Excellent resources Rob, thank you for sharing your work.
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From: Rob D [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 8:05 PM
Subject: [FER-GOLD] Part 2 Ulster-Scots websites
This list of Ulster-Scots sites may be of use. Any views expressed on these
sites are the writer's.
The British county boundaries were changed in 1974. A map of the older
counties of England, Scotland and Wales can be found at
The Scottish Migration to Ulster in the Reign of King James I (including a
map of the undertakers home areas in Scotland)
Ulster Scots online (community forum) http://www.ulster-scots.co.uk/
Ulster Scots Voices (from BBC Northern Ireland) hear the spoken language
Ulster-Scots Agency www.ulsterscotsagency.com/
Looking at the Scotch-Irish from a North American viewpoint
Scotch-Irish and Ulster Scots Family Research
'The Scot in British North America' by W.J. Rattray B.A. Toronto 1880
is a very good site for all things Scottish.
Welcome to Canada's Ulster Scots
Migration Timelines: Ulster-Scots and Irish Famine Passengers
The Scots/Irish Immigration of the 1700s.
University of Ulster-Scots Studies
'The People with No Name', a book on the Ulster-Scots in North America, is
available on pdf at
An article on Medieval Scotland in summary on pdf at
Official government source of genealogical data for Scotland (free surname
search then pay)
Scottish Archive site (part free, part pay) including Scottish Documents
A site on the reivers, the bandits who prowled the border area between
England and Scotland and who emigrated to Fermanagh and Tyrone- can be found
GENUKI and GENWEB sites are available for most Scottish counties.
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