BCGS Boutique Maps available as of September 2015

As of September 2015, the BCGS Boutique has the maps in the chart below available. These are all now $5.00 each. Contact the Boutique or ask at a BCGS meeting or event.

There are several different types and series included.

Caledonian Books map series show land masses, contours, landmarks, bodies of water, towns, etc.
David & Charles maps
Discovery Series contour maps show roads, rivers, coasts, etc. Legend in English and 3 other languages.
Godfrey maps show property lines and owners, streets, rails, elevation, buildings.
Landranger maps
Phoenix maps show coasts, rivers, lakes, land cover, roads, railways, canals, large buildings and clustered settlements, counties, baronies, and parishes.
Survey maps show property boundaries and owners, roads, railways, buildings, rivers, coasts, some land use, some shaded contours.

BCGS Boutique - Maps available as of Sept. 2015

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wdt_IDseriescountrycountycodetitle_or_cityedition_date
1 0.0000
2 Caledonian Books Scotland Dumfries & Galloway 3.0000 Stranraer, including Cairn Ryan, Drummore, Kirkcolm, Kirkmaiden, Mull of Galloway, New Luce, Port Logan, Port Patrick, Sandhead, Stoneykirk 1st ed'n revised to 1896
3 Caledonian Books Scotland Dumfries & Galloway 4.0000 Wigtown, including Creetown, Garliestown, Glunluce, Kirkcowan, Kirinner, Newton Stewart, Port William, Sorbie 1st ed'n revised to 1896
4 Caledonian Books Scotland South Ayrshire 8.0000 Carrick, including Barr, Barrhill, Carsphiarn, Garroch, Glen Trool, Loch Doon, Loch Ochiltree, Penkill 1st ed'n revised to 1896
5 Caledonian Books Scotland Dumfries & Galloway 9.0000 Maxwelltown & Thornhill including Balmaclellan, Carron Bridge, Closeburn, Dalry, Duncow, Glenlee, Loch Ken, Moniave, New Galloway, Springholm 1st ed'n revised to 1896
6 Caledonian Books Scotland Dumfries & Galloway 11.0000 Langholm including Canonbie, Glencartholm, Kirstile, New Castleton 1st ed'n revised to 1896
7 Caledonian Books Scotland Argyll & Bute 12.0000 Campbeltown including Kilkenzie, Mull of Kintyre, Sanda Island, Sgreadan Hill, Southend 1st ed'n revised to 1896
8 Caledonian Books Scotland North Ayrshire 13.0000 Island of Arran including Brodick, Lamlash, Lochranza, Whiting Bay 1st ed'n revised to 1896
9 Caledonian Books Scotland South Lanarkshire 15.0000 Leadhills including Abington, Afton Water, Crawfordjohn, Durisdeer, Kello Water, Kirkconnel, Muirkirk, New Cumnock, Sanquhar, Wanlockhead 1st ed'n revised to 1896
10 Caledonian Books Scotland Argyll & Bute 20.0000 Killean including Ardtalla, Carradale, Clachan, Gigha Island, Glenbarr, Grgport, Saddell 1st ed'n revised to 1896


Genealogical Legacies, Codicils, and Related Resources – Links

How to Archive Family Keepsakes by Denise May Levenick (Family Tree Books, 2012). Chapter 5 “Organize for the Future” includes sample codicils for Genealogy and Digital Assets.
See also her website, The Family Curator: http://thefamilycurator.com

After You’re Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research by Thomas MacEntee (Hack Genealogy, 2015)

“What Happens To Your Genealogy Research When You’re Gone?” Lorine McGinnis Schulze, Olive Tree Genealogy: http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.ca/2015/01/what-happens-to-your-genealogy-research.html

“GENEALOGY – Your digital legacy: Time to make arrangements” by Kenneth H. Thomas Jr. for the Atlanta Journal Constitution: http://www.myajc.com/news/lifestyles/your-digital-legacy-time-to-make-arrangements/nmbYt/

Genealogical Codicil form, Katherine R. Willson, © 2014: https://moonswings.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/genealogical-codicil-to-will.pdf

Digital Asset checklist and List forms, © 2015 Julie Miller, JPM Genealogy Research: http://www.jpmresearch.com/jpm/downloads.html

Various forms for estate planning Free – Genedocs Templates Facebook Group and website, Eric Jelle.
Genedocs Templates – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/genedocstemplates
Genedocs: http://genedocs.blogspot.ca/

A warning – “Cleaning Mother’s House” by Michael John Neill, Rootdig: http://www.rootdig.com/adn/cleaningmothershouse.html

Donate research to the Society of Genealogists: http://www.sog.org.uk/learn/share-your-knowledge/

Donate to FamilySearch – note what is not accepted: https://familysearch.org/sites/default/uploads/Donations-Guidelines-REVISION-12-July-2012.pdf

Donate to the BCGS Walter Draycott Library – contact the Library Administrator for advice – bcgs@bcgs.ca or call the Library 604 502 9119

BCGS free Open House, July 12 and Library Week – July 13-18, 2015.

BCGS_Library-Family_HistoriesThe annual BCGS free Walter Draycott Library Week begins Sunday, July 12th with the Open House from 2-4 pm. Refreshments, including cake, door prizes. All interested are welcome.

From Monday, July 13th to Saturday, July 18th, the BCS Walter Draycott Library is open free to all interested from 10 am to 3 pm each day. Talks and activities are scheduled for each day – check the BCGS Annual Library Week page for more details.

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