Category: Fife, Scotland

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A council area and historic county of Scotland

Fife, Scotland

Fife was an important royal and political centre from the reign of King Malcolm III onwards, as the leaders of Scotland gradually moved southwards away from their ancient strongholds around Scone. Malcolm had his principal home in Dunfermline and his wife Margaret was the main benefactor of Dunfermline Abbey. The Abbey replaced Iona as the final resting place of Scotland's royal elite, with Robert I amongst those to be buried there. [1]

Resources

External
Map of Eastern Division 1885
Map of Western Division 1885
Internal
Visitation(s) of England and Wales County Index entries for persons whose pedigree first entry, or family seat, in the Visitation(s) is in Fife, or who appears listed in a pedigree, addendum or correction to the Visitation(s) as born in Fife.

People or pages in Fife, Scotland

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  • Isabella (Moir) Mooney 21 Sep 1850 Auchterderran, Fifeshire, Scotland - 19 May 1919
  • John Moir 11 Sep 1815 Markfinch, Fifeshire, Scotland - 14 Jan 1905
  • John Moir 22 Sep 1764 Kettle, Fifeshire, Scotland
  • Jonathan Moir 6 Apr 1853 • Kettle,Fife,Scotland - 8 Jul 1923
  • Mary Moir abt 8 Sep 1785 Dalgetty Fife Scotland - 15 Feb 1849
  • William Moir 25 Sep 1845 Wymms, Fifeshire, Scotland - 1 Aug 1913

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