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The Highland Family History Centre at Inverness
If you are interested in family history and have ancestors that come from the Inverness and Highland area the Highland Family History Centre is a fabulous resource available to you. The Centre is located within the Highland Archive and Registration Centre on Bught Road in Inverness, near the Inverness Leisure pool.
You can come in and do your research with expert staff to assist or they will do the work for you if you live farther afield. There are fees for certain things, but at a very reasonable rate, when you need assistance or copies or reproductions produced.
The Family History Centre in Inverness is open to all free of charge. An integral part of the Highland Archive Service, a facility dedicated to all aspects of genealogy, clan history, and family history throughout the Highlands and the wider world.
The Highland Family History Service is on the 1st floor, access via stairs or lift. It holds and makes available records which may be of assistance to the family historian. Staff are available to offer general advice, answer enquiries and undertake more detailed research and consultations when required. One to one consultations are available with staff experienced in genealogical research.
Members of the Highland Family History Society are available to help family history researchers on Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am - 1pm, and 2pm - 4.30pm. www.highlandfamilyhistorysociety.org
The Family History Centre offers researchers access to the following types of records:-
Opening Hours:- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 10am-5pm Wednesday 10am-7.30pm