Here are some places where you can find out more about WW1 in Scotland and in Moray. Other WW1/WW2 useful links can be found here >>>>
Scottish Archives for Schools- Resources section
This unit features a selection of archives from the National Records of Scotland on the impact of the Great War in Scotland. It includes letters from the battle front, reports on local bombing raids and submarine attacks, and demonstrates the impact of the war on people’s everyday lives.
Morayshire roll of honour book 1914-1918
This book is available for loan from most of the public libraries in Moray. It details
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Census 1841 – 1911 (the 1911 census is only available online).
Local Heritage Centre, Old East End School, Institution Road, Elgin tel. 01343 569011 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, Thursday and Friday 10>:00 – 5:00
Tuesday 10:00 – 8:00
Wednesday 10:00 – 5:00 (April to October only)
Saturday 10:00 – 12:00
Libindx – online index to people, subjects and places created by the Local Heritage Service. http://libindx.moray.gov.uk/mainmenu.asp
also the Moray database Libindx
Scottish National War Memorial http://www.snwm.org/
Search the Scottish Roll of Honour for the First and Second World Wars as held at the Scottish War Memorial.
Scottish Military Research Group–A useful source when trying to find someone in the Morayshire Roll of Honour book by sorting by Memorial and then giving the page number in the book.