The data presented here is based on what was recorded in the graveyard during the period of the survey from 1999 to 2001. In addition, the results of two earlier surveys have been included for comparison. The first was carried out in 1959 and published in The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Vol. XCIV (1960-61), 264-6. The second was completed in 1971 by Miss Jenny Brown and Miss Margaret Warren and the record deposited with The Scottish Genealogy Society.
To avoid any problems caused by misinterpreting the wording on the stones, the index is confined only to surnames. Against each surname is a list of links to the relevant inscriptions for that name. Names and stone numbers shown in italics occur only in the 1959 or 1971 surveys.
In the inscriptions, the use of upper and lower case follows that as used on the stone. Where the inscription is not fully legible, the uncertain elements are placed in square brackets [ ]. Gaps in the inscription are indicated by dashes ---.
The index is divided into pages, with one for each letter of the alphabet (except Q, X and Z for which there are no entries), and which may be accessed from the links below.
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