Alan J.L MacLeod
I am a researcher with over 30 years experience in Scottish genealogical research. I am a member and accredited researcher of the Association of Scottish Genealogists and Researchers in Archives (ASGRA) and all research is undertaken by myself.
I have worked in and travelled throughout Scotland for 50 years and, as a result, have a close and intimate knowledge of the local geography, history, place names and people of Scotland. This can be a most useful asset when building a broader picture of a family and its history.
I undertake research for all parts of Scotland into all aspects of Genealogy and family history. Some of these and some of the records to which I have ready access are listed on my services page.
I also undertake research in more obscure records to try to progress research which has, apparently, been halted by “lack of records”. I am a specialist in solving difficult problems.
For further details of my services please contact me. I shall be delighted to hear from you.
Ancestry | Family history | Living relatives | Sighting and copying of certificates etc. | Army records | Testaments (Wills). | Property records. | Judiciary records. | Old newspapers (Obituaries, death notices & event reports.) | Non conformist denomination records. | Monumental inscriptions. | Kirk Session records. | Old maps. | University, school and professional organisations