post and Clive Luckman's article about the usefulness of Police Gazettes, I had a note yesterday that a cousin had found a long-lost great aunt of ours in a Police Gazettes notice. She had disappeared and had neither married or died in any Australian State (as far as we had found)!
My great grandfather had reported her or had her charged as a vagrant - perhaps hoping to find her.
An instance of her 'breaking bad' giving us a good break in our sleuthing.
And what is an 'ulster' Off to the internet!