Author: David Dobson
Paperback, 98 pages
This volume marks the third in a series by David Dobson that purports to identify persons of Scottish birth living in Ulster and of Irish living in Scotland in the hundred years following 1725. Working from primary sources in Scotland, such as university records, registers of apprentices, the Aberdeen City Archives, as well as published sources such as the periodical Scots Magazine, Mr. Dobson has amassed information on more than 1,300 persons not found in the previous installments in the series. Mr. Dobson identifies each Scots-Irish link by name, country and sometimes city of birth or residence, situation (profession, student status, source of inheritance, etc.), a date, the record source, and occasionally such things as physical features, year of birth, etc.