The People and Places of the Stewartry

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Kirkcudbright: The Story of an Ancient Royal Burgh.: Published about 1895, by Adam Rae, Castle Douglas. 40 pages in 3 Chapters - View

Kirkcudbright Incorporated Trades 1744 - 1799.: Being the second of Two Lectures given to the Members of the Six Incorporated Trades - View

Lochfergus: The story of Lochfergus, built by Fergus, first Lord of Galloway. - View

Extracts from Kirkcudbright Records.: From: Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History & Antiquarian Society, 1900-01. - View

Intro - Deaths Recorded in Kirkcudbright OPR's: This website contains a record of nearly 1000 deaths extracted from the Old parish registers of Kirkcudbright. - View

Deaths recorded in Kirkcudbright OPR's 1843 through 1853.: - View

Deaths recorded in Kirkcudbright OPR's 1839 through 1842.: - View

Deaths recorded in Kirkcudbright OPR's 1831 through 1838.: - View

Deaths recorded in Kirkcudbright OPR's 1826 through 1830.: - View

Guide to Kirkcudbright and Gatehouse of Fleet c1950: This little visitors' guide icludes some good photos. - View

Scottish Artificial Silks Ltd.: Production of Viscose Rayon Yarns at Tongland Mills. - View

Galloway Engineering Co. Ltd.: The works and its environment at Tongland. - View

Life of Thomas, Earl of Selkirk: Thomas established the Red River Colony in 1811 and brought dozens of families from Scotland to transform the land at Red River into a farming colony. - View

John Paul Jones Bi-centenary Celebrations 1947: Illustrated brochure to record of the visit paid to the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright by a small party from the United States Navy in celebration of his birth. - View

The King's Arms Inn: The Old Head Inn of Kirkcudbright and its Burns Associations. - View

Tongland . . in Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture by George Hunter, F.E.I.S, Ringford given on 10th January 1903 and printed for private circulation. - View

Kirkcudbright's Siller Gun: A history of the "Siller Gun" and the Silver Arrow, and the winners of the trophies as extracted from Minute Books of the Six Incorporated Trades of the Town. - View

Invention of the hot blast - James Beaumont Neilson: The story of James Neilson of Queenshill, Ringford, and of his place in industrial history. - View

Kirkcudbright in the Early Days of Queen Mary: A look at Kirkcudbright as it was in the 16th century - View

Kirkcudbright Castle and the Lords Kirkcudbright.: The Castle, its occupants, and its place in history. - View