Highland Family History Society - Frequently Asked Questions
Services offered, and not offered, by the Society
03. How can I use the HFHS library resources in my research?
In person only, I'm afraid. Show your membership card to the Reference Librarian in the Farraline Park Library in Inverness and ask the to be allowed upstairs to the HFHS collection.
04. Does the Society provide help with 'look-ups' for out of town members?
Not normally, although some members (including Mrs Barrie Tulloch of the Committee) may well be able to offer some such, given a polite request, with as much detail as possible of what work has already been done and which records searched, and sufficient return postage.
05. How useful is the HFHS Journal in my research?
Society members use the Journal for offers of research barter to connect with researchers elsewhere in the world for mutual back-scratching. The Journal also publishes queries both specific and general, and articles which often stimulate correspondence between the writers and members with the same interests.
06. Do you accept queries for the HFHS Journal from non-members?
Yes, but at the cost of one pound sterling - members no charge
09. Is the Society intending to have members' interests on-line on the web?
Not on the horizon yet.
10. What are your publications?
All our publications have been re-priced:
1851 census indexes:
Kincardine (with Croick) £1.50
Avoch £2.70 Easter Suddie £1.80 Fortrose £1.80 Geddes £1.80 Old High, Inverness £3.00 Killearnan £1.80 Kilmuir (Black Isle) £2.10 St Clements, Dingwall £4.50
Other publications: Register of Members' Interests £3.00
11. Any new publications coming up?
4) We hope to publish the monumental inscriptions for Chapel Yard, Inverness in the autumn 1998. It is one of the larger graveyards with about 1500 stones and will complement that of the Old High Church, Inverness which we published in 1997.
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This page updated 31 Aug 1998 - Hugh Reekie, Ottawa, Canada - for GENUKI