The relationship between Scotland and Ireland, especially Ulster, is well documented. The Scottish plantation workers were settled on cleared lands by the English trying to “plant” the area with loyal Protestant citizens in the 1600s. However, this out migration is only one of Scotland’s many stories that affect genealogy.
The Irish Potato Famine of the late 1840s brought waves of Irish, who flooded into Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow. From there, many would eventually continue their trek to other countries.
Whether Scots leaving for Ulster in the 1600s or entering Irish and Scots-Irish in the 1800s, they left a rich mark upon each place they settled.
Our staff of professionals will create a heirloom book documenting your ancestors. This book will include family photographs, historical documents, along with maps showing the journey and home site of where your ancestors resided.