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SCOTTISH DIRECTORIES


over 12,00 webpages on Scotland
http://www.electricscotland.com


for every thing about Scotland
http://www.rampantscotland.com



BARONY OF CARTSBURN

Barony of Cartsburn


Inverclyde Council


Cartsburn Enterprise Zone


RAILSCOT Photographs of Cartsburn



BARONAGE of SCOTLAND

The Convention of the Baronage of Scotland


Forms of Address (Barons)


The Royal Barony of Blackhall


The Baron Courts of Prestoungrange & Dolphinstoun


The Baronies of Fulwood & Dirleton


The Barons of Bachuil


The Barony of Coigach


The Barony of Cowdenknowes


The Barony of Craigie


The Lordship & Barony of Holydean


The Lordship & Barony of Kilmarnock



CLAN SOCIETIES and ASSOCIATIONS

The Council of Scottish Armigerous Clans and Families


COSCA - Council of Scottish Clans and Associations


Clan Macpherson Association


The Clan Duncan Society


The Clan Sinclair Association Canada


The Clan Moffat website



BURNS SOCIETIES

The remarkable Dalry Burns Club 1825


The Dumbarton Burns Club 1859



CASTLES and MONUMENTS

Balgonie Castle, Fife


The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland



LEISURE IN SCOTLAND

Poetry, Songs and Writers of Scotland



OTHER REFERENCES

Burke's Peereage


National Library of Scotland - digital maps


General Register Office for Scotland


Scotland's General Registry Office in Edinburgh for births deaths and marriages


Scotland's castles


Ardverikie, originally belonging to Macpherson of Cluny, and painted by Queen Victoria during her stay there, now known as "Glenbogle House" to the 60 million people who are reported to have watched "Monarch of the Glen"


The British Royals' site


Glasgow's premier piping school (which includes comfortable hotel facilities close to Glasgow town centre


The Scots daily


The Edinburgh Tattoo for pageant and splendour


Understanding Scots heraldry


Including articles on the Scottish feudal barony


The Scots genealogical website


Design your own tartan


Would you like to know who owns Scotland?


Directly search the Mormon's site for your ancestors


Families and septs: an instructive article by the Rothesay Herald


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