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Parish / district reference number for 1851 - 1901 censuses: 4 returns can be searched on the Free CEN website.
The 1851 census has been indexed by the Tay Valley Family History Society.
The original 1841 census returns were lost in transit to Edinburgh.
Hopefully, things will change and his R6-million investment in horses over the past two years will be rewarded with a big race win during the coming South Africa’s Champion Season – and why not the Vodacom Durban July?
"Leslie parish, containing the burgh of barony of Leslie and the village of Prinlaws, lies at the base of the Lomond Hills, between them and the River Leven.
In 1900, upon the union of the Free Church and the United Presbyterians, Leslie West U. became Leslie West United Free Church, and following the 1929 union of the Church of Scotland and the United Free Church, Leslie West U. The congregation sat within the Presbytery of Kirkcaldy throughout its existence. Record 1718 - 1763 kept in the form of a small Memorandum Book. Heritors' Records (HR210) are at the National Records of Scotland, Edinburgh.
The original Old Parish Registers (of baptisms / births, proclamations / marriages, and deaths / burials) of the Church of Scotland, which cover the years up to 1854, are held in the National Records of Scotland in Edinburgh, and they can all be consulted there at the National Records of Scotland. At the National Records of Scotland, Edinburgh: The parish entry in Pigot's National Commercial Directory for the whole of Scotland, 1837, is online at Google Books.