You can view the poor relief indexes for the following parishes within Stirling. Aberfoyle, Balfron, Balquhidder, Buchanan, Callandar, Drymen, Fintry, Gargunnock, Killearn, Kippen, Logie, St. Ninians, Stirling and Strathblane.

The National Police Officers Roll of Honour and Remembrance is an ongoing historical record of all British police officers, including those in service with Colonial or UK administered Forces overseas, who lost their lives in the line of duty, since the earliest days of professional law enforcement over three centuries ago.

During the First World War the Scottish Medical Service Emergency Committee sent out forms to all medical practitioners across Scotland between December 1915 and 1919. The website contains information transcribed from these forms. The type of information given on the forms can be seen in the image below. Visit Website Read more

The Historic Hospital Admission Registers Project (HHARP) covers four hospitals: Great Ormond Street Hospital (and its convalescent home, Cromwell House) Evelina Hospital The Alexandra Hospital for Children with Hip Disease The Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow The Admission Registers cover a period ranging from February 1852 (when Great Ormond Street’s doors first opened) through Read more

Memento Mori has PDF files for all of the following Scottish burial grounds. Aberfoyle Cemetery & Churchyard Airth Cemetery & Churchyard Alva Cemetery Alva Churchyard Auld Isle Cemetery & Burial Ground Baillieston Crosshill Churchyard Baillieston St. John’s Churchyard Baldernock Cemetery & Churchyard Balfron Churchyard Ballengeich Cemetery Bannockburn Cemetery Bathgate (High or New) Churchyard Bathgate (Kirkton Read more