Angus Archives preserves the history of Angus, Scotland. On-site collections include:

  • documents

  • extensive photograph collections

  • local history book collection

  • plans of buildings

  • family histories & family history resources

  • digital resources

  • use transcripts of many hard to read documents

  • use surname & subject indexes to quickly find information

  • obtain copies of documents & photographs subject to standard fees

  • microfilm readers for the census & Old Parish Registers

  • access Deceased Online

  • get advice of sources, both local & national

Angus Archives is a vast collection of items covering 800 years of the history of Angus and its people. …The archives house and preserve the area’s written, printed and photographic history. We hold information on the towns of Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Montrose and Monifieth, plus the villages of Edzell, Letham, Friockheim and Newtyle. …Resources include burgh records and Angus County Council records, school and poor relief records, as well as private records such as diaries, legal documents, and plans.”



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