Sunday, 21 February 2016

Dornoch


'The appearance of the town of Dornoch will be rather disappointing to the visitor who has preconceived notions of it, formed by thoughts of what the town of an extensive shire such as Sutherland ought to be. The Cathedral is the most interesting object of antiquity'. (Tourists' Guide, 1883, Hew Morrison)

Welcome to our Dornoch pages
Links below take you to pages of note.  Please use LABELS on right to find other pages in this Dornoch area and use MORE SUTHERLAND to view all other parishes.

There are three burial grounds in the Parish of Dornoch: Dornoch Cathedral (St Barr's Churchyard), Free Church in Golf Road & Proncynain Cemetery, Dornoch

These have all been photographed and fully transcribed and are available for in Burial Ground Section

Dornoch Pipe Band on a beautiful Saturday evening one summer. 

Dornoch Photographs - people - donated by our members 


Photograph by Lynda Parker 2014 
Further Reading:
History of the Royal Burgh of Dornoch, Michael Hook, published by Historylinks Museum, Dornoch ISBN 0 9544253 4 0
The Duke of Sutherland's Memoirs, contains a full list of all those who made a contribution to the Duke's statue in 1834 - email me for purchase information
Ministers & Men of the North - can be read on the internet

Websites of Interest:

Visit Dornoch

History Links
updated 21/3/2016

All content, graphics, text, etc are the property of and copyrighted to Christine Stokes and are for your viewing pleasure only.
Please do not remove information to include on other websites. If you wish to link to this blog please do so by emailing me for reciprocal linking. Where  have used photographs etc taken by others I have permission do do so and give full credit.

No comments:

Post a Comment