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Sources for Research in Scottish Genealogy:
Names: Geographical

Compiled by Judith P. Reid



1.	Darton, Michael.
	The dictionary of Scottish place names : and the elements that go
	to make them up / Mike Darton. -- Moffat : Lochar, 1990. -- 
	282 p.                                            
							DA869.D37 1990

2.	Great Britain. General Register Office (Scotland).
	Index of Scottish place names from 1971 census, with location and
	population over 100 persons / General Register Office, Scotland.
	-- Edinburgh : H.M.S.O., 1975. -- xi, 186 p. : map.
							HB2047.S33 1975

3.	Johnston, James Brown, 1862-
	Place-names of Scotland / by James B. Johnston. -- 3rd ed.
	reprinted, with additional notes on the author. -- Wakefield : S.
	R. Publishers, 1970. --  xvi, 335 p.               
							DA869.J72 1970
	Bibliography: p. 327.
	
	A facsimile reprint of the 3rd ed. was published in London
	by J. Murray in 1934.

4.	Mackenzie, W.C. (William Cook), 1862-1952.
	Scottish place-names / by W.C. Mackenzie. -- London, K. Paul,
	Trench, Trbner & Co., 1931. -- xi, 319, [1] p.         
							DA869.M14

5.	Nicolaisen, W.F.H.
	Scottish place-names : their study and significance / [by] W.F.H.
	Nicolaisen. -- London : Batsford, 1976. -- xxviii, 210 p. : maps.
							DA869.N53

	Bibliography: p. [xiv]-xxi.

6.	Watson, William J. (William John), 1865-1948.
	The history of the Celtic place-names of Scotland / being the
	Rhind lectures on archaeology (expanded) delivered in 1916, by
	William J. Watson. Published under the auspices of the Royal
	Celtic Society. -- Edinburgh and London : W. Blackwood & Sons,
	Ltd., 1926. -- 3 p. leaves, ix-xx, 558 p.              
							DA869.W3

	Reprinted in Shannon by Irish University Press in 1973.
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