1 edition of Index to 1851 census, Parish of Kiltarlity, Inverness-shire found in the catalog.
Index to 1851 census, Parish of Kiltarlity, Inverness-shire
|Statement||Highland Family History Society ; transcribed by John & Sue Thomson ; checked and indexed by John & Beryl Durham.|
|Contributions||Thomson, John., Thomson, Sue., Durham, John., Durham, Beryl., Highland Family History Society.|
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Source: New Statistical Account of Scotland, for Kiltarlity Family History Library book B4sa, series Parish of Kiltarlity, vol.
The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub. ) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast range of topics including history, agriculture, education, trades, religion and.
Census Index Books: Parish of Petty: Census Index on Fiche: Inverness Burgh: 4 Fiche: Monumental Inscriptions Pre District West: Abertarff, Urquhart & Glenmoriston, Kiltarlity & Convinth, Kilmorack and Kirkhill: Inverness-shire book Inscriptions Index to 1851 census District East: Boleskine, Dores, Inverness & Bona, Moy & Dalarossie, Davlot & Dunlichity, Croy & Dalcross, Petty and Ardersier:.
Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. Parish of Kiltarlity Poor Law appeals – Indexed Poor Law appeals with the option to order images of records. Asylum records – Index to the General Register of Lunatics in Asylums.
School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results. Some indexes cover one parish (and will be listed in the Wiki on the parish page) and some indexes are for Index to 1851 census county as a whole. The Family History Library has county-wide census placename indexes for Inverness-shires- for The Statistical Parish of Kiltarlity of Scotland edited by Sir John Inverness-shire, Ross and Cromarty, with a new introduction by Malcolm PublishingISBN 0 0.
The New Statistical Account of Scotland by the ministers of the respective parishes under the superintendence of a committee of the Society for the Benefit of the Daughters of the Clergy. The population of the parish at the time of the last Statistical Account wasby the census in; the village of Beauly,the total of the country population is The increase of population during the last thirty years has been principally owing to the influx of people from other quarter into the village of Beauly.
PLACE-NAME SURVEY OF THE PARISHES OF KILMORACK, KILTARLITY & CONVINTH, AND KIRKHILL, INVERNESS-SHIRE Simon Taylor Simon Taylor, Dept. of Medieval History, University, St Andrews KY16 9AL File Size: KB.
Here is a list of the surviving Kirk session records for this parish: Poor's Accounts Inverness-shire book Minutes –, - one entry Collections –, – Uvie Mortification –, –, 24 July, Census of Parish Population Note: Available at the National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh, record CH2/ Source: New Statistical Account of Scotland for Alvie, FHL book B4sa, series 2, vol.
The New Statistical Account Parish of Kiltarlity Scotland (pub. ) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast range of topics including history, agriculture, education, trades, religion and social customs. INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL INDEX + FamilySearch; Census Census Census Census Census + Isle of Muck; Census Census + FreeCEN; Census Canna + Canna Local History Group; BRICKWALL + CuriousFox; Inverness-Shire Churches; Inverness-Shire Churches.
Census Index Booklets / Census Indexes - Parishes A-D. Parish of Kiltarlity Listing by individual Parishes Aberfoyle toDunipace. Back to Supplier Search. Aberfoyle Census Index Supplied by: Central Scotland Family History Society Product Ref: CEN-C18 Booklet.
ENUMERATION BOOK. (o/ 33 ao to ' -e NAME OF STREET, ETC. VOLS / - 45 12 7 Ucc. — Parish of Kiltarlity NO. OF VOL. 6qq '/27 XO. ENUMERATION BOOK. 7tfS 4. census Keywords: census street index - Edinburgh and Leith, National Records of Scotland, census.
The census was taken on Sunday 30 March under Index to 1851 census in the Census Act (13 & 44 Vict c) - the last before the introduction of compulsory civil registration in In Scotland enumeration duties were carried out by the Inverness-shire book schoolmaster in each parish and the sheriff deputes (for counties and stewartries) and provosts (for burghs).
Census: (Film # ), (Film #), #, #) History & Genealogy: (Film # ) - Invernessiana: Contributions toward a History of the Town and Parish of Inverness from to (Film # a parish on Index to 1851 census north-east border of Inverness-shire book.
It contains the town of Inverness, and the villages. Since parish numbers weren’t assigned until and this census was taken inthe numbers were applied to the census retroactively for reference purposes. Two other reference numbering systems were used previous to the Parish Number system, but the Parish Number system is the reference system more commonly used by researchers.
Frederick Fraser (b. 7 Mar Kirkhill) inliving with mother-in-law Catherine Cumming in Cromdale; in census, he and his wife Janet McGregor and 2 children at Glaichbea, Kiltarlity; 3.
William Fraser, b. 18 May Kirkhill; in with family in Urray. 34 Campbell Alison Census Inverness-shire C. & J. Censuses "Teens and Twenties" - Reminiscences of Nairn Nairn Nairnshire Census Returns for Olrig Parish Olrig Caithness Census Index for Banffshire - Vol.4 Shand Banffshire A Benvie Chronicle Benvie Benvies A Country Called Stratherrick Innverness Stratherrick South Loch Ness.
Extracts of Census of Inverness-shire, Scotland Parish of Boleskin [Glendomore] DONALD McLEAN - Head - M - 44 - Shepherd (Kilmonivaig) MARY McLEAN - Wife - 40 (Kilmonivaig) FOR OTHER SURNAMES & PARISHES FOR CENSUS CLICK HERE Inverness-shire Context.
From toparishes formed part of the local government system of Scotland: having parochial boards from toand parish councils from until The parishes, which had their origins in the ecclesiastical parishes of the Church of Scotland, often overlapped county boundaries, largely because they reflected earlier territorial divisions.
census numbering sequence _____ _____ ScotlandsPeople Centre ABERDEEN. The table below shows the old references and the corresponding references on the microfilm copy of the census. Please quote the new reference and the film number when ordering the microfilm, using the yellow requisition slip.
census street index – Aberdeen. Inverness-shire. Kincardineshire. Kinross-shire. Kirkcudbrightshire. Lanarkshire. Midlothian. Moray. Scotland International Genealogical Index Scotland Partial Census Search.
Cess book for the County of Lanarkshire Scotland Census Parish of Dalserf, County of Lanark, Scotland Census Southern Necropolis Glasgow. Source: New Statistical Account of Scotland, for Kirkhill FHL book B4sa, To find the microfilm numbers, search in the library catalog for the 'Place-names' of Inverness-shire and the subject of 'Probate records.' Then click on the link to the records of the Commissariat of Inverness.
Return to Inverness-shire parish. For more detail on exact record availability, see Availability. For examples of the records available, see Record Types and Examples. More information on the site, its contents, and instructions for using it can be found in the ScotlandsPeople Wiki s may be searched for free, and there is a small pay per view fee to see the actual digitized record.
The Full Census is now available from various sources. This is the extract - Only 2% and only for certain Parishes, but you could be lucky The 2 per cent extract of the census was done by taking every 50th enumeration book, and transcribing that entire book; NOT every 50th page.
History [edit | edit source]. SNIZORT, a parish, in the island of Skye, county of Inverness, 7 miles (N. W.) from Portree; containing part of the late quoad sacra parish of Steinscholl which was within church, situated at the head of Loch Snizort, built about the yearand originally containing only sittings, has been enlarged, and now contains sittings.
Census Census Index Parish Registers Census Indexes Cemeteries Probate Records Index to Surnames Kiltarlity Free Church Baptisms & Marriages Parishes in the Inverness-shire Census in the AIGS Library Directory of Scotland.
I have yet to find a bmd cert or Parish entry for a direct ancestor. He is Alexander Fraser born - according to a baptism record of childin I cannot find the baptism, or his marriage - year and place both on the same record. All in Kiltarlity, Alexander married Rebecca Chisholm in Camault Muir in Are there records missing.
census extract for Shoreditch and Bethnal Green - David Wilcox has made an extract and will do lookups for specific entries; Ancestry offer an index for all of England and Wales with basic searches for free, but details and images of returns are only available on a paid subscription basis.
The images and indexes at Ancestry are missing. Parish No Ed11 Page 10 Lugton Smithy Archibald Baird - International Genealogical Index Gender: Male Birth:Ayr, Scotland - Death 11 JAN In the Census, Archibald was 33yrs old which makes his D.O.B approx give or take a few years, free BMD doesn't go back that far.
Kiltarlity (Scottish Gaelic: Cill Targhlain) is a small village in the Highland council area of is 12 miles (19 km) west of Inverness, and miles ( km) south of Beauly, on the Bruiach has a population of under 1, people, and a primary school, Tomnacross Primary.
Lovat Shinty Club play at Kiltarlity, on a pitch on the main street, Balgate y: Scotland. Barra, Inverness-shire Historical Description. BARRA, a parish, in the county of Inverness; including the islands of Barra, Bernera, Fladda, Fuday, Helesay, Mingala, Pabba, Sandra, and Watersay; and containing inhabitants, of whom are in the island of Barra.
Index to the Ayrshire Census. The index to the Ayrshire Census provides speedy access to brief details of everyone living in Ayrshire in The index gives information on names and ages, then parishes, book and page numbers allowing the full entry details to be found quickly on the census films.
Held at the Dick Institute (on. Census records allow you to view other family members who were present on the day of the census, typically these will be siblings or parents. If you know that county that your ancestors were in, you are recommended to select the county from the County list in the menu below and the click on the Submit button.
This will refine the list to websites that we know have census data for you chosen. Parish #96b (formerly in Morayshire). This is a guide to the history and major genealogical records of Scotland as they pertain to the parish of Duthil & Rothiemurcas.
To learn more about how to use these records to search for your ancestors, go to the Scotland: Research Strategies. Some church and chapel data from The Religious census of A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 1, South Wales. by I.G Jones, & D.
Williams. UWP, Cardiff, The names are those of the informants. Gwnnws Parish Church (Lower Gwnnws Township) "The 30th of March was very rainy and boisterous" [to explain the attendance of on census day against an average of At the time of Ann's birth, her father Donald was a blacksmith in Clachnaharry, while her mother was named Hannah MacDonald.
They are given in the Census as living in Ardendrain, Kiltarlity. Both their birthplace's are given as the parish of. Inverness-shire Births, Marriages and Deaths Indexes Online. Local BMD Indexes, Family History, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Monumental Inscriptions, Civil Registration, GRO Indexes, BMD, BDM, UK to censuses.
Who Do You Think You Are. The present parish kirk of Kiltarlity & Convinth is at Tomnacross, formerly in Convinth parish. Kiltarlity and Convinth parishes were united c (Fasti ), and the parish today is usually referred to simply as Kiltarlity. Former Ministers of Kiltarlity.
Kiltarlity and Glen Convinth (or Conveth) were united about George Hay. Source: New Statistical Account of Scotland for Kingussie & Insh, Family Histoy Library book B4sa, series 2, vol. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub. ) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast range of topics including history, agriculture, education, trades, religion.
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FamilySearch (Indexes only) ; Pdf People This is pdf pay website providing vital statistics and census data for all of Scotland with original images.
There is a description at Scotland under Genealogical Resources.; Scottish Registration Districts and Parish Register names and numbers are available as a free Excel or Located in: Inverness-shire, Scotland (- ).Twynholm Parish Registers - BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + Archersoftware.The England, Ebook & Scotland Census is the first modern UK census and the earliest census that has survived in its entirety.
A small number of permanent gaps exist in the census. In the enumeration books some parishes and hamlets are permanently missing from these piece numbers.