Friday, 18 October 2019

Stirling Council puts burial records online

Stirling Council has made available some 83,221 burial records online for free via its Open Dhttps://data.stirling.gov.uk/dataset/cemetery-records.
ata platform at

The records can be downloaded in several formats, and include burials for the following areas:
  • Aberfoyle
  • Balfron
  • Ballengeich
  • Balquhidder
  • Bannockburn
  • Buchanan
  • Callander
  • Drymen
  • Dunblane
  • Fintry Churchyard
  • Gargunnock
  • Gartmore
  • Gartmore Churchyard
  • Killearn
  • Killearn Woodland
  • Killin
  • Kilmadock
  • Kippen
  • Kirkton (Tyndrum)
  • Lecropt
  • Logie
  • Mar Place
  • Port of Menteith
  • Snowdon
  • St Ninians
  • St Thomas
  • Strathblane
  • Thornhill 
  • Trossachs Churchyard
  • Tyndrum New Cemetery
  • Valley

The informaion returned, where available, is as follows:
  • Cemetery
  • Section, Row and Number
  • First Name and Surname
  • Age and Age Unit (e.g. days, months, years)
  • Date Died
  • Date Buried

The records were first uploaded on 4 FEB 2019, and updated again two weeks ago on 2 OCT 2019.

Chris

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