National Library of Scotland digitised books

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The National Library of Scotland has digitised a series of books relating to the history of Scottish families.

http://digital.nls.uk/histories-of-scottish-families/pageturner.cfm?id=93506071

in The Tree House by Christine Searle G2G6 Mach 3 (36.9k points)
Those are great resources, thanks for posting!
This gives a good selection of Scottish family histories some more reliable than others when good primary source records are included. Another good source of Scottish reference books is archive.org which also has a good number of Scottish Record Society books pre -1920. That source also has books on charters of many Scottish Abbeys, the Register of the Great Seal (exept Vol.i but does have Robertson Index of Charters ), Farquharson's Genealogical Connections and other useful source books.
Thanks for the link.

It's annoying when the only hints are printed by and published by :)

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Posted to Kitty's Library page 03:52CST 9 June 2016. JPVIV

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Kitty%27s_Library .

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Also added to Scottish Clans Project page.

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