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Scottish Collection: Angus, Argyll & Bute, and Banffshire

This week I continue our summary of what's currently available to help locate ancestors who died in Scotland by listing locations covered on our database from Angus, Argyll & Bute, and Banffshire

Amongst the burial sites in the Angus records is the beautiful Kirriemuir Cemetery, the resting place of the author and dramatist James Matthew Barrie (9 May 1860 - 19 June 1937).


  • Aberlemno
  • Airlie
  • Arbirlot Churchyard, Arbroath
  • Arbroath Abbey
  • Arbroath Eastern
  • Arbroath Western
  • Arbirlot
  • Auchterhouse
  • Barry
  • Barry Parish Churchyard
  • Birkhill Cemetery
  • Brechin
  • Brechin Cathedral
  • Bridgefoot Churchyard, Strathmartine
  • Careston
  • Carmyllie
  • Cortachy (Pipers Hillock)
  • Dun
  • Dun Churchyard and Extension *
  • Dunnichen
  • Dunnichen Church Cemetery *
  • Eassie
  • Eassie Churchyard and Extension *
  • Edzell
  • Farnell
  • Farnell Churchyard and Extension *
  • Fern
  • Fowlis
  • Fowlis Easter Church *
  • Friockheim
  • Friockheim Cemetery *
  • Glamis
  • Glamis Cemetery
  • Glamis Churchyard *
  • Glen Clova
  • Glen Isla
  • Glen Prosen 
  • Guthrie
  • Guthrie Churchyard *
  • Inverarity
  • Inverarity Church, Forfar *
  • Inverkeilor
  • Inverkeilor Churchyard and Extension *
  • Kingoldrum
  • Kinnell
  • Kinnell Churchyard *
  • Kinnettles
  • Kinnettles Churchyard *
  • Kirkden 
  • Kirkinch
  • Kirkinch Churchyard *  
  • Kirriemuir
  • Kirriemuir Old Churchyard
  • Liff
  • Liff and Benvie Churchyards
  • Lintrathen
  • Lochlee
  • Lower Logie
  • Lunan
  • Lunan Churchyard *
  • Lundie
  • Mains Churchyard
  • Maryton
  • Maryton Churchyard *
  • Menmuir
  • Monikie
  • Monikie Old Kirkyard *
  • Montrose Old
  • Murroes
  • Newtyle
  • Newtyle Church and Cemetery *
  • Newmonthill
  • Oathlaw 
  • Panbride
  • Panbride Church Cemetery *
  • Rescobie 
  • Rosehill
  • Rossie Island
  • Rossie Island Churchyard and Extension * 
  • Ruthven
  • Shanwell
  • Sleepyhillock
  • St Peter St Mary Churchyard, Montrose
  • St Rules Monifieth
  • St Vigeans Church and Cemetery *
  • St Vigeans
  • Stracathro
  • Stracathro Churchyard *
  • Tannadice
  • Tealing
  • Tealing Churchyard *

Argyll and Bute

Lochgoilhead Churchyard and Cemetery, Argyll


Inveravon Churchyard

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