Sunday, 21 February 2016

Assynt Introduction






















Welcome to our ASSYNT pages




Burial Grounds:

Assynt has the following burial grounds:
Inchnadamph churchyard, Lochinver, Stoer old churchyard and the new cemetery, Nedd which also served Drumbeg & Elphin - all available to view Burial Grounds of Sutherland. Indexes can be viewed there also.  Photograph below taken looking down from Nedd Burial Ground.

See also:

Schools - early education in Sutherland - scroll to bottom of page for links to Assynt items 

Assynt War Memorial - includes photographs of all Assynt memorials plus lists of names 

Lochinver history 

Historic Assynt














Assynt photographs - views 

Assynt photographs - people 

Fraser Families in Assynt, Kildonan and Lairg by Allan Lannon

Scobies of Sutherland, website by Judy Meibusch, Queensland - other related surnames included

Families of Sutherland - includes many from Assynt

on the right you will see links to MORE SUTHERLAND which takes you to all other parishes of the county plus interesting pages to view.

Labels is an easy way to view Assynt subjects.



Recommended Further Reading

Historic Assynt, Malcolm Bangor-Jones, published by The Assynt Press -ISBN 0 9532885 1 0 - a very useful brief history of Assynt - a 'must have'
Assynt Clearances, Malcolm Bangor-Jones, published by The Assynt Press - ISBN 0 9532855 3 7 - another 'must have' for those researching their roots in Assynt - includes many names of those 'cleared'
Population Lists of Assynt, 1638 - 1811, Malcolm Bangor-Jones, published by the Assynt Press - no ISBN - another absolute 'must have'
All above booklets obtainable direct from author, email for details

Drumbeg by Karen Appleyard Photography, Scotland and Nature.  
Shown here with permission of Karen.  


updated 17/03/2016