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Clan Fergus(s)on Merchandise and Products  

ScotClansa website dedicated to Scottish Clans, Scottish Tartans and historical information.

Use the code “Ferg 09” when checking out to get 5% discount 

www.scotclans.com‎

 

Clan Ferguson New Zealand – Clann Fhearghuis  

www.clannfhearghuis.com

 Clan Fergus(s)on Society of North America  

www.cfsna.net

 Fergus(s)on DNA Project 

www.dna.cfsna.net

Nederlandse Clan Fergusson

 http:\\home.wxs.nl/~fergmare

 Ceol Sean –  Fergusson’s Bagpipe Melodies –William Fergusson was a student of Farquhar MacRae, and went on to become Pipe Major of the City of Glasgow Pipe Band.  He led the band in winning several major competitions in the 1920’s, including the World Championships in 1921, 1922, 1923 and 1925. This collection was compiled by P/M Wm. Fergusson in 1939, and is a nice collection of light music, including his march “Kintara to El Arish”.

 

*National Archives of Scotland (NAS)- The NAS also holds historical records created by businesses, landed estates, families, churches and other corporate bodies. Every year tens of thousands of people from all over the world use the NAS’s services to carry out research, seek advice on record keeping, and enhance the learning and teaching of history.

 

 *ScotlandsPeople ScotlandsPeople is one of the largest online sources of original genealogical information. If you are researching UK genealogy, your Scottish ancestry or building your Scottish family tree, ScotlandsPeople have almost 90 million records to look through.

 

 *National Library of Scotland The National Library of Scotland is Scotland’s largest library and the world centre for the study of Scotland and the Scots

*Scottish tartansScotland clans heritage from Scotland on Line – Scotland on Line have teamed up with the Scottish Tartans World Register to bring you the complete Register of all Publicly Known Tartans online, which includes details and images of over 2800 tartans.

 

*The Scottish Archive NetworkThe Scottish Archive Network was formed in August 1999 to improve access to Scotland’s archives by utilising recent advances in computer and digital imaging technology, the Internet and the expertise of Scotland’s professonal archivists

 

 *RCAHMS- Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

RCAHMS now holds over 5 million drawings, photographs, negatives and manuscripts relating to Scotland’s archaeology, buildings and maritime heritage, and, through the National Collection of Aerial Photography,

 

 *Ancestral Scotland SearchFamily history research centred on the Scottish Borders.

 

 *FamilySearch.org Discover your family history. Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources.

 

 *Scottish Places Gazetteer for Scotland Scottish Towns Villages, Places

 

 *SCTBDM – Scotland Genealogya free Scottish family history resource of Births Deaths and Marriages Exchange for Scotland ~ a free resource for Scotland genealogy and Scottish family history. For anyone researching their family history in Scotland

 

 *Electric ScotlandElectric Scotland is a very large site about the history of Scotland, the Scots and Scots-Irish and people and places around the world of Scottish descent. It has information on Scottish clans and families. You’ll also find a great gazetteer of Scotland as well as travel information with loads of books about places in Scotland. Learn about our famous Scottish regiments, sports, farming, and loads more.

 

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