The historical background to poor relief in Scotland from the 15th century onwards, explained using extracts of documents in the National Archives of Scotland Scottish Record Office.
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A Companion Volume to Part I listing some 1600 additional persons. By Diana Connell
A list of some 3000 persons working in the Pottery Industry in Scotland gathered mainly from the1841 & 1881 census, with a brief history and information on the various factories. By Diana Connell
Details of Secession Church Records, listed by Church, and showing records available, dates and where they can be found. By Diane Baptie
Renfrewshire existing records, 1722 to 1855. Compiled by RFHS
Articles about Renfrewshire which have appeared in the GWSFHS Newsletter. Edited by Edna Stark, 2005.
Index compiled by GWSFHS
Pre 1855 Inscriptions and maps from the following burial grounds; Arthurlie, Bridge of Weir, Cathcart, Eaglesham, Eastwood, Erskine, Gourock, Greenock, Houston, Inchinnan, Inverkip, Johnstone, Kilbarchan, Kilellan. Edited by JF & S Mitchell
Pre 1855 Inscriptions and maps from the following burial grounds; Kilmacolm, Lochwinnoch, Mearns, Neilston, Paisley, Pollokshaws, Port Glasgow, Renfrew, with a cumulative index for Vols 1 & 2. Edited by JF & S Mitchell
A revised version of the Greenock cemetery MIs, compiled by the Renfrewshire F.H.S.
An essential guide to tracing birth relatives and ancestors
A general history, and guide for anyone researching Scottish Graveyards. By Bruce Bishop