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The new site also features an improved web design which allows customers to access ScotlandsPeople across digital devices, and an enhanced search function which allows them to locate and view records with greater ease. “ScotlandsPeople is internationally recognised as the place to start any personal journey into Scottish ancestry.Who is providing technical support for ScotlandsPeople?
Technical support for ScotlandsPeople is to be provided by international technology company CACI Limited. The previous site was built by FindMyPast Limited who ran ScotlandsPeople for 14 years. “CACI is honoured that National Records of Scotland chose us to help them build their new integrated, secure website.How do I find out who owned my property in Scotland?
Search the lists of people recorded in censuses taken every 10 years in Scotland from 1841 onwards. Search lists of owners and occupiers of buildings and other properties in Scotland from 1855 onwards. Search wills and testaments, coats of arms, soldiers' and airmen's wills and the records of military service appeals tribunals.How do I find out who was born in Scotland?
Search the statutory (civil) registers of births, marriages and deaths in Scotland from 1855 to the present. Search church registers of births (or baptisms), marriages and burials in Scotland from 1553 onwards. Search the lists of people recorded in censuses taken every 10 years in Scotland from 1841 onwards.