12 June 2023
Do you have ancestors from the county of Moray? A new release from MyHeritage contains records from 1400 onwards.
The release of 567,773 records at MyHeritage comprises an index of records of individuals from or connected to the county of Moray, sometimes known as Elginshire, Scotland from the year 1400 onwards.
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The 'Scotland People of Moray' collection contains records of individuals from or connected to the county of Moray, sometimes known as Elginshire, Scotland from the 15th century onwards. Records typically include:
- the name of the individual
- date and place of birth
- date and place of marriage (including names of parents and spouse
- date and place of death
The sources of these records include local government archives from the 13th century to 1975, local newspapers, gravestone inscriptions, non-established church records to 1855, architectural plans, books, family histories and more.
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