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Scotland, Orkney, United Kingdom

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  • James (Jemi) Colban (c.1670 - 1742)
    Colban, norsk slekt, opprinnelig fra Storbritannia. Slekten innvandret til Norge med James Colban, som var høker i Trondheim i første halvdel av 1700-tallet. [ ] [ ]
  • Col. David Sinclair, till Finnekumla (bef.1615 - 1656)
    LIEUTENANT COLONEL DAVID SINCLAIR OF FINNEKUMLA David Sinclair, second son of Seba by Barbe Halcro, also established himself in Sweden, where he was naturalised and admitted to the House of Noble...
  • Col. Andrew Sinclair (1614 - bef.1689)
    Anders Sinclair , born 1614, died 1689, was one of many Scottish soldiers that joined Swedish service during the Thirty Years' War, rising to the rank of colonel, and holding several military governors...
  • Dauid Caitnes, "David" (c.1595 - d.)
  • Margaret Ulich (1799 - 1891)
    Gravsted med bilde DIS-Norge: : Margareth Caithness født 17.02.1799 iDundee: Folketelling 1875, Loppens handelssted, Nyder Kaar af Sønnen F. Ulich som er Forpagter af Amso, Husfaderens Moder: På gr...

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The Scottish Project is established for genealogical reason. Specific for this Project is emigrating from Scotland to Norway. Such emigrating do we find written in Norwegian Sources.

Some profiles of Scots who settled Down in Norway are linked to the Project.

People (Homo Sapiens) have been living in Scotland since ca 10500 years ago. The archaeological site Biggar in South Lanarkshire indicate that. Doggerland has been populated from ca 10000 years ago to ca 8200 years ago. Nowadays Scotland is part of United Kingdom. And Shetland and Orkney is part of Scotland area.

The profilephoto is the Orkney flag.

Other Scottish Projects

Scottish Counties

Scots Abroad

Medieval Scotland

Genealogy Sources for Scotland


Scottish counties = Shires of Scotland

History of Scotland

United Kingdom

Fife / Fifeshire

Dunfermline in Fifeshire



Moodie Book (about Robert Mudie)

Human migration, Genographic Project


Biggar in South Lanarkshire,_South_Lanarkshire

FamilySearch England Civil Registration

Arkivverket digitalarkivet i Norge skannede kirkebøker etc.

Henrik Adelaers skattemanntall 1690 for Finnmark, Norge