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Deceased Online adds headstone collections for 18 Fife burial sites

Deceased Online is a central database of statutory burial and cremation registers for the UK and Republic of Ireland -- a unique resource for family history researchers and professional genealogists.

Records for 18 more burial grounds, cemeteries and churchyards in Fife have been added to the Deceased Online headstone collection from Scottish Monumental Inscriptions (SMI).

The records available date back to 1753, feature 39,000 names and comprise photos of headstones together with carefully transcribed digitized inscriptions for easy reading.

There are now 51 burial sites in the Fife headstone collection available to search; click here to view the full list.

In total, there are now headstone collections from nearly 250 cemeteries, burial grounds and churchyards across Scotland featuring over 300,000 names.

The SMI records are included in the main search indexes on the website so that names and dates can be searched for in the usual way
With the main collection of burial records, there are now nearly 1.1 million burial records in Scotland available on Deceased Online.

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