We are so lucky nowadays to have all the genealogy resources we need right at our fingertips on our computers and/or phones and tablets. It makes genealogy accessible for everyone, no matter our age or financial status with all the free resources out there in cyberspace. Here are some that I have found immensely helpful in my family history journey. 

*Please note that I am in no way sponsored, endorsed or advertising these resources, nor do I account for their credibility. I simply enjoy sharing knowledge in the hope that it might benefit someone.

Resources

Jacobites:

-jacobites.net ~ to find Inverness Prisoner List and List of Prisoners Transported on the Veteran, google their names.

-No Quarter Given: The Muster Roll of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's Army, 1745-46 ~ Various Authors

-Jacobites of Lowland Scotland, England, Ireland France and Spain 1745 ~ Frances McDonnell 

- The Prisoners of the '45, Vol 1 ~ Scottish History Society

- The Prisoners of the '45, Vol 11 ~ Scottish History Society

-Jacobites of Perthshire 1745 ~ Frances McDonnell

-Highland Jacobites 1745 ~ Frances McDonnell 

-Cullodenbattlefield.wordpress.com

-Scottishhistorysocietyfiles.wordpress.com

- data.historic-scotland.gov.uk

- battlefieldtrust.com

- scotweb.co.uk - among other things, their information centre is very useful for finding a brief history of your clan, including their part in the Jacobite Risings.

- timeanddate.com - useful for converting Julian Calendar to Gregorian calendar for events in the Jacobite Risings.

- Jacobite Gleanings from State Manuscripts; Short Sketches of Jacobites; the Transportations in 1745

Clans:

- The Clan Campbell Abstracts*
- History of the Campbell Family* ~ Published by New York, Polk, 1920.

-The house of Argyll and the collateral branches of the clan Campbell, from the year 420 to the present time* ~John Tweed

-The clan Campbell (clan Diarmid); a record of service by a race of statesmen*. ~by Andrew McKerral

-Argyll's Highlands, or, MacCailein Mor and the Lords of Lorne : with traditionary tales and legends of the County of Argyll and the Campbells and Macdonalds* by Bede, Cuthbert & Mackay, John

-Memorials of four old families, viz. Campbell of Kilmartin [and some notes on the family of Campbell of Inverness], Gordon of Lesmoir, Irvine of Drum, Wimberley of South Witham & Beechfield. With pedigrees and ... illustrations*
by Wimberley, Douglas
-ccsna.org ~ Clan Campbell Society of North America
*Available at archive.org

Clan Campbell:

- Clans and Tartans by Collins Little Books.

-Scottish Castles by Collins Little Books.

- scotweb.co.uk - their information centre is very useful for finding a detailed history of your clan.

-Burke's Peerage ~ an excellent reference, a free version of several editions is available at UK Genealogy Archives website, or a nearby library (like the Hobart State Library in Tasmania) may have a copy. Note: the 107th edition (published in 2003) is the most recent copy to date.

-The National Library of Scotland's digital library has a ton of old books relating to the history of some clans.

- Google Books - some books you can get for free, or you can get a preview. 

- A great way to find your clan's history is to simply google their name and find their website, most clans have one. 

My Go-To's:

-scotlandspeople.gov.uk

-National Records of Scotland

-Burkes Peerage (all editions)

-National Archives of Australia (naa.gov.au)

-Jacobites.net

-No Quarter Given: The Muster Roll of Prince Charles Edward Stuart's Army - Various Authors

-Clans and Tartans - Collins Little Books

- scot.web's clan information centre

- Fasti ecclesiæ scoticanæ; the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation - note: there are several editions, available for free at archive.org.

-Archive.org, if I'm looking for an older book on family history I always check there first, as far as I know all their resources are free.

Scotland:

-@eilidh_cameron Eilidh Cameron's beautiful instagram feed shows photography from her home in Argyll, plus some breathtaking photos from her travels around Scotland
  
- @castlesofscotland

-@ruinsofscotland

-A Handbook of Scotland's Wild Harvests by Fi Martynoga

-Scottish Wildflowers by Michael Scott

-National Library of Scotland - their e-library and e-resources are so useful!

-Statistical Accounts of Scotland - a wonderful insight into the lifestyle and agricultural practices of your ancestor's time, my 6th great uncle Rev William Campbell wrote the one for his parish Kilchrenan in 1792/1793.

-Scottish Dance - Collins Little Books

Hope they help!

"We are who we are because they were who they were"

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Favourite Family History Quotes:

"If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you mights as well make it dance."

-George Bernard Shaw

"Dear Ancestor, 
I may not have found you today, but?
It's a 3-day weekend and I bought snacks!"

-Unknown

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