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FMG logo   Promoting the study of medieval genealogy and prosopography. Publishes "Foundations".
[Located in Category: Genealogy]
Society of Genealogists logo This site has an extensive collection of genealogies of primarily royalty of the British Isles, including Scotland. Most entries are sourced and are based on various Burke's peerage books along with Complete Peerage among others.
[Located in Category: Genealogy]
Scotlands People Here one can find birth, marriage, and death records, among other data of interest dating back to the mid 1500s. Once located, these can be downloaded for a small cost.
[Located in Category: Genealogy]
Society of Genealogists logo   The Society of Genealogists offers a unique combination of research material, guidance and support for those interested in family history and the lives of earlier generations. It is a charity whose objects are to promote, encourage and foster the study, science and knowledge of genealogy. Publishes "Genealogists’ Magazine".
[Located in Category: Genealogy]
ACH logo   The American College of Heraldry is a Chartered, non-profit body established in 1972, with the aim of aiding in the study and perpetuation of heraldry in the United States and abroad. Registrations are restricted by policy to American citizens or residents, as well as to others with significant personal or business connections in America.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
AHS logo The American Heraldry Society was founded to study and promote the proper use of heraldry in America. The Society seeks to educate the American public about the art and practices related to personal and organizational heraldry and to promote legal protections against usurpation of coats of arms in this country.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
Burke's logo   Register your armorial bearings in "The International Register of Arms". Arms are recorded both in an online armorial and published in a hardback book in volumes. More information on registration and publications can be found by visiting the link above.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
Caltrap's Corner   This site contains a number of interesting and often humorous essays about knighthood, including some alternative opinions on controversial subjects, as well as the malady of ordens hunger.
[Located in Category: Chivalry]
DIR logo DIR is an on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus to Constantine XI Palaeologus. It consists of an index of emperors, biographical essays on individual emperors, family trees of imperial dynasties, an index of significant battles, capsule descriptions and maps of these battles, and maps of the empire at different times.
[Located in Category: Royalty & Nobility]
Knighthood & Chivalry   The portion of François Velde's big site treating various orders of chivalry.
[Located in Category: Chivalry]
Adler logo   The main objective of the Society is to cultivate the historical sciences of genealogy and heraldry, as well as the related disciplines (sphragistics, iconology, insigniology and vexillology). The Society is a non-profit making institution which establishes a basis for significant academic research beyond the domain of the Society. Publishes "Adler" in German.
Note: German.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
Heraldry Society badge   The Heraldry Society exists to increase and extend interest in and knowledge of heraldry, armory, chivalry, genealogy and allied subjects. The Society is nonprofit making and is registered as an educational charity. Publishes "Coat-of-Arms".
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
Heraldry Society of Scotland   The Heraldry Society of Scotland was founded in 1977 with the objective of promoting the study of heraldry and encouraging its correct use in Scotland and Overseas.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
Arms of Kimon Andreou Augustan Kimon Andreou's blog on "heraldry, genealogy, history, and other things" provides a regular stream of articles, illustrations, links on matters heraldic and otherwise. Beginning in November 2008, there is a goodly supply of items for casual browsing or direct reference, especially of the odd and obscure.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
International Heraldry & Heralds logo   A single page covering all aspects of Heraldry from its early development in Medieval Europe; heraldic practices in battle, melees and jousts; examples from armorial rolls, grants, castles, manor houses, and other buildings and artifacts. Includes an explanation of terminology and how to blazon arms.
[Located in Category: Heraldry]
EasyNetSites logo   This is a link to the users guide for the page editing program contained in this web site. Note that editing authority must be obtained from the Webmaster before you will be able to use these instructions.
[Located in Category: Site Maintenance References]
logo This is a database of all known people of Scotland between 1093 and 1314 mentioned in over 8600 contemporary documents. The People of Medieval Scotland is an outcome of two projects, The Paradox of Medieval Scotland (2007-2010) and The Breaking of Britain (2010-2013).
[Located in Category: History]
Chivalry Comm. Logo   Links to specific orders of chivalry and organizations of a chivalric nature are being collected and organized as a part of the list of groups recognized by The Augustan Society.
[Located in Category: Chivalry]
Royal Arc   The web's most comprehensive site on the genealogies of the Royal and ruling houses of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.
[Located in Category: Royalty & Nobility]
Arms of Otto Habsburg "The World of the Habsburgs” is a virtual exhibition showcasing the history of the Habsburgs and their times. It includes a large collection of images from a number of historical sources, many not previously available to the public.
[Located in Category: Royalty & Nobility]