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Kinclaven Stanley

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Perthshire

Scotland

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www.oldscottish.com

Kinclaven Stanley

Kinclaven is an ancient medieval parish situated in the old county of Perthshire, Scotland. Its function as a unit of civil administration ceased along with the county when it became part of Perth and Kinross Council (PKC) authority area in 1975. Parish boundaries are largely determined by the dramatic bend of the River Tay making Kinclaven easy to locate even on the earliest maps of Scotland.

The parish is ten miles by two miles: mainly farmland including seven small lakes and gentle rolling braes. The architectural heritage generally exemplifies a local agricultural past but the prominent parish church and graveyard, the hidden ruins of Kirk ‘o’ Muir, one of the first Secession churches in Scotland and Kinclaven Castle across the Tay from Scone Palace, the crowning place of Scottish Kings, indicate a more national history.


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Penny Lewis



2013

Active

Kinclaven Kirk Session Minute Books, Communion Roll Books, Account Books


Priorities for 2014:  To continue developing application that will auto generate the parish family tree from transcriptions of the BMD records



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We have no ancestral connection with the parish but it is a place dear to our hearts, where we have lived, worked and been involved with the community and church congregation over the last few decades.

The Kinclaven one-place study aims to publish historical information about the people and places of the parish including searchable online record sets starting from about 1725 to the modern day. We hope that by spending time discovering and publishing all the local valuable resources we can find for one parish in Scotland, we can contribute useful information for many genealogy, family and local history researchers across the globe.

For more details on the scope and progress of the Kinclaven records publication, please see the associated website (link above).


Right: Kinclaven Church

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Kinclaven Stanley One-Place Study

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