New and exclusive Scottish records now online – FindMyPast Fridays November 27, 2020

I checked last night and saw it posted. It usually shows up Thursday or Friday at shortened it a fair amount.

Here’s the direct link – New and exclusive Scottish records now online:

Niall Cullen 27 November 2020

We’re celebrating St Andrew’s Day with a major release of family records from Scotland.

If you’ve got Scottish heritage, you’ll be delighted by this week’s new records. We’ve also added even more military records and a bumper tranche of newspaper pages.

Throughout November, we’ve been honoring family heroes on Findmypast. Discover even more of their amazing legacies with this week’s brand new releases.

Scotland Monumental Inscriptions

Exclusive to Findmypast, we’ve added over 600,000 records to this important collection, making it the largest of its kind online.


This landmark release is the latest step in our drive to become the home of Scottish family history. Over the last year, we’ve added over 150 million new records from across the country, making Findmypast one of the best places online to research your Scottish family tree

Find out if your Caribbean ancestor fought for Britain in the First World War. We’ve added new rolls of honor from The Bahamas, Barbados, St Kitts & Nevis, and Bermuda.


Did your American ancestors make the ultimate sacrifice? Unlock their war stories with this poignant resource.

Held by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), these records can tell you your family heroes’ names, ranks, and parents’ details. This initial release covers the U.S. Navy. Records from the other arms of the military services will be added over time.

Now available in their own standalone record set, we’ve added even more service records from this famous regiment.




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