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" Kirkcaldy is a royal burgh and a populous thriving seaport.
Kirkcaldy Civic Society provide lots of information about the town.
Surrounding parishes: Abbotshall, Dysart, Auchterderran. The parish entry in Pigot's National Commercial Directory for the whole of Scotland, 1837, is online at Google Books.
In 1901, the parishes of Abbotshall, Dysart & Kirkcaldy, plus part of the parish of Kinghorn (Invertiel), were united to form the parish of Kirkcaldy & Dysart.
In 1930, the burgh of Dysart was combined with the burgh of Kirkcaldy.
As well as the parish church, there are a free church and chapels for united presbyterians, baptists and independents. Kirkcaldy Galleries has a large collection of genealogy and local history materials.
The Scotlands Places website lets users search across national databases by geographical location.
A selection of interesting inscriptions and photographs are included in the booklet , published by Kirkcaldy Civic Society, 1996 (ISBN 1946294038).The trade of Kirkcaldy is similar to that of Dundee - spinning flax and weaving coarse linen goods.There is also a large floorcloth manufactory, brewing, ironfounding, machine making, and a considerable corn and meal trade.There are 3 cemeteries and a crematorium in Kirkcaldy parish.There are others in the town, in Abbotshall and Dysart parishes. Kirkcaldy Old Kirk Churchyard, Kirk Wynd, Kirkcaldy (grid ref.
Old Dysart and East Kirkcaldy and Old Kirkcaldy - Central, North & West (Stenlake Publishing) contain many photographs and full descriptions.