Resources for researchers in the name of KEITH, KEATH, and KEETH
Index to Scotland Death series, County of Lanark: 1857.
The microfiche are available from either:
New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc P O Box 8795 Symonds Street Auckland 1035 New ZealandThe NZSG can be contacted at http://www.genealogy.org.nz or from:
Aberdeen & NE Scotland FHS 164 King St. Aberdeen, Scotland, AB24 5BD
The Society can be contacted at www.anesfhs.org.uk
All future publications will be available through the societies, and listed on their website. – Wayne McKirdy, McKirdy Index Limited, PO Box 43-015, Wainuiomata 6008 New Zealand
Researchers in UK: Source for birth, marriage and death certificates in the United Kingdom.
Through cooperative effort, The Keith Genealogy Book Project has provided significant resource works in these web pages, in the Keith book, and in several booklets/disks as discussed below:
1. A listing of KEITH families and the researchers who are doing work with each. See Keith Families and who is researching them.
2. A Directory of Keith researchers, including addresses and many direct e-mail hot links. See Alphabetical Listing of Keith researchers.
3. Alphabetical listing of surnames allied to Keith, as shown in the index to the Keith book (four pages). Keith, Keath and Keeth are NOT shown in this listing, but are contained in the 124-page full-name index in the Keith Book.
surnames A – G | surnames H – L | surnames M – R | surnames S – Z 4. A listing of recorded Keith marriages, by state and county (four files). These lists derive from records copied and submitted to me by Keith researchers. See Keith Marriages in states:
AL-IA | KS-NC | OH-TN | TX-WV5. KEITH/KEATH/KEETH Families Extracted from the United States Census of 1850, was created as a 74-page booklet (once sold for $15) which is now sold out. The full text of this booklet may be had on disk ($5, including postage).
6. FREE LOOK-UPs. If you have purchased the Keith book, and require information about a family that is not shown in its text, I have additional resources that I will consult in your behalf. These resources include computer files of all the KEITH/KEATH/KEETH families listed in the 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, and 1900 census, and about 200 pages of family information which have been added since publication of the book.
7. For anyone intending to publish a Keith family history, The Keith Genealogy Book Project can provide additional information and tips on initiating and completing a successful project.
8. QUERIES may be posted on any of several genealogy bulletin boards and forums. I regularly monitor, and highly recommend the one called “GenForum”, which you can enter through URL: http://genforum.familytreemaker.com/keith/.