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High Street, Elgin, 1890s.

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FAMILY NAMES

  • Aberdeen and North East Scotland Family History Society
  • Curious Fox - Genealogy, Surnames, Family and Local History.

    GOVERNMENT SITES

  • Moray Council

    Elgin wedding celebration, c1836.

    LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS AND ARCHIVES

  • Moray Council - libraries and information services.
  • Moray Council - Museums.

    LOCAL WEBSITES

  • ELGIN - history and general information.
  • LOSSIEMOUTH - general information and history site.
  • LOSSIEMOUTH - Lossiefowk, site includes genealogical information.

    Moray / Elgin County map.

    MAPS, GAZETTEERS AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

  • Ordnance Survey maps - free online maps covering the period 1860-1870.
  • Town Plan of Elgin - surveyed 1868.
  • Town Plan of Forres - surveyed 1868

    MILITARY

  • Grave Location for Holders of the Victoria Cross in Grampian

    Lossiemouth Old Town (top left), Elgin 1904 (top right), New Street, Rothes (bottom left), Findhorn from Culbin Sands (bottom right)

    OTHER BITS AND PIECES

  • Moray Burial Ground Research Group - searchable index of "forgotten names" from Moray and Banff cemetery headstones.
  • IGI Batch Numbers for Moray

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