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Dunning Parish Historical Society. Old Schoolhouse, Newton of Pitcairns, Dunning, Perthshire, PH2 0SL Scotland.

Perthshire Baronies. Historically there were a number of regalties and baronies within Perthshire (as elsewhere in Scotland), where Crown vassals held lands by charter on which they held their own courts, as laid down by the individual charter.

Based in Dundee, Tay Valley Family History Society is the main centre for family history research in the Tay Valley area (the former counties of Angus, Fife, Kinross and Perthshire).

Perth and Kinross Council Archive which has been established for over 20 years. The Archive holds the records of Perth & Kinross Council and its predecessors as well as the records of individuals, families, estates, businesses and local clubs and societies. These records may be useful in researching a variety of topics including your family history, the history of the house you live in, and the rich heritage of your local area. Visitors to the Archive come from all over the world and they range from academics, students and schoolchildren, to architects, planners and lawyers, to family, local and house historians. Recent research has included Scottish society in the eighteenth century, the development of the city of Perth, the changing fortunes of a wealthy family, and the history of the ownership of a public house.

North Perthshire Family History Group.

Abertay Historical Society was founded in 1947 and promotes interest in history, particularly the history of Angus, Fife and Perthshire.

Tayside Information Network.

Inns in the Carse of Gowrie 1806.

A K Bell Library Perth including Local Studies department.

Dundee Roots. Find out fascinating facts about your Dundee and Angus forebears and see them brought to life with the aid of the many resources on offer during your visit to Dundee and its environs.

Dundee Library Local Studies Department.

Scottish wills and testaments are a fantastic resource for the genealogist and historian. Why not take time to browse our Scottish Documents website.

The Central Scotland Family History Society was formed in 1990 to serve the needs of those interested in family history who lived in what was then Central Region.

University of Dundee Archive Services.

Buchanan burial ground at Little Leny, Callander.

Carmichael Descendants of Comrie.

Rushworth of Comrie in Perthshire.

Dunira by Comrie in Perthshire, Scotland.

Dull 1851 Census.

Dunning Parish Census of 1871.

Perthshire vehicle registrations 1909-1911.

The Society of Friends of Dunkeld Cathedral was founded to stimulate interest in the Cathedral as a part of the history of Scotland. Who are the Friends? The people who care about the history, the place and the community in the 21st Century. We live in different times from when our great establishments benefited from the protection and support of individuals or families. Now, however, the warmth of support is more likely to come from groups of like-minded people with shared interests, whether these be history (secular or religious), education, architecture or landscape. All these elements are here in Dunkeld and the objectives of the Society of Friends include “the preservation of the fittings and furnishing of the Choir and stimulation of interest in the Cathedral”.

Grave Location for Holders of the Victoria Cross in Tayside and Perthshire, Scotland.

Clan Donnachaidh, which means the children of Duncan, emerged from the union of the Scottish and Pictish kingdoms and counts amongst its forebears the Kindred of St. Columba. The main clan name and that of the chiefs is Robertson, but many other names taken by those descending from the chiefs or belonging to the families who lived on clan estates and sought the chief's protection can be considered septs of the clan.

Old Maps of Scotland, including Perthshire.

Letters Collected by the Canada Company to Encourage Emigration, 1842. In 1842 the Canada Company sent out an agent to collect statements from various settlers in the Huron Tract to use as encouragement to other emigrants. Owning a great deal of land, the Company was interested in selling it to new settlers. These letters and statements, however, do give us some insight into the lives of these new emigrants.

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