Just got an email from ScotlandsPeople, the pay to view site giving access to digitised original records for Scotland, to say that the 1905 Valuation Roll has just gone live. I’ve already used the 1915 Valuation Roll and found several of my ancestors, so I can now see exactly where they were in 1905. This is very useful, as combined with the census it means you can find out where your ancestors were living every five years – very valuable when you have ancestors prone to moving frequently.
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