1 edition of Transcriptions of monumental inscriptions in Maryhill Old Burying Ground found in the catalog.
Transcriptions of monumental inscriptions in Maryhill Old Burying Ground
by Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Society in [Glasgow]
|Statement||edited by J. S. Fairie.|
|Contributions||Fairie, J. S., Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
A comprehensive listing, including location of registers and monumental inscriptions can be found in: Willing, J. and Fairie, J.S., Burial Grounds in Glasgow: a brief guide for the genealogist (Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Society, revised and re-printed ). All the memorial inscriptions within the main burial ground, some with photos. Recorded by members of the Todmorden Antiquarian Society. Plus. OLD UNITARIAN CHAPEL TODMORDEN. Memorial inscriptions of all the graves situated in the original burial ground at the old chapel and Sunday School, some with photos.
FAMILY HISTORY FOR BEGINNERS. Monumental Inscriptions. Introduction It is rare to find a memorial to a deceased person dated much before Those which survive will usually relate to more wealthy people and will most often be found inside a church rather than in a churchyard (where the ravages of time are likely in any event have obliterated such early inscriptions). BFHS Publications - Monumental Inscriptions This shows all our Monumental Inscriptions volumes currently for sale. Society members get a discount of £1 per volume. Examples of Gravestone (Tombstone) Inscriptions. Scottish Borders Council has a list of burial grounds. Search the Gravestones Index.
North-East Midlothian Monumental Inscriptions: Duddingston Kirkyard, Greendykes Burying Ground, Inveresk Kirkyard, Liberton Kirkyard, Newton Kirkyard, Old Newton Kirkyard: to which is added the Poll tax records for Duddingston, Inveresk & Liberton. Staffordshire Monumental Inscriptions Staffordshire, Diocese of Lichfield & Coventry marriage allegations and bonds, Staffordshire, Dioceses of Lichfield and Coventry wills and probate
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Gravestone inscriptions ( Kb) Transcriptions in order of lair number. Lair plan (99 Kb) A hand-drawn diagram showing the number and location of each lair. Index ( Kb) An alphabetical index of names with the numbers of their lairs.
Names with an asterisk appear only in the receipt book and not on the stone. Monumental Inscriptions are normally transcribed from headstones in the churchyard, Plinths or plaques in the church.
The booklet normally contains a plan of the graveyard and an alphabetical surname index of those names transcribed. Then there is a transcription of each headstone / plinth / plaque.
Back to the top. Maryhill Transcriptions of monumental inscriptions in Maryhill Old Burying Ground Fairie, J Scott Ramshorn Transcriptions of Monumental Inscriptions in Ramshorn Burying ground & St David's Ramshorn Church with other records of lair ownership GfFAI Necropolis Biographical and descriptive sketches of Glasgow Necropolis.
St Peter's Old Burial Ground, East Maitland (J Waddell, Maitland FH Circle) St Thomas C of E Cemetery, Upper Mangrove Creek; Tea Gardens General Cemetery Headstone Inscriptions 2nd ed.
(Maitland FHC) Thalaba Baptist Cemetery 2nd ed (Maitland FH Circle) Toowong Cemetery Qld, Vol.1 Portions (Qld FHS). Sydney Burial Ground – Monumental Inscriptions – Transcribed in The Title page from the following book reads: Sydney Burial Ground (E lizabeth and Devonshire Streets) and History of Sydney’s Early Cemeteries from by Keith A.
Johnson and Malcolm R. Sainty. published by the Library of Australian History, Sydney This volume comprises all the cemetery records originally published in the fifteen volumes of The "Old Northwest" Genealogical Quarterly between and It consists principally of tombstone inscriptions from cemeteries in the following counties in northeastern and central Ohio: Athens, Delaware, Fairfield.
Inan effort led the Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Society, and edited by J.S. Fairie, saw the graves documented to try and ascertain who was buried there and the inscriptions upon the tombstones.
The impressive and well-detailed report is available on the Maryhill Old Parish Church website. Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards of Sutherland. Image right - St.
Barr's burial ground, Dornoch Cathedral. The aim of this project is to gather together information regarding cemeteries and graveyards in the county which either have available transcriptions or have been photographed and transcribed.
Memorial Inscriptions. All 'Avon' church and churchyard memorial inscriptions have been recorded, together with known nonconformist burial grounds and some cemeteries. The records include some burial register entries for Holy Souls Catholic Cemetery at Arnos Vale, Broadmead Baptists and 18th century affidavits for burial in woollen shrouds.
dalton old churchyard dornock cemetery dryfesdale cemetery dumfries - st. marys dumfries - st. michaels dunscore village churchyard ecclefechan churchyard ewes churchyard gretna burial ground hoddam cemetery - near ecclefechan hutton churchyard hutton and corrie cemetery johnstone church burial ground.
The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) has a large collection of transcriptions of graveyard inscriptions in the Randal Gill Library. Subject to copyright law and to permission from the organisations supplying the material and to suppressing “recent” events, we plan to place more indexes and transcriptions online as complete.
Monumental Inscriptions Parish registers of burials are particularly defective in Scotland and gravestones are often the only death record to survive before compulsory registration began in Transcription of remaining gravestones has been carried out in many cemeteries throughout Ayrshire.
Maryhill Old Parish Church Burying Ground: R M Lanarkshire: Ramshorn: Transcriptions of Monumental Inscriptions in the Ramshorn Burying Grounds and St. David's (Ramshorn) Church With Other Records of Lair Ownership. R T Lanarkshire: South Dalziel: South Dalziel Parish Churchyard: Monumental Inscriptions: R S.
Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society has published transcriptions of monumental inscriptions in the St. David's Ramshorn Burial Ground. Individual members of the FHS have made transcriptions in various other cemeteries in the West of Scotland, notably the Glasgow Necropolis (incomplete) and Maryhill Old Burial Ground.
Monumental Inscriptions in the Ramshorn Burying Grounds and St. David’s (Ramshorn) Church together with other records of lair ownership, By J.S. Fairie and A.M.
Hall: £ gms G Glasgow, St Andrews by the Green M.I.s. scottish monumental inscriptions Here at SMI we photograph and transcribe burial grounds around Scotland. Some of the stones are old and weathered and dont have much information left, some of them only have Initials, like the one in the photo.
Lanarkshire MI - Carstairs Avenue Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions. A4, 48 pages, indexed Lanarkshire MI - Carstairs Cemetery, Cemetery Road Monumental Inscriptions.
This book contains details of the various monumental inscriptions at Ripon Cathedral, England, as they stood in (when the book was published). It is intended as a genealogy aid. All pages have been scanned into GIF format, and some have been processed into text (i.e.
searchable using the "search" facility of your browser, and much smaller. Despite variations in format between the sites (due to the original compilation styles of the data) all contain the same basic information: churchyard, church and burial ground plans, a brief history of the site, indexes of names and memorial locations, and of course transcripts of the monumental inscriptions.
This is a complete list of transcriptions of monumental inscriptions in the City Library Local Studies & Family History Centre, arranged by parish. Some transcripts cover inscriptions up to and are indexed by personal name, unless otherwise stated.
Volumes marked * contain inscription for single parishes only. Other volumes. This Monumental Inscription record of the site was carried out during and Monumental Inscriptions, Boharm Churchyard page 3 moved here from the old burial ground at Arndilly, which is now beneath Arndilly House.
Transcriptions of Monumental Inscriptions in the Ramshorn Burying Grounds by J.S. Fairie and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Paperback.worldwide,cemetery,cemeteries,graveyard,gravestone,memorial,churchyard,tombstone,monumental,inscription,church,tomb,chapel Tombstones & Monumental Inscriptions The aim of this site is to provide a photographic record of the various churches, churchyards, graveyards and cemeteries for the benefit of those genealogists who live some distance away.