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Part Number: W8WORKHOUS_

Price: $9.95
Theworkhouse, detested and feared, evoked shame in those individuals who were forced to enter its walls.Theworkhouseis deeply embedded in folk memory; children were often warned by their parents that if they misbehaved they would be put intotheworkhouse. Kirsty Gray peers behindtheclosed doorsoftheworkhouse, exploringthevarious records available for unearthing ancestors intheworkhouse, and explains what life was like for its poor inmates.

59minutes, plus 2 pages of handouts. The recording is also included as part of themonthlyorannualmembership.
Part Number: WXSCOTIRSH_

Price: $9.95
Many Americans can trace their ancestry back to the British Isles. Some have even heard that their background was “Scotch-Irish”. We will focus on who these people were and where they came from in the British Isles.
This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on February 10, 2016. 1 hour 19 minutes, plus 5 pages of handouts.The recording is also included as part of the monthly or annual membership.
Part Number: WXIRE_SCOT_

Price: $9.95
Brenda Collins in her book, The Origins of Irish Immigration to Scotland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, claims that over 300,000 people from Ireland went to Scotland between 1790 and 1850. Another million fled Ireland and settled in Scotland and England during the second half of the 19th century. The new poor law records of Scotland contain incredible genealogical information about the people who ended up in this welfare system. This webinar will review the records one can find.
Part Number: WXINHERSCT_

Price: $9.95
This webinar will cover inheritance in Scotland and will explore wills, testaments and land records which are all useful in providing further evidence and documentation for your Scottish ancestors.
Part Number: WXSCOTTISH_

Price: $9.95
Scotland has a wealth of records available to assist you in researching your Scottish ancestry. Scottish statutory records of births, marriages and deaths began in 1855 and are available online together with census returns from 1841 - 1911. Other online records include Old Parish Records of baptisms, marriages and burials, records from Catholic archives and Scottish wills and testaments. Join our webinar to find out about these records and strategies to help you use these and other useful sources effectively in your research.