Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

3/12/2005

Every issue of The Scotsman from 1817 – 1950

To celebrate St Andrew’s Day and the first anniversary of The Scotsman Digital Archive, The Scotsman Publications is now offering you FREE access to the Archive for a limited time only. From NOW until 12pm GMT on the 7th December, you can search and read online every single article, picture and advertisement published in The Scotsman between 1817 and 1950.

You can use the Archive to explore your past. Information on marriages, births and deaths recorded in The Scotsman since the early 19th Century can help you find out more about your family ties and history. Or you might want to discover the history of Scotland and momentous world events. Read about the trial of Scotland’s most notorious murderers Burke and Hare (1829) or view first-hand accounts from survivors of the Titanic (1912). Whether it’s Custer’s last stand (1876) or the death of Sir Walter Scott (1832), the archive will have something for you.

If you sign up for the FREE trial you will also receive special subscription rates in December. Buy a one-month pass and you will receive one month FREE. Buy 6 months and you will receive 6 months access FREE. You can even purchase a year’s pass and receive an entire year FREE to the archive worth £159.95

The Archive’s search engine, similar to Google or Yahoo, uses standard search terms that get results. It is incredibly easy to use, fast and user- friendly.

Visit the archive now http://archive.scotsman.com to explore your past.
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