Highland FHS has produced a number of books on monumental inscriptions and census indexes as well as other subjects.
Members can join the Society or renew their subscriptions through GENfair. Subscriptions for those outside the UK include an additional charge to cover the cost of posting the quarterly journals by airmail.
The Highland FHS was set up in September 1981 to promote the study of genealogy, family history and related subjects in the Highlands of Scotland. We cover the counties of Caithness (CAI), Sutherland (SUT) Ross & Cromarty (ROC), Inverness-shire (INV), Nairn (NAI) and Argyll (ARL).
The Society welcomes membership from interested family historians in all parts of the world. The Society has a library located in its office in Union Street, Inverness, Scotland.
Meetings are held in Inverness on the fourth Tuesday of each month from September to April with speakers on topics of interest to family historians.
A quarterly Journal is published to keep members informed of developments within the Society and in the field of genealogy in general, to publish articles of interest and to publish specific reearch enquiries from members.
The Society does not act as a research agency. It is keen that, wherever possible, its members do their own research.
For general enquiries, please write to:
Highland Archive & Registration Centre
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