Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

30/5/2012

Catalogues and indexes

Each collection of records held by the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) has a catalogue or index to help you find the right material whether it’s a file or a single document.

Catalogues are lists of archives according to where they came from and when they were created (their provenance). The catalogues have an alpha-numeric reference system, for example HD4/5.
Indexes by surname, placename or topic are sometimes made of certain types of record to allow you to find individual documents easily.

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