This page shows all the websites which you will find as links attached to pictures throughout the site.
Photograph of Abraham Stubbs, gamekeeper, Rosehaugh.
|Badcaul, Durnamuck & Badluarach.|
View from Beinn Ghobhlach, Scoraig.
Excellent community website, based in Cromarty.
|Clachan Duich |
Longer range view from north.
|Clan Davidson Association|
Promotes interest in the history, people and places connected with the name Davidson.
The inspiration for this site. Covers burial grounds throughout Sutherland.
Describes church and some local history.
Contains a huge database of links to genealogical websites across the globe.
|East Church, Cromarty|
Provides information about plans to restore the important historic East Church in Cromarty. Also provides access to an excellent history of church life in Cromarty.
Inscriptions from the area of Fearn peninsula (eg. around Tain).
|Fodderty Burial Ground|
View from Knockfarrel.
|Highland Family History Society|
The Society undertakes a number of genealogical functions, including a number of well-produced booklets of inscriptions for a number of Highland burial grounds. These have been useful for filling in now illegible 'gaps' on stones.
|Kintail & Lochalsh inscriptions|
Website of one of our valued contributors, which concentrates on transcriptions of MIs in her local area of Kintail & Lochalsh.
|Moray Burial Group Research Group|
Active group based at Elgin covering burial grounds throughout Moray.
|Morefield Burial Ground Plan|
|Munros of Glen Orrin|
Great stories about Munros who spread out from Glen Orrin to the New World. Excellent old photographs.
|Nigg Old Church Trust|
Nigg Church stands on an ancient religious site. This website contains many images illustrating the special atmosphere contained in this place.
|Pictish Stone, Edderton Churchyard,|
|Plan of Clachan Duich Burial Ground|
|Plan of Kirkton, Lochalsh|
|War Graves Photographic Project|
Joint venture with Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The Project has provided much information which is being added to relevant images (of personnel who died in service since start of WWI).
|Website of Donald Ross MacDonald|
Great website with lots of history about Coigach.