Kinneff & Catterline (Kincardineshire)

Records, sources & information about the Parish of Kinneff and Catterline

Parish number 262

map of Kinneff and Catterline

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Births & baptisms
Books & articles
Census records
Church Session
Clock & watch tax
Deaths & burials
Estate records
Farm horse tax
Heritors' records
Land owners
Ministers of the parish
Monumental inscriptions
Old parish registers
Parish Church
Photographs of places
Population statistics
School records
Statistical Accounts
Testaments & wills


The parish of Bervie KCD was disjoined from Kinneff in 1618. Kinneff and Catterline were united in 1719.

Please also visit the page of general information applicable to all of Angus & Kincardineshire.


NLSNational Library of Scotland
NRSNational Records of Scotland, formerly called the National Archives of Scotland [NAS] and, before that, the Scottish Record Office [SRO]
HM General Register House, Edinburgh EH1 3YY (Tel: +44-131-535-1314)
OPROld Parish Registers of Births/baptisms, Banns/marriages & Deaths/burials (pre-1855)


Books & articles


Statistical accounts of Kinneff


Maps of Kinneff & Catterline

For the full range of maps of Kinneff & Catterline, see National Library's Maps.


Photographs of places Kinneff - recent photographs of Kinneff. National Grid ref. NO8574. Catterline - recent photographs of Catterline. National Grid ref. NO8678.


Parish church

Kinneff Kirk is located at National Grid ref. NO855748. Rebuilt in 1738, restored in 1960s.

Catterline Kirkyard is at NO867785. The kirk was dedicated to St Catherine and was appropriated to Arbroath Abbey.

Photograph of Kinneff Kirk

Another photo of Kinneff Kirk

Above: Kinneff Kirk

Other churches

Details of the former Free Kirk of Kinneff, which later became Kinneff and Catterline Parish Church, but is now closed, are here.

Details of St Philip's Episcopal Church, Catterline are here.


Parish ministers 1560-1932

adm.: admitted, ass.: assistant, bapt.: baptised, contr.: contract, dem.: demitted, dep.: deposed, ind.: inducted, lic.: licensed, mar.: married, min.: minister, ord.: ordained, pres.: presented, rel.: related, res.: resigned, suc.: successor, test.: testament, tr.: translated

Ministers of Kinneff, 1560-1717; Kinneff & Catterline, 1717-1900

Sir William Owstean (Austin)1561vicar pensioner
Alexander Keith1563min. 1563, and at Garvock
John Patrick1563min. 1563, and at Arbuthnott
James Fullarton1567reader 1567
James Simson1574-1575reader here 1574 & at Bervie & Catterline; 'exhorter' 1575
George Young1585-1589min. 1585, having Bervie and Rescobie in his charge; still min. 1589, with Bervie also in his charge
Alexander Sibbald1611-1612M.A.; adm. bef. 10 Jun 1611; tr. to Kemnay ABD bef. 1613
James Rait1613-1618adm. to Auldearn NAI 1585; tr. to Bervie 1591; called 'vicar' here 10 Jul 1602, with Bervie still in charge; tr. to Catterline bef. 1613; tr. & adm. 1613; d. 2 Dec 1618; mar.; issue: Robert, Wm
James Strachan1619-ca. 1639son of Andrew Strachan, min. of Dun; M.A. St Andrews 1604; adm. Barry 27 Sep 1611; tr. & adm. 1619; dep. ca. 1639; still living 14 Jun 1662; mar. contr. 16 Apr 1610 Margaret, dau. of Mr Arthur Fithie, min. of Inverkeilor
James Granger1640-1663M.A. St Andrews 1626; preacher Montrose 1635; hid the Honours of Scotland under Kinneff Kirk floor, 1651x1652; d. early 1663 aged ca. 57; mar. Christian Fletcher who survived him; issue: John, Margaret
James Honyman (primus)1663-1693son of David H., baker, St Andrews; bro. of Andrew Honyman, bishop of Orkney; M.A. St Andrews 1649; ass. Crail FIF 1656-8; adm. 30 Sep 1663; d. 25 May 1693 aged ca. 64; mar. 1671 Margaret Leask; issue: Andrew, min. here; Alexr; Robert, min. in New York; James, min. Newport Rhode Island; Cecil; Rachel (mar. William Elphinstone, min. of Logie); Margaret
Andrew Honyman1701-1732b. Apr 1672, eldest son of above; M.A. St Andrews 1688; ord. 24 Sep 1701; d. 30 Dec 1732; mar. 1702 Helen Rait, of the Raits of Finlayston; issue: James, min. here; Andrew; Wm; Rachel (mar. David Corse, min. of Dunnottar); Jane
James Honyman (secundus)1733-1780b. 1704, son of above; ord. Keithhall 26 Sep 1728; tr. & adm. 29 Aug 1733; d. 6 Jan 1780; mar. 1738 Katherine, dau. of John Allardyce, provost of Aberdeen; issue: Jean; Helen (mar. Robert Edward); James, min. here; John, dissenting min. in England; Robert, physician in Virginia; Patrick
James Honyman (tertius)1780-1781b. 1745, son of above; M.A. Marischal 1763; min. Newport Rhode Island; pres. (ass. & suc.) 16 Jun 1773; ord. 17 Aug 1780; d. unm. 5 Aug 1781
Patrick Stewart1782-1830son of James S., farmer; ord. ass. Middelburg Holland 20 May 1772; adm. 2 May 1782; d. 22 May 1830; mar. 1784 Christian Leslie; issue: James; Marjory; Anna (mar. John Campbell Stewart M.D.); Duncan; Wm (sheriff clerk, Stonehaven); Lewis; Isaac Grant; Allan, min. here; Patrick, customs officer, London; Fleance, M.A., L.R.C.P.&S.E.; Walter; Alexr, ass. surgeon HEICS; John, farmer Catterline; Christian
Allan Stewart1818-1837b. 1796, son of above; M.A. Marischal 1814; ord. (ass. & suc.) 17 Sep 1818; d. unm. 13 Jan 1837
Thomas Brown1837-1843b. 1811, son of John Brown, D.D., min. of Langton; missionary Dumfries; ord. 15 Sep 1837; joined Free Kirk 1843; min. of Kinneff Free Kirk 1843-9; min. of Dean Free Kirk, Edinburgh 1849-93; D.D. Edinburgh 1888; moderator of Free Kirk 1890; d. 4 Apr 1893 Edinburgh; mar. 1848 Marianne, dau. of James Wood M.D., Edinburgh; issue: John James Graham, M.D., P.R.C.P.E.; Mary Eleanor Lucy; James Wood, min. of Free Kirk, Gordon BEW; several publications on geology
William Mearns of Disblair1843-1891b. 1814 Tarves, son of Prof. Duncan Mearns of Disblair, D.D. (who was nephew, and heir in Disblair, of George Morison of Elsick & Disblair, D.D., min. of Banchory-Devenick); M.A. Aberdeen 1832; ord. Glenrinnes 1838; tr. & adm. 15 Sep 1843; D.D. Aberdeen 1866; d. 5 Oct 1891 Oyne; mar. 1842 Margaret Moir, dau. of James Smith M.D., of Whitehill; issue: Jemima Smith; Duncan George, min. of Oyne
Alexander Morison Abel1881-1886b. 1855, son of John Abel, min. of Forgue ABD; M.A. Aberdeen 1877; ord. (ass. & suc.) 22 Feb 1881; d. unm. 16 May 1886 S. Africa
James Corsar Anderson1887-1907b. 1861 Menmuir, son of Mark Louden Anderson D.D., min. of St Andrews; M.A. 1884 B.D. 1885 St Andrews; ass. Galashiels; ord. 4 May 1887; d. 14 Sep 1907; mar. 1887 Jeannie Anne Elizabeth Stephen, dau. of John Boyd; issue: Florabelle (mar. 1911 Herbert Ramsay, M.A., later professor, Otago); Margaret Jane (mar. Robert Kirkland Galloway); Mark Louden, forestry officer; Agnes Just (mar. Frank Edgar Rogers)
William Cruickshank1908-1932b. 1871 Newhills, son of James C.; M.A. 1896 B.D. 1899 Aberdeen; ass. Aviemore and Boat of Garten, and Holburn, Aberdeen; ord. Leslie ABD 18 Aug 1903; tr. & adm. 11 Mar 1908; D.D. Aberdeen 1926; d. 4 Jul 1932; mar. 1908 Annie. dau. of Henry Tyme, Sheffield; had issue

Ministers of Catterline, 1560-1717

Archibald Watson1563reader
Alexander Keith1567min. here, also having Bervie, Kinneff, Arbuthnott & Garvock in his charge; removed to Garvock bef. 1568
James Rait1613tr. from Bervie; adm. bef. 8 Jul 1613; tr. to Kinneff 1613; see above, under Kinneff ministers
Thomas Cargill1623-aft. 1662M.A. Kings Aberdeen; adm. Apr 1623; still min. 12 Nov 1662; probably d. bef. 4 Sep 1678; issue: Thomas
Thomas Robertson1679-1682M.A.; adm. 25 Sep 1679; tr. to Clatt ABD 30 Apr 1682
Dugald Jameson1682-1688b. ANS; M.A. Kings Aberdeen 1674; adm. bef. 3 Jan 1683; deserted his charge aft. 15 Sep 1688; went to Ireland; mar. Eliz., dau. of James Allan, bailie of Brechin; issue: James, Dougall, Janet, Helen
William Cumin (William Cumming)1709-1717bro. of Robert Cumin, min. of Riccarton, Kilmarnock AYR; ord. 23 Aug 1709; d. 1717

Ministers of Kinneff Free Kirk

Thomas Brown1843-1849see above list of Kinneff parish ministers
Alexander Watt?-1851-1881-?b. ca. 1822 Aboyne ABD; d. 1889 Aboyne; mar. 1849 Ann Carter Campell
James Hastings?-1891-?b. ca. 1851 Huntly ABD; min. in Dundee by 1901; mar. Annie W. ---; issue: Annie W.; Edward

Ministers of St Philip's Episcopal Church, Catterline

Thomas Barr?-1871-1895b. ca. 1828 Dundee, nephew of Wm B.; d. 21 Mar 1895 Catterline; mar. Margaret J. ---; issue: Simon I.; Margt H.


Monumental inscriptions

Monuments in Kinneff Kirkyard (ca. 60 stones) and in Catterline Kirkyard (ca. 30 stones) bearing pre-1855 information are listed in Alison Mitchell (ed.), "Pre-1855 Monumental Inscriptions in Kincardineshire" (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy Soc., 1999), which can be bought from the Scottish Genealogy Society. (It's listed as "Kincardineshire MI - The Mearns" in their online shop.)

Full texts of all extant inscriptions for Kinneff, Catterline and St Philip's Episcopal Catterline have been published as a single booklet by the Aberdeen & North-East Scotland FHS. They have an online search facility for names of people on the monuments they have recorded. Their list of publications is here.

Andrew Jervise recorded some monuments at Kinneff in his "Epitaphs & Inscriptions", vol. 1, pp. 169-73 and at Catterline, pp. 173-4 in the same work.

See also Kinneff Churchyard, Catterline Graveyard and Catterline St Philips Churchyard.


Births, Marriages & Deaths, 1855 to present

Indexes and actual records for Statutory Registers of Births, Marriages & Deaths, beginning 1 Jan 1855, are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, ScotlandsPeople.

Burial records for Kinneff & Catterline are held by the Registrar in Stonehaven. See Kincardine and Mearns Burial Grounds.

Births, Marriages & Deaths, before 1855

Indexes and actual records for all extant Old Parish Registers (OPRs) (pre-1855) of the Established Church of Scotland are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, ScotlandsPeople.


Church Session Records of the Parish Church

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. CH2/218/...
Minutes & accounts1748-17933


Kinneff & Catterline Heritors' records

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. HR482/...
Minute book1910-19272
Papers re ecclesiastical buildings, etc. (church, manse, churchyard, glebe)1830-19234
Papers re transference of property to Church of Scotland General Trustees1926-19275
Correspondence, etc.1875-19286
Registers of burials in churchyards of Kinneff and Catterline1830-19077-8


Land owners

There were 9 proprietors of land in the parish in 1842:


Estate records

Papers of Ogilvie of Barras - National Library MS.2051



Following records are held by Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives:

Nature of recordDatesRef.
Kinneff Parochial Board / Parish Council: Minute Book1888 - 1914AS/KPknf/1
Kinneff Parish Council: Minute Book1915 - 1930AS/KPknf/2
Kinneff Parochial Board / Parish Council: General Register of the Poor1862 - 1927AS/KPknf/3
Kinneff Parish Council: Children's Separate Register of the Poor1914 - 1917AS/KPknf/4
Kinneff Parochial Board: Education Register of Pauper Children1873 - 1879AS/KPknf/6


School records

The following records are some of those held by Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Archives:

Nature of recordDatesRef.
Barras School: Log Books1865 - 1969ED/KC5/102/1
Barras School: Admission Registers1866 - 1968ED/KC5/102/2
Kinneff School: Log Books1867 - 1924ED/GR6S/K25/1/1
Kinneff School: Admission Register1867 - 1927ED/GR6S/K25/2/1
do1916 - 1938ED/GR6S/K25/2/2
do 1938 - 1962ED/GR6S/K25/2/3


Census records

Records of the official censuses of the parish in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 and 1921 are held in Register House, Edinburgh and are open to the public on payment of a fee.

Indexes to all the original census records, and the records themselves, can be accessed online at modest charge at ScotlandsPeople.

Microfilm copies are also widely available in libraries. The 1881 census is available on CD-ROM.

The early censuses of 1801-31 do not name individuals.


Population statistics

1755858Dr Alexander Webster
1790Old Statistical Account


Testaments & wills

Kinneff & Catterline was in the Commissariot of St Andrews.

Indexes to all extant pre-1926 testamentary records (wills & inventories of moveable property) can be searched free of charge at ScotlandsPeople. Digital (and paper) copies of the documents can be purchased at that site. See further the introduction to Angus & Kincardineshire at Testaments.

Testaments of Kinneff & Caterline people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of St Andrews, 1549-1823

John Alexander, sen.mariner, Catterland, par. of Kinneff2 Jun 1807
John Allardyce of that ilkpar. of Kynneff10 Dec 1614
Mr Andrew Arbuthnot of Little Futhespar. of Kynneff5 Jun 1627
David Arbuthnotin Barnihill of Innerbervie, par. of Kinneff21 Jun 1649
Elizabeth Arbuthnot of Balwylodaughter of John Arbuthnot of Caterline18 Oct 1773
Margaret Barclayspouse to Robert Arbuthnot, of Little Fithis, par. of Kynneff3 Jun 1626
Robert Barclayin Whisselberrie, par. of Kinneff15 Oct 1681 and 28 May 1690
Margaret Bissetsometime spouse to John Smyth, in Arberriescheill, par. of Kynneff20 Jun 1605
Katherine Braynsometime spouse to Alexander Wobster, alias Guthrie, in Harvestoun, par. of Kynneff20 Jun 1605
Janet Cantspouse to William Corne, in Harvestoun, par. of Kynneff3 Nov 1613
John Cheapin Pettie, par. of Kynneff8 Mar 1619
John Chopin Peatie, par. of Kynneff10 Dec 1614
John Coulliein Littill-Barrass, par. of Kinneff5 May 1617
Patrick Craigin Kynneff16 Mar 1614
Robert Creichcotter in Littill-Fiddes, par. of Kynneff19 Jun 1619
Mr Gavin Douglas of Brigfuirdpar. of Kinneff19 Jun 1616
Mr John Douglas of Barraspar. of Kynneff5 May 1620
Archibald Duncein Fairnybre, par. of Kynneff22 Nov 1627
John Durwardin Gourdoune, par. of Kinneff11 Aug 1618
James Falconerin Cottartoun of Wester Kinneff, par. of Kynneffl0 Dec 1614
Lilias Foliespouse to Andrew Durward, in Hartestoun, par. of Kynneff10 Dec 1614
John Forbescotter in Quhissilberrie, par. of Kinneff20 Jun 1605
Margaret Gallspouse to Robert Ker, cotterman in Green of Mekill Barass, par. of Kynneff20 Jun 1605
Barbara Gardinespouse to Andrew Moncur, in Grange of Kynneff, par. of Kynneff20 Apr 1615
James Gardnerin Litle Barns, par. of Kinneff4 Apr 1626
Janet Garvoyspouse to David Neaper, in Halhill, par. of Kinneff4 Mar 1676
Robert Gibbtailor in Leys, par. of Kynneff20 Jun 1605
Gilbert Herdcotter in Denhead of Catterlane, par. of Kinneff1 Apr 1607
Robert Kerrcordiner in Fernybray, par. of Kinneff16 Sep 1606
Robert Kerrcordiner in Barrass, par. of Kinneff3 Nov 1614
David Lawrencewright in Arberiescheills, par. of Kinneff4 Jan 1606
John Lawrencesmith in Harvestoun, par. of Kinneff21 Dec 1615
Richard Melville of Cotsydepar. of Kynneff2 Nov 1613
Geillis Milnesometime spouse to William Robertson, in Cottoun of Little Barrass, par. of Kynneff20 Jun 1605
Christian Moncurin Capuil, par. of Kinneff, spouse of John Bedie20 Jun 1605
John Morisontenant of Largie on Kinneff Estate, thereafter at Roadside of Upper Fairnieflat3 Feb & 9 Jul 1823
John Mylnein Harbourscheills, par. of Kinneff17 Jul 1651
John Napier of Blaklawspar. of Kinneff20 Apr 1624
Margaret Officerspouse to Andrew Edward, in Sclaitswod, par. of Kynneffe11 Aug 1618
Isobel Ogilviespouse to Thomas Erskine, in Barrass, par. of Kinneff3 Oct 1616
Mrs Susan Ogilvylawful daughter of Sir William Ogilvy of Barras, bart., par. of Kinneff or Dunnotter4 Dec 1790
Mr James Raitminister at Kinneff22 Nov 1619
Mr Robert Raitlawful son of umquhile Mr James Rait, sometime minister at Kinneff27 Oct 1624
Robert Raitin Barras, par. of Kinneff20 Oct 1635
Andrew Rankinetailor in Slains of Quhissilberrie, par. of Kynneff1 Apr 1607
Elizabeth Robertsonspouse to John Davidson, in Chapell of Kinneff28 Oct 1674
John Robertsonin Grayesland, par. of Kinneff20 Oct 1624
Elspeth Scottat Temple of Kinneff, relict of John Gavin of Whiteriggs, par. of Kinneff5 Dec 1771
Catherine Sibbaldspouse to John Young, in Little Barras, par. of Kinneff14 Aug 1662
Robert Smithcotterman in Cottoun of Blairs, par. of Kinneff20 Jun 1605
William Smithwright, Grange, Kinneff28 Mar 1801
Isobel Soutarin Cottoun of Halgreen, par. of Kynneff, spouse of John Garvey20 Jun 1605
Janet Soutar, alias Hendersounsometime spouse to George Webster, alias Guthrie, in Blaklawrs, par. of Kinneff20 Jun 1605
Patrick Soutarin Blaklaws, and Margaret Puthie, his spouse, par. of Kynneff3 Nov 1613
William Soutar, alias Henriesonein Chapiltoun of Barnes, par. of Kynneff11 Apr 1617
Christian Sparkspouse to Arthur Allan, in Harbershells, par. of Kinneff5 May 1621
James Sparkin Arberrie Scheills, par. of Kinneff20 Jun 1605
Jean Stephenat Slains of Kinneff, spouse of decd. John Legat, weaver in Grange, par. of Kinneff1 Dec 1818 & 3 Feb 1819
Alexander Strachancotterman in Little Barrass, par. of Kinneff20 Jun 1605
James Strachan elderin Largie, par. of Kinneff9 Aug 1759
Joseph Straton of Kirkside, esq.10 Oct 1816
John Taylorsometime workman in Damheid of Kynneff4 Jan 1606
Michaell Usherin Blacklaws, par. of Kinneff26 Jul 1628
Robert Tevidaillcotterman in Cottoun of Little Barrass, par. of Kynneff20 Jun 1605
Christian Vallentinespouse to Alexander Wilson, in Mylnehill, par. of Kinneff20 Oct 1635
Janet Wallacespouse to John Lyoun, alias Strody, par. of Kynneff25 Aug 1614
William Wallacetailor in Barras, par. of Kinneff13 Aug 1613
Robert Wattcordinar in Overtoun of Easter Kynneff16 Sep 1606
George Webster, alias Guithriein Blaklaws, par. of Kinneff26 Aug 1619
Alexander Wysein Midtoun of Barras, par. of Kinneff11 Apr 1684
Janet Youngsometime spouse to Walter Laurence, in Cottoun of Little Barrass, par. of Kinneff20 Jun 1605

Testaments of Kinneff & Caterline people registered at St Andrews that have been lost, for which only entries in the minute books are extant.

John Arbuthnot of Caterline8 Jun 1737
Mr Andrew Honeymanminister at Kinneff24 Mar 1736
Andrew Lindsayin Whisleberry, par. of Kinneff7 Jul 1763
William Moncurin Temple of Kineff18 Aug 1742

Testaments of Kinneff & Caterline people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Brechin, 1576-1800
'T' before the date indicates that the copy in the register is lost, but the original testament is extant.

John Arbuthnotshipmaster in Montrose, thereafter in Caterline17 Jun 1737
Mr William Cummingminister of the Gospel at Caterline5 Feb 1718
Elizabeth Douglasspouse to George Ogilvie of Barras, par. of Kinneff22 Apr 1657
James Findlayin Heuchhead of Caterlinge25 Sep 1627
John Findlayin Heuchhead of Caterlinge25 Sep 1627
William Grantcommonly designed of Tulloch, thereafter of Hillton, par. of Caterline and KineffT. 15 Mar 1781
Andrew Gray (Gorry) of Kingorniepar. of Caterling3 Jan 1623
James Lindsayat the Mill of Caterline, par. of Caterline28 May 1662
John Lowin Denhead, par. of Catterlaine, and Margaret Forbes, his spouse10 Jun 1658
Isobel Moncurrelict of Andrew Gorry (Gray) of Kingornie, par. of Caterlinge19 Feb 1631
John Traillin Heuchhead of Caterlinge25 Sep 1627
Thomas Wattin Heuchead of Caterlinge25 Sep 1627

Testaments of Kinneff & Caterline people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1514-1600

George Arbuthnotin Barnehill, par. of Kynnef in the Mearns13 Feb 1581-2
Marion Baady (Bady)sometime spouse to Gilbert Herd, in Denheid of Catterling in the Mearns2 May 1582
Thomas Bissetin Largy, par. of Kynnef, sher. of Kincardine18 Jan 1582-3
Walter Bisset of Eister-Kynnefin the Mearns12 Jul 1581
Elspeth Calvartsometime spouse to Robert Watt, cordiner in Overtoun of Eister-Kynneff, sher. of Kincardine4 Aug 1595
Robert Douglasin Mekill-Barras, par. of Kynnef in the Mearns19 Jun 1582
Elspeth Drumrelict of Richard Smyth, in Bervie, par. of Kynnef in the Mearns3 Jun 1584
Margaret Gardensometime spouse to William Rait of Halgrene, par. of Kynneff, sher. of Kincardine31 Jul 1599
Robert Grahame of Largypar. of Kynneff, sher. of Kincardine11 Apr 1598
John Guthrie, alias Wobster, youngerin Blaklaws of Harvestoun, in par. of Kynneff in the Mearns 22 Jun 1591
John Largieseaman in Gourdand, par. of Kynneth, sher. of Kincardine20 Jul 1596
Jonet Lindsaysometime spouse to John Bedie younger, in the Stank, par. of Kinneff, sher. of Kincardine3 Feb 1590-1
Helen Middiltounsometime spouse to Robert Douglas of Mekill-Barras2 Dec 1579
Helen Milnesometime spouse to Gilbert Hird, in Denheid, par. of Caterlerling, sher. of Kincardine 14 Jun 1597
Alexander Moncurin the Tempill of Eister-Kynnef in the Mearns6 Dec 1581
Bessie Myresometime spouse to Roger Jack, in Petdrechy, now in Fairney-bray, par. of Kynneff in the Mearns21 Dec 1588
David Ramsayin Barnehill, par. of Kinnef in the Mearns31 Jan 1586-7
Robert Stratoun in the Chapel of Barrass, par. of Kynneff in the Mearns12 Nov 1588

Testaments of Kinneff people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1601-1700

Alexander Duncanin Slains, par. of Kynneff, in the Mearns9 Jun 1603
Elizabeth Woodrelict of John Moncur of Slains, par. of Kynneff, in the Mearns17 Feb 1606


Clock & watch tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Kinneff:

NRS ref. E326/12/2/77


Farm horse tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Kinneff:




This page updated 17 Mar 2015