It is with regret that the Webmaster
has to advise readers that Arlene from Canada) died at the end of 2010.
These lists that she compiled will remain as a memory of her great
efforts to compile them in the early 1990s. The Webmaster will continue
to add extra information and edit entries by Arlene where it may be
appropriate to do so. Particularly of note is the vastly increased data
available regarding "The Muster Roll Of Angus".
It is fitting that the webpages will remain "as written" by
This page also provides links on this website
to various data
collections I have made over several years, mostly in connection with my own
Family History research, as above. I have now decided to place some of the
results of my research in the public domain. My information is held on my computer in British
Columbia in Canada and copies have been emailed to Monikie in Scotland, where this
website is based. I am grateful to the Webmaster of the Monikie, Scotland
Website for providing this space - we are both fellow members of the Tay
Valley Family History Society which you are encouraged to join if you have
family history connections with the area.
BEFORE you look at any of my lists you
are advised to
to get a better understanding
of them and what you can do with them.
Here are my lists -
Monikie Parish (Kirk). Various Lists for
Death. etc. Records and Burials
Monikie 1841 Census
Deaths Registered at Dundee,
a list of over
6,500 records of persons whose deaths were registered at Dundee, Scotland,
almost entirely from 1st April 1990 up to 19th March 1993.
Dundee (St. Peter
Parish), Scotland - 558 burial records for 1837 to 1856 from the OPR for ALL
Parish, Angus, Scotland - 595 burial records for 1856 to 1876 from the OPR.
Angus, Scotland - 1841 Census, a few dozen selected entries.
Angus, Scotland - a few 1772 burial entries from the OPR.
June 2011 Muster Rolls of Angus, South African War, 1899-1900;
A GREAT MANY NEW names of
the officers and soldiers (etc.) of the first formed corps from Angus for the Boer
War. (Also, large list of subscribers to both books.)
Please refer to these notes first before
looking at the muster rolls.
Information on the 3rd (Dundee) Highland
Volunteer Battalion the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 2nd Active Service
Valuation Roll for the Monikie Civil Parish
in 1904 - 05.
Angus Hearth Money records for the parishes of
Monikie and Lundie in 1691
To help you find your way around this area here
is a large map (326k) of Angus and Kincardineshire
showing Parish and some place names.
The background music you may hear is to a song by Robert
Burns. The printed words and vocal is available HERE.
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