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by David Dobson

Free eBook Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America, 1625-1825 Vol. I download ISBN: 0806310545
Author: David Dobson
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company; Third Printing edition (November 2, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 282
Category: Mention
Subcategory: Genealogy
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Rating: 4.5
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Vol. I. 267 pp. (1984), repr. The material relates to Scots living or dying in North America, or having any commerical or legal intercourse with America, for the period 1750-1825. About 600 Scots and their activities are covered.

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Based on documents found in British archives and a handful of published sources, this work has the names of over 5,000 Scottish emigrants appearing in ship passenger lists before 1825. It also has data on about 1,000 Scots who settled in North America between 1625 and 1825. The bulk of the immigrants identified arrived in the U.S. or Canada between 1773 and 1815. The information given on each immigrant varies according to the type of record, but there is a fair mix of data giving age, date of birth, occupation, place of residence, names of family members, date and place of arrival, and circumstances of emigration.
User reviews
Dawncrusher
Not totally worthless but it does make a good go of it. One could write a book that contains all of the information contained within this book and do little moe than put in an index and my review would go up a star, maybe. I would recommend Bruce Durie's book,m"Scottish Genealogy" to be purchased prior or in place of this book. That having been said, if your resources are limited, look elsewhere, Ancestry.com has all of the content on its site.
kolos
Great resource
Wen
I was very disappointed in this book. As a genealogist I found it very incomplete. I know of other families that are documented here in that time period that are not included, including the Templeton line I am researching. I have gone to several family message boards to let them know they are not included and advised them to save their money!
Fountain_tenderness
I needed this document in hard copy for my archives. The binding is good and the pages readable. A satisfactory transaction.
Voodoogore
A limited source due to records being maintained for those emigrating from Scotland. The ships listed were from only a small number of ports to many ports in America.
Rgia
Very interesting. Sadly for me, my relatives did not appear in the book.
Tori Texer
Dissappointing because it doesn't have what I needed for my family but for others may be great genealogical resource to get.
Not what I expected. What is in the other volumes?