Aberdeen Registers Online: 1398-1511 (ARO) is a digital transcription of the first eight volumes of the Aberdeen Council Registers. These comprise the earliest and most complete run of books of civic government in Scotland, beginning in 1398 (volume one) and covering the period up to 1511 (volume eight)
The Aberdeen Registers Online resource provides the digital transcription created by the LACR project
LACR forms part of the Aberdeen Burgh Records Project, a partnership between the Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives and the Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Aberdeen.
LACR, the University of Aberdeen and Aberdeen City Council are committed to maintaining the Aberdeen Registers Online (ARO) as a resource that is publicly available and that is free at the point of access.
Frankot, E., Havinga, A. D., Hawes, C., Hepburn, W., Peters, W. T. M., Armstrong, J., Astley, P. W., Mackillop, A., Simpson, A. R. C. & Wyner, A. Z., 2019
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Frankot, E. (Creator), Havinga, A. D. (Creator), Hawes, C. (Creator), Hepburn, W. (Creator), Peters, W. T. M. (Creator), Armstrong, J. (Creator), Astley, P. W. (Creator), Mackillop, A. (Creator), Simpson, A. R. C. (Creator), Wyner, A. Z. (Creator) (2019). Aberdeen Registers Online 1398-1511. University of Aberdeen. 10.20392/ff90263d-b66b-4a9b-8f78-e1daf25d81b7