Friday, 7 December 2012

Ayrshire Monumental Inscriptions on Deceased Online

From Deceased Online (www.deceasedonline.com):

Scottish transcriptions collection increases to 16 Ayrshire burial sites

Deceased Online continues to grow its collection of Scottish memorial inscriptions (SMIs) with the addition of thousands of records in 14 cemeteries, burial grounds and churchyards in Ayrshire.

There are now 16 burial sites with SMIs, dating back to 1611, in the registration county of Ayrshire (comprising East, North and South Ayrshire councils) and these are listed here

In total, there are now SMIs from over 200 cemeteries, burial grounds and churchyards across Scotland
SMI data includes photographs of memorials and headstones as well as their carefully transcribed inscriptions

The SMI records are included in the main search indexes on the website so that names and dates can be searched for in the usual way

Coming soon:
More burial records for Lancashire, London and Scotland.


The additions are as follows:

Darvel New Cemetery, Ayrshire (1901)
Darvel Old Cemetery, Ayrshire (1824)
Dreghorn Churchyard and New Cemetery, Ayrshire (1695)
Dreghorn Old Cemetery, Ayrshire (1846)
Glaston Cemetery, Ayrshire (1810)
Hawkhill Cemetery, Stevenston, Ayrshire (1901)
Kilmaurs Cemetery, Ayrshire (1881)
Mauchline Churchyard, Ayrshire (1717)
Muirkirk Cemetery, Ayrshire (1685)
Muirkirk Church, Ayrshire (1719)
Newmilns Cemetery, Ayrshire (1851)
Newmilns Churchyard, Ayrshire (1666)
Sorn Churchyard and Cemetery, Ayrshire (1806)
New Street Cemetery, Stevenston, Ayrshire (1817)
Kilmaurs St Maur's Glencairn Parish Church, Ayrshire (1721)
Stevenston High Kirk, North Ayrshire (1611)

Chris

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