The Established Church of Scotland was Presbyterian. Here are the pre-1855 records that exist for this parish.
Births: 1640–1665, 1675–1819 1040209 items 4–5 1820–1855 1040210 items 1–3 1829–1845 - neglected entries 1040210items 1–3Marriages: 1640–1663, 1752–1820 1040209 items 4–5 1820–1854 1040210 items 1–3Deaths: 1639–1663 1040209items 4–5 1753–1841 1040210items 1–3 Index: For an index to these records, see Scotland’s People website, a pay-for-view website.
Lorraine Cramb of Remax Impact is delighted to bring to the market this detached property which is situated within south facing plot benefitting from wonderful panoramic views. Lorraine Cramb of RE/MAX Impact is delighted to bring to the market this lovely three bedroom semi detached property.
EPC Rating D Tillicoultry provides an excellent range of shops and (...)Read more...
If you have items you'd like the Hospice to benefit from, please tell a member of staff that you wish them to be sold on e Bay, furniture, clothing, collectables, toys etc.
___________________________SPIRE (Scottish Primary Care Information Resource)NHSScotland is improving the way it uses information from GP patient records.
To learn more about how to use these records to search for your ancestors, go to the Scotland: Research Strategies. The name of this place is by some writers supposed to be of Gaelic etymology, and descriptive of the situation of Tillicoultry on a rising ground in the rear of the county; others deem it a corruption from the Latin, denoting that the place was a settlement of the ancient Culdees.
We can now sell your items on e Bay to maximise your donation.
There are also places of worship for members of the Free Church, United Secession, and Unitarians. 1834-45) 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.