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Scottish Collection: Perthshire & Kinross, South Lanarkshire, Stirling, and West Lothian

This week completes our list of Scottish Collections and covers our records in Perthshire & Kinross, South Lanarkshire, Stirling, and West Lothian

St Mary's Church St Mary's Scottish Episcopal Church. Looking north across the roundabout, from entrance road to golf course (Derek Ferris)

Perthshire and Kinross

Aberuthven Church & Cemetery
Auchterarder Church & Cemeteries
Arngask Old Church
Cleish Church Cemetery, Kinross
Dron Old Churchyard
Dunkeld Church, Dowally
Dunning St Serf's Churchyard
Findo Gask Churchyard
Forgandenny Churchyard
Forteviot Churchyard
Fowlis Wester Churchyard
Glenfarg Cemetery
Kilmaveonaig Church, Blair Atholl
Logierait Church & Cemetery
Luncarty Cemetery
Portmoak Church & Extension, Kinross
St Mary's Church, Birnam, Dunkeld
Tenandry Old Churchyard, Killiecrankie
Tibbermore Church
Trinity Gask Churchyard

South Lanarkshire
Carnwath Parish Church
Covington & Quothquan Churchyards
Dalserf Old Churchyard
Dunsyre Churchyard
Forth - Wilsontown Churchyard
Glassford Old Churchyard and Extension
Lamington Churchyard & Cemetery
Larkhall Cemetery Part 1
Larkhall Cemetery Part 2
Libberton Churchyard & Extension
Pettinain Churchyard
Symington Church & St Johns Kirk
Wiston & Roberton Churchyards

St Mary's Churchyard, Dunblane

West Lothian
Abercorn Churchyard and Cemetery
Adambrae Cemetery
Bathgate Old Churchyard, West Lothian
Bo'ness Old Churchyard, West Lothian
Dalmeny Churchyard, West Lothian
East Calder Churchyard, Cemetery
Ecclesmachan Strathbrock Church and Cemetery, West Lothian
Kirk Of Calder Churchyard, West Lothian
Kirkliston Churchyard and Cemetery, West Lothian
Kirknewton Churchyard, West Lothian
Livingston Village Churchyard, West Lothian
Mid Calder, Cemetery
South Queensferry Cemetery, West Lothian
South Queensferry Old Church The Vennel, West Lothian
Torphichen Church and Preceptory, West Lothian
Uphall Church St Nicholas, West Lothian
Whitburn South Church, West Lothian
Winchburgh, West Lothian

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