Find an Expert

The Scottish genealogy network is not an accrediting body, our focus is to provide a networking group for professional genealogists in Scotland. We are however often asked if any members are accepting clients. We have therefore decided to create a list of members who may be able to assist you. Genealogy is a broad subject and we all have different skills and experience levels, a link on this page should not be taken as accreditation. We recommend a full and open discussion with any genealogist you seek to employ to make sure they know your needs and are able to fulfill them before you begin.


We will be updating this page over the next few weeks but here are some of our members who are currently accepting clients.


Andrew Armstrong
Andrew is a genealogist at Relatively Scottish. Andrew specialises in researching families in the south of Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders and regularly visits archives there as well as Edinburgh.


Jane Barton
Jane is experienced at tracing genealogies from Scotland and the North of England. Jane regularly visits archives in Glasgow, Cumbria, Northumbria and Edinburgh. Jane is working on a website, in the meantime email our secretary for contact information for Jane.


Frances Black
Frances is a genealogist at Scottish Ancestor.
Frances specialises in helping you trace your genealogy in Fife and WIgtownshire.


Jack Davis
Jack is a genealogist at Thistle Heritage Services and specialises in the resources of the Glasgow area.


Jean Dickson
Jean is a genealogist at Roots for You. Jean traces families all over Scotland but concentrates her research in Lanarkshire and West Lothian, regularly visiting archives in Edinburgh, Lanark and Glasgow.


Buzzy Garden
Buzzy is a Genealogist at Relative History and has a particular interest and knowledge of north-east Scotland as well as Edinburgh. Based in Clackmannanshire she has easy access to archives there and in Stirling. Buzzy is working on a website, in the meantime email our secretary for contact information for Buzzy.

Jane Harris
Jane specialises in researching families from Orkney and Stirling and regularly accesses archives in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Falkirk, Perth and Clackmannanshire


Jacqueline Hunter
Jacqueline is a genealogist at Ancestral Research by Jacqueline. Jacqueline can help you trace your family tree using the resources of the ScotlandsPeople centre, the Mitchell Library, the National Library of Scotland and the Scottish Genealogy Society.


Elizabeth Irving
Elizabeth is a genealogist at Heritage Genealogy and she specialises in researching families in Lanarkshire and the surrounding area. Elizabeth has experience tracing your illegitimate ancestors, helping you break through a difficult part of your family tree. Elizabeth regularly visits archives in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Dumfries and the surrounding counties.


Kate Keter
Kate is a Scottish genealogist at KMK Genealogy. Kate specialises in the records of Independent and endowed Schools. Kate is able to visit any archive in central Scotland.


Lorna Kinnaird
Lorna runs Dunedin Links Genealogy from her base in Edinburgh. Lorna works full-time as a genealogist and specialises in brick wall problems, utilising the resources that are available around Scotland. She enjoys any challenge and works well with other qualified professionals within the UK and Ireland. www.dunedinlinks.scot




Michelle Leonard
Michelle is a Scottish genealogist who carries out genealogy research across the UK and can also help you with genetic genealogy and tracing living relatives. Michelle also has a keen interest in WWI soldiers and Australian research. Michelle has access to all Glasgow, Lanarkshire and Edinburgh archives. Michelle is working on a website, in the meantime email our secretary for contact information for Michelle.


George MacKenzie
George is the former Keeper of the Records of Scotland and as such has a lot of experience of Scottish archives. George is now the chairman of the Scottish Ancestral Tourism Group. He works to support all business in Scotland relating to ancestral tourism.


Carol McKinven
Carol is a genealogist at Scottish Kin and specialises in researching families in Fife and West Lothian/Linlithgowshire and has a special interest in shale miners. Carol is able to visit archives in Edinburgh, Fife and across central Scotland.


Carolyn McNicholl
Carolyn is a genealogist at McNicholl Genealogical Services and has experience tracing families from Scotland, USA, Canada and can visit most Scottish archives.


Graham and Emma Maxwell
Graham and Emma are a husband and wife genealogy team who focus their research in the south of Scotland. As well as accepting individual clients they are indexing useful records from across Scotland, which you can search on their website.


Ali Murray
Ali is a genealogist at ScotsGenie, she focuses on Fife research. Ali has been a professional researcher for over 20 years and in the last 16 years has been undertaking family history research.
www.scotsgenie.co.uk


Merle Palmer
Merle is a genealogist at Your Scots Past and specialises in researching ancestors from Angus, Dundee and Perthshire and is able to visit archives for you in those areas.

Elizabeth Passe
Liz is a genealogist based in Clackmannanshire. Interested in carrying out house histories as well as family history and genealogy. Liz has good access to the archives of Clackmannanshire, Perthshire and Stiorlingshire as well as records held in Edinburgh and Glasgow. www.lizpassefamilyhistorian.co.uk

Judith Russell
Judith is a Scottish genealogist and archive researcher who specialises in tracing Glasgow families. Judith is very experienced tracing families who appear in the records of the Scottish poor and also German-speaking people in Scotland. Judith can visit and archive in central Scotland and regularly visits the Mitchell library. Judith hasn’t got a website set up yet, in the meantime email our secretary for contact information for Judith.


Lorraine Stewart
Lorraine is a genealogist and archive researcher at Kincardineshire Ancestors, specialising in researching Kincardineshire, Angus and Aberdeenshire ancestors. Lorraine visits archives in Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Angus on a regular basis.


Kirsty F. Wilkinson
Kirsty is an experienced researcher focussing research mainly in the various Edinburgh archives. Kirsty has compiled lists of surviving pre-1841 Scottish population listings and records of the Scottish poor. Kirsty also has a useful list of Scottish Family History Societies. Go to her website and select ‘Resources’.


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