Lochbroom parish 1825 Militia List
OTHER BITS AND PIECES
GENUKI's pages for Ross & Cromarty
List of Cromarty Householders 1744
"Some Coigach History" - Lochbroom Parish, Coigach.
Census Transcriptions - includes 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871 & 1881 censuses, listed by parish.
Terry's Relative Finder - various 1841 census transcripts from Ross & Cromarty.
1891 Census Rosemarkie
Ship passenger list - Liverpool to Tasmania on the Sir Allan McNab, 1853/4. includes 15 families from the Coigach Barony (Parish of Lochbroom).
Ships passenger lists - from Cromarty by Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild.
IGI Batch Numbers for Ross & Cromarty
Cape Breton, now part of Nova Scotia in Canada was the destination of more Hebridean Scots than any other part of the then British Empire. There were to be emigrants from England and Ireland in Gabarus and Margaree, and Acadian settlers in Cheticamp and Isle Madame, but otherwise, Cape Breton was to become another Hebrides, on the other side of the Atlantic. (part one) and
In 1772 the first organised emigration from the Hebrides to Canada took place, not on the 'Hector' to Pictou in Nova Scotia as is usually assumed, but on the 'Alexander' to Prince Edward Island. For more information please
The earliest major emigration from the Western Isles of Scotland was to Virginia and the Carolinas, but this was not, as it is often pictured, the flight of impoverished and demoralised peasantry, forced to leave their land. On the contrary, it was a well-prepared move by some of the wealthier classes in the Highlands and Islands to set up a New Highlands in a New World. For more information please CLICK HERE.
Genealogy in The Outer Hebrides - Over the last three centuries many thousands of people emigrated from the Western Isles or Hebrides of Scotland, and a large part of the work at Co Leis Thu? involves trying to trace the earlier history of these emigrants, and making the attempt to link them to families presently in the Hebrides.
Miscellaneous Ross & Cromarty 1841 census records.
Ships in Ross & Comarty - also Caithness and Sutherland 1881 census.
Annotated census extracts from various locations around Ross & Cromarty.