Researching your Family History can be fascinating.
Following the initial work of tracking down ancestors, some of the real fun can be investigating the types of work they did or the community in which they lived.
Resources available at the Central Reference Library on the first floor of Central Library in Stirling include: For the Burgh of Stirling.
We are delighted to be able to offer discounted Scotland's People Vouchers at each of our libraries to all our members.
The increased interest in this type of research has resulted in huge amounts of information in print and online.
Stirling Libraries can help support your research by giving you access to our collections and assistance where required.
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A collection of maps fo the 19th and 20th centuries including large scale maps for the Stirlingshire area and geological maps.
List of monumental inscriptions for Stirlingshire, Clackmannanshire and West Perthshire. Stirling old cemetery 1819 - 1854Our Archive Service can let you see a wide selection of Family History records, including Church records, Education and School records and Poor Law authorities.
You can book an assisted search with a Registrar, giving you access to Old Parish Registers, Scotland's Census records and Civil Partnership records from 2005.
Registrars can also provide access to birth, death and marriage registration records for the whole of Scotalnd from 1855.