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East Lothian (Haddington)

Dunbar c1925

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FAMILY NAMES

  • The Lothians Family History Society

    GOVERNMENT SITES

  • East Lothian Council - home page.

    HISTORY AND CULTURE

  • Friendly Societies in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife - a guide to some aspects of the Self-help movement in the region. The information here develops some of the themes, organisations and ideas explored in the project.

    Gullane Smithy

    LOCAL WEBSITES

  • ATHELSTANEFORD - 1841 census.
  • BOLTON - churchyard memorial inscriptions index.
  • BOLTON - 1841 census.
  • DUNBAR - 1851 census
  • HADDINGTON - 1841 census for Haddington-St Johns.
  • HADDINGTON - 1841 census for Haddington-Landward.
  • HADDINGTON - 1841 census for Haddington-Burgh.
  • HADDINGTON - 1851 census
  • MORHAM - 1841 census.
  • PENCAITLAND - Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions.
  • PRESTONKIRK - burial ground survey.
  • SALTOUN - churchyard memorial inscriptions index.
  • WHITTINGEHAME - brial ground survey.

    MAPS, GAZETTEERS AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

  • Ordnance Survey maps - free online maps covering the period 1860-1870.
  • Town Plan of Haddington - surveyed 1853
  • Town Plan of Haddington - Surveyed 1893

    East Lothian County Map

    MILITARY

  • Grave Location for Holders of the Victoria Cross in the Borders & Lothian
  • 1650 Battle of Dunbar - a transcription, arranged alphabetically by order of surname, of Scottish officers captured at the battle of Dunbar. The original document is among the Lothian Muniments at the National Archives of Scotland.

    Tyninghame c1904

    OTHER BITS AND PIECES

  • Evan Clark's Web Site - includes The Parish of Traprain, Prestonkirk Church, Stenton Church, Whittingehame Church, Guidelines for carrying out a graveyard survey, Prestonkirk Burial Ground Survey, Stenton Burial Ground Survey and Whittingehame Burial Ground Survey.
  • GENUKI's pages for East Lothian
  • UK FreeCEN Project - East Lothian 1841 Census Project status page
  • East Lothian 1841 Census Page
  • IGI Batch Numbers for East Lothian
  • Census strays of 1861 - census strays from East and West Indies.
  • Census strays of 1861 - census strays from Ireland.
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