Breaking Down Your Irish and Scottish Brick Wall in the New Poor Law Records of Scotland

Judith Eccles Wight, AG
Mar 13, 2013
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Irish Immigration
1m 32s
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Poor Law Act of 1845
2m 31s
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New Poor Law Records
5m 08s
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1851 Census
1m 29s
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Sheriff Courtf
1m 59s
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Parochial Board Minutes
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Poors' Roll lists
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Workhouse Records
12m 38s
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Industrial School Records
1m 53s
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British Parliamentary Papers
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Records of the Scottish Poor
3m 11s
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Questions/answers
10m 35s
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
11m 27s

About this webinar

Brenda Collins in her book, The Origins of Irish Immigration to Scotland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, claims that over 300,000 people from Ireland went to Scotland between 1790 and 1850. Another million fled Ireland and settled in Scotland and England during the second half of the 19th century. The new poor law records of Scotland contain incredible genealogical information about the people who ended up in this welfare system. This webinar will review the records one can find.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Owner of Wight House Research, Judy has been an Accredited Genealogist specializing in Ireland (30+ years) and Scotland (10+ years).  She writes extensively for genealogical periodicals and is a popular teacher and lecturer at genealogical ev
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