Heritage, Arts and Culture Links

  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission - The Commission is a maintenance organisation dealing with the graves, cemeteries and memorials commemorating those Commonwealth servicemen and women who died during the two world wars.
  • Family Search - Find out how: to start your Family Search; search for your ancestors in the vast collections; view maps, forms and guides; get guidance on how to search for your ancestors.
  • Historic Scotland - Details of Scotland's listed buildings and scheduled ancient monuments.
  • LIBINDX - For tracing your roots in Moray.
  • Lossie Fowk - As Jim Robertson puts it 'The main purpose of this Website is to allow Lossiemouth loons and quines from around the world to keep in touch, to find each other, to explore their roots and to share cherished recollections.
  • National Galleries of Scotland - Take a look at the current, future, touring and past exhibitions, view the calendar of events, plan your visit, browse through the online shop, view the dates for special lectures and lots more.
  • National Library of Scotland Maps - This map library is among the ten largest in the world - categories include: Maps of Scotland 1560-1928, Pont's Maps of Scotland 1583-1586 and 18th Century Military Maps of Scotland.
  • National Museums of Scotland - 'Shows Scotland to the World and the World to Scotland'.
  • National Records of Scotland - based in Edinburgh, the National Archives of Scotland has one of the most varied collection of archives in the British Isles. Holding archives spanning the 12th to 21st centuries, touching on virtually every aspect of Scottish life.
  • National Trust for Scotland - experience Scotland's heritage, castles, historic battle sites, stately homes and gardens.
  • Scotland's People - In association with the Scottish Records Office - you have to pay for online searches £6 for 30 'page credits.'
  • Scottish Archive Network -'Internet access to the written history of Scotland.' This is an extremely easy to use site with loads of information.

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