Panbride (Angus)

Records, sources & information about the Parish of Panbride

Parish number 316

map of Panbride

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


Part of the burgh of Carnoustie lies in the south-west corner of Panbride parish, the rest of the town being in Barry parish.

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

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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 Panbride


Maps of Panbride

For the full range of maps of Panbride, see National Library's Maps.


Photographs of places Panbride - recent photographs of Panbride. National Grid ref. NO5735.

Panmure House - demolished


Panbride parish church

Located at National Grid ref. NO572357. Built 1851. The mediaeval church was dedicated to St Bridget.

Photograph of Panbride Kirk

Above: Panbride Kirk from south-west

Another photo of Panbride Kirk

Above: Panbride Kirk from north

See Panbride Parish Church for further photographs of the church, including interior views.

Other churches

Carnoustie Panbride Kirk   Another photo of Carnoustie Panbride Kirk

Above: former Free Kirk, built 1855, extended 1900, now Carnoustie Panbride Church of Scotland, in Arbroath Road, Carnoustie.

See Carnoustie Panbride Town Church for further photographs of the church, including interior views.


Parish ministers 1560-1900

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

William Laing1562vicar 2 Dec 1562
Robert Maule1567-1585reader
David Mitchell1585-1588reader Arbirlot 1574-80
John Laing1588M.A.; vicar 1588; chancellor of Brechin 1590
Robert Ramsay1589-1593M.A. St Andrews 1585; adm. 1589; min. of Kinfauns 1595
Andrew Drummond1593-1635b. 1570, 4th son of George Drummond of Blair; M.A. St Andrews 1590; min. of Kirkden 1590; tr. & adm. ca. 1593; d. 1635; mar. Margaret Allan; issue: Henry, of Gairdrum; Sir Patrick, conservator of Scots Privilege at Campvere; James, M.A., clergyman in Durham diocese; Archd; Andw; Susanna (mar. Henry, son of Thos Robertson)
Arthur Grainger1636-aft.1675eldest son of John G., Arbroath; M.A. ST Andrews 1622; reader Arbroath 1625; pres. 1636; still min. 1675; d. bef. 15 Apr 1702; mar. Janet, dau. of Forrester of Dryhouse; issue: John, min. here; Martha (mar. Wm Chalmers, min. of Glamis); Lucrese (mar. Patrick Strachan, min. of Mains)
John Granger1675-1679b. 1645, son of above; M.A. St Andrews 1666; ord. 1674; adm. as colleague 1675; d. Dec 1679
Patrick Maule1680-1716M.A.; regent St Andrews; adm. 1680; dep. 1716 for Jacobitism; mar. Maria, dau. of John Maule; issue: Harry, James
Robert Trail1717-1763b. 1687 Potomac, Maryland, 3rd son of William Trail, min. there & later min. of Borthwick MLN; M.A. Edinburgh 1707; ord. London, England 1716; adm. 1717; d. 7 Nov 1763; mar. 1718 Jean, 8th dau. of John Haldane of Myrton; issue: Robert, min. here; John; Wm; James, D.D., bishop of Down & Connor; Mary (mar. William Trail, min. of Logie Pert); Margaret (twin; mar. 1. 1768 -- Webster, 2. 1794 Wm Dow)
Robert Trail1763-1798b. 1719, eldest son of above; ord. Rescobie 1749; tr. & adm. 1763; d. 7 Apr 1798; mar. 1753 Jean, dau. of Anthony Dow, min. of Fettercairn; issue: Robert, rector of Ballintory, Coleraine; Anthony, archdeacon of Down; James, min. of St Cyrus; John; Wm; Thos, farmer, Powrie; David, min. here; Cath; Jean (mar. Alexr Airth); Peggy Blake (mar. cousin James Dow)
David Trail1798-1850b. 1765, son of above; M.A. St Andrews 1783; ord. Ruthwell 1794; adm. 1798; mar. 1795 Cath., dau. of John Biss of Deptford, Durham; issue: Jane Margaret; Ann Agnes; Eliz.; Cath.; Cath. Davidina (mar. James Andrew Colquhoun); Robert, LL.D. (ass. to father; joined free Kirk; min. Free Kirk, Boyndie); Dorothea (mar. Wm Robertson, min. of Carmyllie); Anthony; David; John; Margaret Biss Blake
William Lang Wotherspoon1844-1850b. 1816 Glasgow; ord. (ass. & suc.) 1844; tr. to Kilspindie 1850; d. 3 Jul 1893 Hamilton; mar.(1) 1845 Agnes, dau. of Francis Macgill; issue: Wm C.; Francis G.; rev. Henry J.; rev. Arthur W.; Ann E.; (2) 1861 Ann Reid; issue: James H.; Eliz. J.
James Caesar1851-1897b. 23 Jan 1822 Tinwald, son of Wm C.; ord. St John's Dundee 1847; tr. & adm. 1851; d. 26 Jun 1907 Panbride manse; mar. 1846 Janet, dau. of Thos Wilkin; issue: Margaret Rae; Wm, town clerk of Carnoustie; Agnes Cowan; Henrietta Wilkin; Henrietta Wilkin (2); Janet Wilkin; rev. John, min. here
John Caesar1895-1938b. 1865, son of above; M.A. St Andrews 1885; ass. East Parish, Aberdeen; ord. (ass. & suc.) Mar 1895; D.D. St Andrews 1931; d. 13 Feb 1938 Panbride; mar. 1916 Isabel Mary, dau. of James Asher, Aberdeen
Charles Douglas Hamilton1938-1942M.A.; b. 1909 Cadder; ass. Paisley Abbey; ord. & ind; Dec 1938; tr. to Wilton Street, Glasgow & ind. there 18 Dec 1942; d. 1988 Glasgow; mar. 1943 Agnes B. Speedy
David McArthur1943-1950ass. Largs; ord. & ind. 9 Jun 1943; tr. to ?

Ministers of Panbride Free Kirk (opened 1855); later, United Free Church, later Church of Scotland (Newton Panbride)

James Innes?-1859-1894b. Jun 1832 Aberdeen, son of James I.; M.A.(Aberdeen); d. 28 Oct 1894 Edinburgh; mar. 1872 Eliz. Morris; issue: Euphemia Steele; James Wm; Jane Jamieson; Eliz. M.
Ebenezer Brown Hill Macpherson1895-1905M.A.; b. 16 Aug 1869 Larbert, son of rev. Finlay Macph.; ord. & ind. 27 Mar 1895; tr. to Brondesbury Presb. Ch., London; d. Aug 1922 Angmering, W. Sussex; mar. 1895 Margaret A. Craig; issue: Edith H.; Jessie H.E.; Margaret A.C.; Jean S.
R.S. MacLauchlan1906-1923tr. to St George's Presb. Ch., Sunderland
John M. Hamilton?-1934tr. to St David's Memorial Ch., Kirkintilloch
John McPhail1935-1940tr. to Cupar
Gordon Weir1940-1944-?b. Edinburgh; educ. Geo. Watson's; ind. 4 Sep 1940
Andrew Cumming?-1945-1951res. 31 May 1951
John William Cumming1951-1957-?


Monumental inscriptions

Monuments in Panbride Kirkyard bearing pre-1855 information (ca. 120 stones) are listed in Alison Mitchell (ed.), "Pre-1855 Monumental Inscriptions in Angus, Vol. 2: Seacoast" (Edinburgh: Scottish Genealogy Soc., 1996), which can be bought from the Scottish Genealogy Society. (It's listed as "Angus MI - Vol. 2. Pre-1855 Sea-coast" in their online shop.)


Panbride 1914-19 war memorial
Located in parish kirkyard, north of the kirk. There is also a modern plaque on the memorial, with all 36 names.

War memorial side one

War memorial side two   War memorial side three

From the Roll of Honour Arbroath & District 1914-1919 and CWGC records:

NameRankUnitDatePlace of deathDetails
Joseph Duncanpte2nd batt., Gordon Highlanders17 Jun 1915Francepastry baker, Carnoustie, later in Canada; son of Edwin Duncan, retired salmon fisher, Roseberry Cottage, Carnoustie
John EldersgtBlack Watch26 Sep 1917-employed in boot and shoe factory; son of James Elder, Millar St, Carnoustie
Tom FalconerpteRoyal Scots-- Jul 1916-farm servant, Rotten Row; son of J. Falconer, market gardener, 63 Queen St, Carnoustie
Forbes Mastertonleading seamanR.N.V.R.24 Apr 1917--
Richard Muckart (Muckhart)pte5th Batt., Gordon Highlanders16/17? May 1917-ploughman, Boysack, Inverkeilor; son of Mrs M., Panbride
Robert Marshallable seamanRoyal Naval Division1915Dardanellesengineer's dept., Dundee harbour office; son of Mrs M., Carlogie Rd, Carnoustie
Alexander Nesspte5th batt., Black Watch9 Mar 1915-employed by Taymouth Engineering Co.; Kinloch St, Carnoustie
William Patterson-----
Charles Smith-----
William Smithpte2nd Batt., Black Watch9 May 1915hospitalsoldier; son of Wm S., 26 Arbroath Rd, Carnoustie
James Watson-----
Charles Andrew Wardenpte12th Batt., Royal Scots12 Apr 1917near Arrasporter, Carnoustie Station; son Charles M. Warden, Easthaven
Robert Clark-----
Frederick M. Falconerl-cplRoyal Scots Fusiliers26 Aug 1916Delville Wood, Francevanman; son of Alexander Falconer, 84 Ireland St, Carnoustie
David Fyffe-----
Alexander Murray Garden-----
William Thow McLagganl-cpl'A' Co., 8th batt., Black Watch26 Nov 1918-12 Fox St, Carnoustie; mar. Janet ---
Gordon MarrpteCanadians8 Aug 1918AmiensCalgary, Alberta; son of John Marr, Westhaven Farm
George Allan M. Mudieshoeing-smithRoyal Field Artillery11 Sep 1918Derey-Mortierson of Mary Mudie, Bleachfield Cottage, Carnoustie
Alexander Norrie-----
Thomas R. Ramsayable seamanRoyal Naval Division31 Dec 1917Cambraibutcher, Carnoustie; son of James Ramsay, Mayview Cottage, Carnoustie
George Robertsl-cplBlack Watch-- Aug 1918Francebaker; bro. of Mrs Gibson, 53 Millar St, Carnoustie
George Vannet-----
George Hallcapt14th Batt., London Regt23 Apr 1918Francechartered accountant; son of George Hall and Mary ---, Carlogie Terrace, Carnoustie
Alexander Alexander-----
John Adam-----
J. Leslie Berrylieut13th batt., Tank Corps4 Jul 1918-employed by George Rollo & Co., Dundee; 5 Briarwood Terr., Dundee; son of the Rev. J.B. Berry, sometime min. of U.F. Church, Colliston
John Cameronpte12th batt., A.&S. Highlanders19 Sep 1918Thessalonikason of John Cameron & Susan Sturrock Edmonds, 41 Ireland St., Carnoustie
James Gordon FalconerpteOxford & Bucks Light Infantry9 Aug 1917near Ieperon staff of Bank of Scotland, Carnoustie; son of James Falconer and Isabella M. Henderson, Brinkburn, Carnoustie
William Herdpte2nd Batt., Scots Guards16 Sep 1916Givenchyfarm servant, Inverpeffer; son of David Herd and Margaret Ramsay, Easthaven
Gilbert Mastertonpte4th Batt., Black Watch9 May 1915-Lochty St, Carnoustie
William PatonpteGordon Highlanders15 Oct 1918St Luke's Hosp., Halifaxson of Wm P., Inverpeffer
David RobertsonpteLiverpool Regt16 Jul 1917-apprentice grocer, Carnoustie, later in Liverpool; of Collier St, Carnoustie
David RamsaypteCyclist Corps1918-empl. in Carnoustie Foundry; bro. of Miss M. Ramsay, Panmure Terr., Carnoustie
Kenneth Simpson-----
Alfred Vannetpetty officerR.N.V.R.25 May 1918-26 Panmure St, Carnoustie; son of William Vannet and Isabel ---, Easthaven; mar. Edith ---


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.

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. CH2/1005/...

Church Session Records of Panbride Free Church
Later, United Free; Newton Church of Scotland

Nature of recordDatesNRS ref. CH3/975/...
Deacons' Court minutes1859-19023
Deacons' Court minutes1926-19515


Land owners

There was one proprietor of land in the parish in both 1790 and 1833:


Estate records
These are parts of the very large collection of papers of the Maule Family, Earls of Dalhousie

Miscellaneous Charters and Contracts from Copies at Panmure House, made from the Original Documents - Spalding Club Miscellany, vol.5, pp. 239-321


Farmers / Tenants

AuchrennieThomas Soutar-1860-1861-
doJohn Soutar-1891-1910-
doWilliam Aitkenhead [d. 1955]-1914-1942-
doJohn Paterson Gray-1948-
BalhousieD. Christie [d. 1856]-?-
doDavid Kydd-1856-
do-- Halley-1863-
doGeorge Cowe [d. 1895]-1861-1895
doAlfred Cowe [d. 1937]-1901-1928-
doJames Watson-1933-
doJames & Lewis Watson-1938-1942-
(Upper) BalmachieAlexander Anderson-1852-
doAndrew Mitchell-1861-
doAlexander Miln-1863-
doAndrew Fraser-1870-1902-
doAndrew Whitton, jun.-1906-
doPatrick W. Whitton-1910-1924-
doGeorge McGill, jun.-1928-1933-
doGeorge, jun. & John McGill-1938-1942-
CairncortieAndrew Smart-?-
doAlexander Soutar [d. 1910]-1881-1902-
doJames Carr-1906-1924-
doW. Farquharson-1928-1942-
CarlogiePeter Bowie-1858-1861-
doEliza Bowie-1881-
doMisses Agnes & Joan Bowie-1891-1910-
doTrustees of Mrs Bowie-1914-
doMisses Bowie-1918-1921-
doTrustees of Mrs Bowie-1924-
doMiss Bowie-1928-
doHuch Paton McLachlan [d. 1950]-1933-1942-
CottonThomas M. Hynd-1902-1906-
Craigmill & NewmillWilliam Steven-1902-1906-
CraigmillWilliam Steven-1901-1942-
Crombie MillCharles Gibson-1861-1871-
doGeorge Brown [d. 1901]-1881-1901
doWilliam Brown-1906-
doJames Anderson-1910-1914-
doA. Robertson-1918-1921-
doD.R. Burns-1924-1933-
East Haven & East ScryneJames Kydd-1902-1906-
East ScryneJohn Kydd-1861-
doMrs Agnes Kydd-1881-1891-
doJames Kydd [d. 1937]-1897-1928-
doAlexander B. Pattullo-1933-1942-
FirthDavid Smart-1861-1871-
doWilliam Smart, sen.-1881-1891-
doWilliam M., jun. & Andrew Smart-1901-
doAlexander Duthie-1906-1942-
HattonJohn W. Collier-1901-1928-
doF. Batchelor-1933-1942-
HeughheadWilliam Leslie-1901-1914-
doPeter Young Bell [d. 1942]-1918-1942
InverpefferJames Swan [d. 1896]-1875-
doWilliam Swan-1890-1902-
doWilliam Charles Swan [d. 1939]-1906-1935-
doWilliam M. Johnston-1938-1942-
Lower BalmachieAndrew Mitchell-1861-
doJohn Higgins-1871-
doMrs Margaret Higgins [d. 1898]-1881-1894-
doGeorge Brown-1902-
doWilliam Thomson-1901-1918-
doDavid Christie-1924-
doA. Anderson-1928-1942-
Mains of PanmureWilliam Anderson-1854-
doDougald Colquhoun [d. 1902, ex-provost of Carnoustie]-1902
doHugh Colquhoun [d. 1925]-1906-1925
doA. Colquhoun-1928-1942-
Middleton of PanbrideWilliam Martin-1881-
doMrs Catharine Martin-1891-
doJohn Martin [d. 1924]-1901-1924
doJ. Torrie-1933-1942-
MuirdrumAlexander Forbes [d. 1901]-1861-1901
doDavid Forbes-1901-1918-
doPeter Forbes-1917-1933-
doG.L. Watson-1938-1942-
PanbrideJohn Wilson-1861-1906-
doJames Duncan-1910-1928-
doRobert Duncan-1933-1942-
Panbride HouseCol. John Farquhar Dickson of Panbride [d.1896]-1861-1896
PitliviePeter Bowie-1854-
doJohn Ogilvie-1861-1881-
doRobert Taylor-1902-1921-
doTrustees of Robert Taylor-1924-
doAndrew Carstairs Niven-1927-
doW. Niven-1928-
doW. Niven & Sons-1933-1942-
Rotten RowAlexander Bowie?-1871-
doWilliam Grieve-1898-1924-
doJ. Kerr-1928-1942-
West HavenDavid Anderson-1861-
doDavid McFarlane [d. 1899, killed by train at Ardler]-1882-1893-
doWilliam McFarlane-1901-
doRepresentatives of David McFarlane-1902-
doD. & W.H. McFarlane-1906-
doD. McFarlane-1910-1914-
doGeorge McGill, sen.-1918-1933-
doGeorge, sen. [d. 1939] & Duncan McGill-1938-1942-
West ScryneThomas Smith-1861-
doAndrew Smith-1871-
doJames Davidson Couper-1881-1921-
doAndrew Couper-1924-1933-
doWilliam Wilson, sen.-1938-1942-


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.

List of tenants in the parish of Panbride, ca. 1760 - NRS ref. GD45/12/75


Population statistics

17551259Dr Alexander Webster
17651183see Old Statistical Account
17901460Old Statistical Account

After change of parish boundary:



Testaments & wills

Panbride was in the Commissariot of Brechin.

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 Panbride people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Brechin, 1576-1823
'T' before the date indicates that the copy in the register is lost, but the original testament is extant.

Patrick Airin Panbryde par., and Jean Lindsay, his spouseT. 31 Mar 1675
Jean Andersonspouse to the deceased George Child, in Newton of Panmure, and sister-german to the also deceased David Anderson, sometime tenant in Skrine, and joint disponee with her said brother of the also deceased Matilda Brown, their mother, Forfarshire21 Jun 1777
Patrick Andersonin Westhaven of PanbrideT. 11 Jun 1796
Robert Andersonin Barns of Panmure, par. of Panbryde15 Jun 1637
Alexander Brownin the Skryne, and Elizabeth Guthrie, his spouse, par. of Panbryid1 Apr 1611
Annas Brownspouse to John Froster, of Dayhouse, par. of Panbryde21 Jul 1623
Barbara Brownspouse to Andrew Gray, in Firth of Panmure, par. of Panbryde24 Jul 1626
Elspet Brownspouse to Thomas Scott, in Skryne, par. of Panbryde28 Nov 1636
John Butchartin Burnesyde, par. of Panbryde14 Jul 1596
Helen Cairdspouse to Thomas Anderson, tenant in Pitlivie29 Mar 1738
John Caithnessshipmaster at Westhaven8 & 12 Apr 1823
Alison Caittinsspouse to Robert Clark, in Rottinraw of Panbryde, par. of Panbryde8 May 1626
George Clarktenant in Panbride18 Aug 1742
George Clarkshipmaster in Westhaven8 Feb & 3 Mar 1817; 29 Jun 1821
William Clarkin Westhevin of Panbryde24 Jun 1640
William Clarkmerchant in Skryne11 & 13 Nov 1822
Helen Cox (Cokis)spouse to John Mylne, in Panbryde31 Jan 1614
Elizabeth Duncanrelict of Thomas Caittins, in Rottanraw of Panbryde11 Apr 1625
Margaret Duncanspouse to William Mylne, in Kirktoune of Panbryde31 Jan 1614
David Fyfeshipmaster at Scryn, owner of the sloop 'Peggy' of Easthaven18 Dec 1805
Mr Arthur Grangerminister of Panbride15 Apr 1702
Andrew Grayin Firth of Panmur, and Janet Broune, his spouse, par. of Panbryde11 Jan 1610
Andrew Grayin Forth of Panmuir, par. of Panbryde23 Feb 1638
John Hackenymerchant at Westhaven of PanbrideT. 19 May 1800
Thomas Henderson, alias Smithin Petlewie, par. of Panbryde7 Apr 1596
William Henderson, alias Smythein Petlewie, par. of Panbryde13 Nov 1622
James Irelandfarmer in Firth25 & 30 Dec 1823
Charles Kerrtenant of Boath10 Oct 1805
Agnes Kyd or Kiddspouse to John Barre, in Murdrum, par. of Panbryde30 Jan 1611
Helen Kyd or Kiddspouse to James Petrie, in Skryne, par. of Panbryde28 Nov 1636
Henry Lowsonfarmer in Panmure, afterwards in Hilltown of Dundee8 & 12 Mar 1811
William Lyallfisherman at Westhaven30 Apr 1806
David Lyellin Balhall, par. of Panbryde4 Jan 1597-8
David Mauleson to Thomas Maule of Panmuir30 Jul 1579
George Maule, Earl of PanmureT. 6 Sep 1676 and 30 Jan 1678
George Maule, Earl of Panmure22 Oct 1686
Henry Maule of Easter Pefferpar. of Panbryde, and Isobel Lyoun, his spouse2 Aug 1613
Patrick Maule, Earl of Panmure25 Feb 1664
John Millson to Thomas Mill, in Panbride12 Mar 1700
John Morgantenant in Balhill, in par. of Panbride, and Elizabeth Skirling, now his relict7 Apr 1757
Bessie Mylnespouse to Henry Robertson, in Hewme of Panbryde31 Jan 1614
Jean, Countess Dowager of Panmure20 Aug 1703
Margaret, Countess of Panmure27 Jan 1732
Christian Panterspouse to Robert Young, in Panbryde28 Jun 1662
Cuthbert Patersonin Ballischoine, and Margaret Watt, his spouse, par. of Panbryde3 Jun 1613
Janet Patersonrelict of James Duncan, in Kirktoun of Panbryde31 Jan 1614
Alexander Ramsayin Easter haven of Skryne, par. of PanbrydeT. 24 Apr 1650
Euphame Ramsayspouse to David Fyfe, in Newtoune of Carmylly, par. of Panbryde25 Oct 1609
Christian Scottrelict of James Petrie, elder, in Skryne, par. of Panbryd14 May 1597
Ralph Smithtenant in PitlivieT. 1 Jul 1796
William Smithin Pitlewie, par. of Panbryde, and Elspet Smith, his spouse14 Jul 1658

Testaments of Panbride people from the Register of Testaments of the Commissariot of Edinburgh, 1514-1600

John Buchartin Scryne, par. of Panbryde in Angus6 Mar 1589-90
Thomas Croftsin Newton of Carmylie, par. of Panbryd, sher. of Forfar15 Mar 1600
David Lowsonat the Mylne of Carmylie, par. of Panbryde in Angus30 Jul 1590
David Maule of Both [Boath]sher. of Forfar6 Jan 1595-6
William Schanksin Balhill, par. of Panbryde, sher. of Forfar21 Aug 1592
George Whytein Ochlair, par. of Panbryd, dioces of Brechin5 Dec 1576

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

Jonet Kidin Scryne, relict to John Broun, sometime in Craigmylne, par. of Panbryd, in Angus2 Feb 1602
Thomas Mauleat the Barnes of Panmure, par. of Panbryde, and sher. of Forfar18 Feb 1601
Bessie Petriesometime spouse to Andro Butschart, in Scryne, par. of Panbryde, in Angus11 Nov 1602
James Sympsonin Newtown of Panmure, par. of Panbryde, in Angus11 May 1602


Clock & watch tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Panbride:

NRS ref. E326/12/2/53


Farm horse tax, 1797-8

Images of the original records for Panbride:


This page updated 8 Oct 2022