The SGN on Social Media

The Scottish Genealogy Network is active across social media and this is managed by a variety of members: keep up-to-date with us on our Blog, on Twitter and on Facebook!

A weekly #AncestryHour is hosted by one of our members (Susie Douglas) on Twitter. Use #AncestryHour in your tweets to support and promote genealogy, familyhistory and all things ancestry: Tuesdays 7.00pm GMT.

Here is a list of members who are on social media.

Frances Black

Marie Dougan

Susie Douglas
Twitter & Facebook

Alison Farrer

Jane Harris

Jacqueline Hunter

Lorna Kinnaird
Twitter & Facebook

Michelle Leonard
Twitter & Facebook

Emma Maxwell
Blog, Twitter & Facebook

Graham Maxwell
Twitter & Flickr

Ali Murray
Twitter & Facebook

Merle Palmer
Pinterest, Twitter & Facebook

Chris Paton

Amy Thomson
Facebook & Instagram

Ian Walker
Twitter & Facebook

Kirsty Wilkinson

1 comment:

  1. I hope this site is active because I will be travelling to Scotland in a couple of weeks. I have a done a fair bit of genealogy and am looking for someone who can review it and give me advice, as I have booked a day at Scotlands People Dundas Room on May 19. I am particularly interested in attempting to break through a brick wall, or at least make a dent, regarding my gr gr grandfather who immigrated to the United States from Scotland with his family. However, records show that he was born in North Ireland 10 March 1820. Married 3 June 1848 • Bo'ness,, Midlothian, Scotland.
    I would also like to find someone who could drive my daughter and I around to visit the areas where the family lived. The information is all at Family Search. They would be parents and ancestors of my grandmother. Her personal ID#27HD-XKL on that website.