Understanding and Using Scottish Kirk Session Records

Paul Milner FUGA, MDiv
Sep 9, 2022
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
1m 12s
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Kirk Session History
9m 21s
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History of Records
7m 28s
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Records
36m 23s
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Case Study
15m 46s
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
12m 38s

About this webinar

Scottish Kirk Session records have recently come online at ScotlandsPeople. Learn what they represent within the Scottish court process, how they operated and what you will find in the records. Understand how to identify the records needed, how to search and where to go next.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Paul Milner, a native of northern England, is a professional genealogist and internationally known lecturer with 30 years’ experience, specializing in British Isles research. Here’s the backstory about Paul:
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    Sarah Mundt
    3 weeks ago

    Great Scottish webinar! It’s sometimes hard, in genealogy research, to slow down, and discipline yourself to verify the next step is correct, before moving forward. I appreciate the guidance to not get ahead of ourselves, in travel or searching online, to find the right sources, and only then excitedly dive in. Thanks again for a wonderful presentation!

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    David Heyes
    3 weeks ago

    Interesting to me as my DNA suggests I have many Scottish, but was complicated enough so that I would have to review the session.

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  3. SA
    Sandra Atwood
    3 weeks ago

    This session was way above my “pay grade” 🙂 I have not begun my Scotland research yet but it gave me ideas of where to begin after I find my ancestors town locations. Thanks!

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    Ellen Cosgrove
    3 weeks ago

    Well presented. Lots of information clearly explained.

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    Sara McEwan
    3 weeks ago

    Excellent organization & presentation. I have ancestors who were elders & church staff. At least 3 generations of men.

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    • Helen McEwan
      3 weeks ago

      Hi Sara I have only gone as far as my great grandparents McEwan, was a soldier paternal Grand Mother lived in a little house in a small village, dont have the name of village.

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    Joy Doyle
    3 weeks ago

    Thanks very much – most informative!

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  7. RS
    Robert Smith
    3 weeks ago

    I joined late, but was able to gain useful information

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  8. GL
    Graham Lowe
    3 weeks ago

    Paul, thank you for sharing yet another snippet of your vast knowledge and research experiences – fabulous presentation!!!

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