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Do you need help learning how to do something in the Scotland Project? We are here to help! The dedicated members listed below are happy to volunteer their time to assist you.
- Amy Gilpin - I'm available to help new and established members find answers to their questions about the Scotland Project, and WikiTree as a whole.
- Mark Sutherland-Fisher - Like Amy I am happy to assist both new and established members with questions they may have on Scottish profiles. In particular for anyone with a question about Scottish Clans, the Scottish Aristocracy and Gentry or "protocol" on Wikitree profiles, I will do my best to help.
- Bobbie Hall - I love writing bios, with sources as well integrated as possible (inline citations). My research has been into the "common man," the miners, farmers, seamen and small merchants. I love to ferret out the small bits of information that give colour to the lives of these people. I'm more than happy to help with ideas on how to make your research subjects shine.
- Jackie Prentice -My thing is building Bio's to make profiles as full as possible. Also willing to help point people in the right direction for sources, and help with stumbling blocks.
- Sarah Mason - I am always happy to help. If I don't know the answer, I will track down someone who does. I love researching and I find puzzle solving very satisfying, which is why I enjoy Connecting.
- Doug McCallum - I'm an OCD researcher and willing to help where I can. My approach is to teach others how to find resources and to use them once they do.
- Jen Hutton - I enjoy playing detective, working on 'cold case' files. If you need an assist with finding sources, making connections, or creating bios that make the subject feel 'real'....please message me, I'd be happy to help. I also have a pre-1500 badge, so if you have details (reliably sourced) you'd like to see added to an ancestor's profile....message me!