Scotland, Chapter 2: Scottish Naming Conventions

The Lanark Library, a.k.a The Lindsay Institute, is on Hope Street in Lanark Scotland. Just when we were feeling hope-less that we'd ever untangle the mystery of James Waddle's Scottish ancestors... we met Paul Archibald, librarian/historian at the library, who helped us muddle through on the Scottish Naming Convention learning curve, and helped us understand how these conventions can help us look up and down the timeline of a family. Robin's Notes: Today we were able to take the train (no more buses for us - read that story a few blogs from now) through Glasgow to Lanark and New Lanark. Our plan was to stop in Carluke also, but (we) talked through the stop. The Waddell side of the family

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