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Enter the forename(s) in the first box, and the surname in the second box.

Remember that spellings in historical records can vary widely, so use wildcards to help you find your ancestors. More

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Some sasines were not recorded until years after a deed upon which the sasine followed was originally signed. It is therefore wise to include a wide range of years, or leave this box blank. If a number of deeds are referred to, the document date given will be the earliest one listed.

The residence in the Register of Sasines index has not been separated into parishes, counties or countries. The original records vary widely in the way this is recorded, but often fairly specific information is given. County and parish names are often not recorded.

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Enter the location (the name of a village, farm, or lands) in the first box; a parish name in the second box; and a county name in the third box.

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The parties to some deeds are companies or organisations rather than personal names, such as 'Royal Bank of Scotland' or 'Cupar Kirk Session'.

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Deeds can be searched for by deed type, such as 'Contract of Marriage', 'Bond' or 'Disposition'.

Remember that less is often more! If you don’t find the result that you are looking for try leaving one (or both) of these boxes blank. See our help section.