Friday, June 27, 2008

Trace your Scotland family ancestors with our new website page


If your family name is Bruce, well you should be hailed as a descendant of Scotland's great Hero, who won the War of Independance from England at the famous Batttle of Bannockburn. You might find your ancestors statue, near Stirling.
If your family name is Forbes then for some reason your name is searched far more frequently than any other in Google, I mean 15 times more than the next popular Scottish name.
We've put up a new page in our website to help people find their ancestors.
We have surveyed the biggest family tree websites in some depth and reported on the best ones, all summarised in one page.
Here are some other historical pages and the best pages for Tourists.

The Viking battle in Glencoe
The true story of the Glencoe massacre
mystery of king robert the bruce and ardchattan priory
the knights templar in argyll
the battle of bannockburn
Over 20 totally different walks in this area
Winter skiing in Glencoe and at Fort William Glen Nevis
Scottish mountain navigation Winter and Summer
Tourist information glencoe and ballachulish
Facilities for visitors to glencoe, appin and lochaber
Easy munro hill walks
Most people can just walk up Ben Nevis
This guide helps you to find your ideal Scottish holiday cottage + 26 properties

1 comment:

Dagny said...

Great blog! I'm Scottish Irish and always trying to find information that traces our family history back.

Thanks,
Dagny
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