The parishes in our Society's area are listed below, together with links to information
about the parishes.
Clicking on a parish name will search the
Online Members Interests' Database (OMID) for members researching in that parish.
Clicking on the reference number in
the OSNG column will lead to
Geograph, and photographs taken in the parish.
The numbers in the OS map number column refer to sheet numbers in the 'Ordnance
Survey Maps One-inch 2nd edition, Scotland, 1898-1904 with parishes shown
index to this series of maps, which is on the National Library of
has links to the individual numbered sheets.
Details of the upcoming SAFHS conference
Walk Three, Parts One and Two Published - This series of 'walks' - using the 1841 to 1901 census' – will pass along the road that came to be called 'Main Street' in the 'Old Town'.
Mon 20th March
Speaker:Andrew NichollTitle:Catholic Burial Grounds in Scotland
Tue 21st Feb
Am still looking for parents of Alexander Watt born Paisley aroun...