The St. Louis Genealogical Society
The St. Louis Genealogical Society promotes family history research by providing educational and research opportunities, offering community services, and collecting, preserving, and publishing genealogical and historical records.
The St. Louis Genealogical Society is the largest local genealogical society in the nation. It is renowned in genealogical circles for its excellence in programming, resources, and membership services.
Ancestry (Subscription-Based Site)
The National Archives of Scotland
Based in Edinburgh, the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) exists to select, preserve, and make available the national archives of Scotland in whatever medium, to the highest standards; to promote the growth and maintenance of proper archive provision throughout the country; and to lead the development of archival practice in Scotland.
The NAS also holds historical records created by businesses, landed estates, families, churches and other corporate bodies. Every year tens of thousands of people from all over the world use the NAS's services to carry out research, seek advice on record keeping, and enhance the learning and teaching of history.
The official government source for genealogical data for Scotland.
We are a Scottish Genealogy Company researching for over 20 years into Scottish Ancestry. We are based in Central Scotland and conduct all of our research out of New Register House in Edinburgh. We offer different packages to suit specific needs and budgets to bring your families past alive.
Rootsweb (Free Site)