Some new pages have been added to the TVFHS website in the last week.

In the public area, there is a Useful Links page, which I hope will really be useful - a link to it appears in The Society drop down menu. I am still adding to it and plan to have an index to the various sections at the top of the page.

In the private Members' Area, there are three new pages:

  • Registration Renewal, where current members can renew their subscription online at the reduced rate for prompt payment. If you do not already have a password to access the Members' Area, then you should request one by the end of November to make sure you receive it in time to re-register before the end of the year..
  • Out of Print Books. A number of books published by the Society, but no longer available in print form, can be downloaded (free) here. They contain some fascinating information about people, even if you are not connected to those mentioned.
  • Tay Valley Strays. A list of people who have wandered from their native Scotland to faraway places stretching from Jarrow to Auckland.

I hope they lead you to many interesting discoveries.

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