Updated June 14, 2016
A ScotlandGenWeb Project
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Welcome....my name is Barbara Lewis and I am the volunteer host for Dunbartonshire County GenWeb pages. I do not live in Scotland, so I cannot help you with local information. But there may be folks on the Dunbartonshire Mailing list who can. (See Mailing Lists below) If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments regarding this site, please contact me at : email@example.com
Arrochar * Bonhill * Cardross * Cumbernauld * Dumbarton * Kilmaronock
Kirkintilloch * Luss * New Kilpatrick * Old Kilpatrick * Rhu (or Rho) * Roseneath
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Researching in Dunbartonshire--UK Genealogy
Dunbartonshire Links on Cyndi's List
Dunbartonshire UK, Surnames and Genealogy
Dunbartonshire Queries on "Cousin Connect"
Dunbartonshire, Scotland: Parish and Probate Records on Ancestry.com
East Dunbartonshire Map-University of Dundee (Crown Copyright)
West Dunbartonshire Map-University of Dundee (Crown Copyright)
The UK Street Map Page
Scotland Active map
Map of New Scottish Council Regions
,,,,,,and more of the castle
Dumbarton and its Castle
Dumbarton Castle (history)
Welcome To Loch Lomond
Photos and Accomodations
Trossachs and Callander Tourist Information, Scotland
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
Dunbartonshire Family Home Pages
My Gillon Home Page
Gillon, Hay, Galbraith, McDiarmid and other surnames
Andersons of Smithston, Dunbartonshire & Their Descendants".
Please contact this host if you have, or know
of a Family Home Page
featuring a Dunbartonshire family.
The aim of the Scotland Birth, Death and Marriage Exchange is to provide genealogists with a free resource for sharing information about details contained on civil and parish registrations in Scotland. This includes certified or micrographic copies, inspections and transcriptions of registrations of births, baptisms, deaths, burials, marriages and banns.
Gazeteer for Scotland
Scotland Genealogical Reference Information
Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society
Access to the 1851 Census index of Glasgow & surrounding area
Cyndi's List of Scotland Sites
Census and Vital records for a fee
Volunteers and Look-ups
BRITISH ISLES GENWEB PROJECT
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