Burial Grounds Search.



Friends of Dundee City Archives is an organisation, established in 1989, which supports the work of the Archivists in Dundee, they now have an online database of some 80,000 burial records for both the new and old Howff.

Nine trades of Dundee The Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee. Describing the trades and history up to the present day.

Photopolis Dundee Central libraries online photographic collection of old Dundee.

Dundee Howff Conservation Group Home page for the Howff conservation group.

Abertay Historical Society promotes interest in the history of Dundee, Angus, Fife & Perthshire.

Diggingup1800 A blog and website about body snatching, worth a visit, if you dare! 

National Library of Scotland A superb resource and worth a visit.

The Cemetery Club - is first and foremost a free resource for people who appreciate cemeteries.

Genealogysites.net Contains over 50,000 genealogy links.

Dundee Central Library Local History section, this is where the Lamb collection is kept, along with a card index of the city archives. A terrific resource and recommended for anyone locally.

Robert Reinhardt - Rest in Pixels Some superb photographs from cemeteries around the world including the Howff.

Tay Valley Family History Society A great resource for information with regards to genealogy for the Perthshire, Angus, Fife and Kinross area.

Dundee Parish Church (St. Mary's) An interesting site with lots of information both recent and historical about St Marys church.

Gravestone Photographic Resource Project

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet

GravestonesHQ The definitive guide to choosing a gravestone.

http://www.monikie.org.uk/ A local site which has photographs and transcriptions from Fisher Street burial ground in Broughty Ferry, Dundee.