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Crail harbour c1923.

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FAMILY NAMES

  • Fife Family History Society
  • Kingdom of Fife Surnames List

    GOVERNMENT SITES

  • Fife Council - home page.

    HISTORY AND CULTURE

  • ABERTAY Historical Society
  • FORTH RAIL BRIDGE - list of casualties during construction 1884-1892. HappyHaggis. Happy to Help.
  • KINCARDINE-on-Forth Local History Group

    Dunfermline farm c1690

    LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS AND ARCHIVES

  • University of St Andrews - library.
  • Fife Council Archive Centre
  • Kirkcaldy Central Library - details.
  • Dunfermline Central Library - details.

    LOCAL WEBSITES

  • DUNFERMLINE - Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline by the Rev. Peter Chalmers A.M. Published in 1844 this 599 page book is available to download free from the Google Book site.
  • ELIE Parish Church and cemetery. Details of names and inscriptions (incomplete)HappyHaggis. Happy to Help.
  • FORGAN & NEWPORT - directories, valuation rolls, baptisms indexed by mother's maiden name etc.
  • INVERTIEL - church baptisms 1844-1854.
  • KILCONQUHAR - list of burials 1847-1854.
  • KINGSBARN - conservation village situated between St Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife.
  • LEUCHARS - Leuchars Cemetery inscriptions. HappyHaggis. Happy to Help.
  • LEUCHARS - War Memorial inscriptions. HappyHaggis. Happy to Help.
  • LEUCHARS - Leuchars St Athernase Cemetery inscriptions. HappyHaggis. Happy to Help.
  • ST ANDREWS - History of St. Andrews, Episcopal, manastic, academic and civil; comprising the principal part of the Ecclesiastical History of Scotland from the earliest age till the present time, by the Rev. C.J. Lyon M.A. Published in 1843, this 443 page book is available to download free from the Google Book site.
  • TULLIALLAN - headstones Of Tulliallan Kirkyard, Kincardine-on-Forth.

    Fife county map

    MAPS, GAZETTEERS AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

  • Ordnance Survey maps - free online maps covering the period 1860-1870.
  • Town Plan of Burntisland - surveyed 1894
  • Town Plan of Cupar - surveyed 1854
  • Town Plan of Cupar - surveyed 1893-4
  • Town Plan of Dunfermline - surveyed 1854
  • Town Plan of Dunfermline - surveyed 1894
  • Town Plan of Kirkcaldy - surveyed 1855
  • Town Plan of Kirkcaldy - surveyed 1894
  • Town Plan of St Andrews - surveyed 1854
  • Town Plan of St Andrews - surveyed 1893

    MILITARY

  • Grave Location for Holders of the Victoria Cross in Fife
  • Fife Roll of Honour

    Kirk Brae, Markinch (left) and Buckhaven Harbour 1923 (right)

    OTHER BITS AND PIECES

  • GENUKI's pages for Fife
  • 1861 Parochial Directory - for Fife and Kinross Excerpts ( for the villages of villages of Blebo Craigs, Blebo Mills, & Kemback Mills.
  • IGI Batch Numbers for Fife
  • Ships in port - 1881 census of ships in port in Fife and Perth.
  • Fife Council - catalogues now online. Local history materials include books, maps, artefacts, photographs, newspapers, oral history recordings, video recordings, manuscripts and ephemera. The archives also include the minute books of Fife Council and records of official bodies that have been maintaining roads and dealing with other county wide issues since 1709.

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