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Index to 1851 census, parish of Fodderty, Ross & Cromarty

Index to 1851 census, parish of Fodderty, Ross & Cromarty

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Published by Highland Family History Society in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Personal -- Scotland -- Fodderty.,
  • Scotland -- Census.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHighland Family History Society ; transcribed by Donnie MacLennan ; compiled and indexed by John & Beryl Durham.
    ContributionsMacLennan, Donnie., Durham, John., Durham, Beryl., Highland Family History Society.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18656333M

    The Parish. Fodderty is a parish located in the Highland Council Area, some 10 miles (15 km) northwest of Dingwall and 14 miles (22 km) west of stretches northwest into the hills from the foot of the Cromarty Firth and the River Conon. Between and the parish was located in the old county of Ross and Cromarty, which was replaced in that year by the Highland Region and in. The records now online can be searched by census year, forename and surname of claimant, claimant's present address, forename and surname of claimant's mother and father, and townland/street, parish, barony and county where resident in or

    Burial Grounds of Ross & Cromarty. Many burial sites have been lost to history. This website covers public burial grounds; some private burial grounds may be included. Sites 'completed' ie. at least 90% of legible stones included; sites in progress. Click on the burial site name (where underlined) to link to an image and a brief description. I have Ann Junor (b) of Fodderty, Ross. Her father was James, born in Avoch and his father was David. Re: Illinois Posted on: 19 Feb , by Estella Pryor. Surnames > Yule. William Yule was born 6 April in Maryburgh a small village in the aprish of Fodderty, Ross & Cromarty. His parents were James yule and Grace Johnstone. they.

    History [edit | edit source]URQUHART and LOGIE WESTER, a parish, partly in the county of Nairn, but chiefly in the county of Ross and Cromarty, 2 miles (S. E.) from Dingwall; containing the villages of Conanbridge and Newton, and the hamlet of place comprehends the ancient parish of Urquhart. The church, situated on the shore of the Frith, and nearly in the centre of the parish. Contin was under the probate jurisdiction of the Commissary Court of Ross until , and since then has been under the Sheriff Court of Ross & Cromarty. Probate records for are indexed online at You must register on the website but use of the index to probate records, called 'Wills & Testaments,' is free.


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Index to 1851 census, parish of Fodderty, Ross & Cromarty Download PDF EPUB FB2

Census Index: Parish of Edderton, Ross and Cromarty [John Durham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Census, Lochbroom, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland Partial Transcriptions The following have been transcribed by Janet Connochie from microfilmed copies of the Census of Scotland.

The films were obtained through my parish of Fodderty Family History Center. Film Number - Census, Ross & Cromarty, includes parish Lochbroom.

As mentioned elsewhere, the information here is in no way. The place-names of Ross and Cromarty by Ian A. Fraser, IN: The Ross and Cromarty book edited by Donald Index to 1851 census (Golspie: Northern Times, ), Names and places in Easter Ross by Rev. William Taylor, IN: Scottish Geographical Magazine, v.

2, no. 1(), Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. Poor Law appeals – Indexed Poor Law appeals with the option to order images of records.

Asylum records – Index to the General Register of Lunatics in Asylums. School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results. Census, Tain, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland Partial Transcriptions The following have been transcribed by Janet Connochie from microfilmed copies of the Census of Scotland.

The films were obtained through my local Family History Center. Film Number - Census, Ross & Cromarty, includes parish # Tain. As mentioned elsewhere, the information here is in no way. In the Uray census aged 44 my grt grt grandfather John Mackenzie declares he was born in Fodderty yet his parents Alexander Mackenzie and Janet Robertson c farmed Teanagairn in the northern shore of the Black Isle and Alexander was said to have been born there in Have been watching this story develope and hesitantly dip my toe in these waters as.

Some of the Ross and Cromarty-shire parish records are indexed in Ross and Cromartys, Scotland, Extracted Parish Records. This database is a collection of historical parish registers from the county of Ross and Cromarty in the country of Scotland. The records in this collection can range in date from the early s to the mid- to lates.

Ross & Cromarty, Scotland: Classification: Parish Records Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial. There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees.

"FODDERTY, a parish in the district of Wester Ross, county Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, 4 miles W. of Ding, wall. It contains the villages of Balblair, Keithtown, Carnoch, Kinlochyart, Maryburgh, and the postal village of Strathpeffer.

It lies at the foot of Ben Wyvis and Knockfallaric, the. Parish of Nigg: Census Index Books: Parish of Rosskeen: Census Index Books: Burgh and Parish of Tain: Census Index Books: Parish of Tarbat: Census Index Books: Parish of Alness: Census Index Books: Parish of Contin: Census Index Books: Royal Burgh & Parish of Dingwall: Census Index Books: Parish of Edderton.

Carnoch, Ross and Cromarty Historical Description CARNOCH, or STRATHCONON, a quoad sacra parish, 20 miles (W.) from Dingwall; consisting of parts of the parishes of CONTIN, FODDERTY, and URRAY, county of ROSS and CROMARTY; and containing inhabitants.

Inhouseholders were asked to give more precise details of the places of birth of each resident, to state their relationship to him or her, marital status and the nature of any disabilities from which they may have suffered.

The enumerator then collected the census schedules and these were copied into census enumerators' books. CENSUS Ross & Cromarty Parishes in the Census held in the AIGS Library Note that these items are microfilm of the original Census records and are filed in the Film cabinets under their Parish Numbers.

Ross & Cromarty, Gairloch and surrounds Fiche ROC 1D-3D Film ROC Parish of Alness (57) Parish of Applecross (58) Parish of. Advanced Search. Browse.

BARVAS, a parish, in the island of Lewis, county of Ross and Cromarty, 10 miles (N. by N.) from Stornoway; containing, with the former quoad sacra district of Cross, inhabitants. The name of this place, like many other names in the neighbourhood, is supposed to be of Norwegian derivation; but its signification is altogether unknown.

Their son Murdoch Dingwall was b. 15 Jan at the Height of Keppoch in Fodderty. (Parish records name his father as Alexander.) Murdoch married Mary Dingwall (maiden name) 30 May in Fodderty, and they immigrated to Ontario, Canada, around Cromarty Parish Registers - BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + FamilySearch; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + Archersoftware.

History [edit | edit source]. FODDERTY, a parish, in the county of Ross and Cromarty, 2 miles (W.) from Dingwall; containing the villages of Auchterneed, Keithtown, and Maryburgh, the island of Balblair, and part of the quoad sacra districts of Carnoch and name is probably derived from two words in the Gaelic language, signifying a meadow along the side of a hill, a.

Ross & Cromarty Catalogue of Fiche, Film & CDs in the Library of the Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies Inc. Located in Blackburn, Victoria, whose aims are to promote and encourage the study of Genealogy, Heraldry, Family History and allied subjects, and to assist members and the general public in genealogical and family history research.

Context. From toparishes formed part of the local government system of Scotland: having parochial boards from toand parish councils from until The parishes, which had their origins in the ecclesiastical parishes of the Church of Scotland, often overlapped county boundaries, largely because they reflected earlier territorial divisions.

Census records allow you to view other family members who were present on the day of the census, typically these will be siblings or parents. If you know that county that your ancestors were in, you are recommended to select the county from the County list in the menu below and the click on the Submit button.

This will refine the list to websites that we know have census data for you chosen.Census Online. Census name indexes and transcripts are available online.

A census name index is an index of names compiled from the census records, and enable you to search for a person by surname, forename and age.

Transcripts are more detailed than indexes, and enable you to search across all the fields, such as occupation and address.Parish: Entries: Format: Price: Alvie: Booklet: £ Ardersier: Booklet: £ Glenelg: Booklet: £ Inverness Burgh: 4 fiche: £