Stonehouse Village & Family History Research Print E-mail

Old Stonehouse Our website offers a fascinating insight to Stonehouse village history and for family history research. Whilst not all of our information has been transferred onto the web site the group continues to work towards transferring other information to the site as soon as it has been transcribed into a format that can be used and has funding available.

In our resource room we have copies of our local newsletter, cemetery inscription records, old school admission records, school diaries, scholar autographs,parish and census records, pit deaths, collections of local area photographs and a small collection of school photographs.

Stonehouse Heritage@ Kid whisper Our Website includes an on-line searchable index of Census information for Stonehouse, OPR and church records, School admission records, Gallery of old pictures, School photographs examples from the collection can be viewed but full unrestricted access for a year requires membership costing eleven pounds sterling. To obtain full access please refer to our subscription page.

 The group is not a business and is run entirely by volunteers, who give freely of their time & goodwill to provide our services and to help others interested in researching their family history.

 
LATEST NEWS Print E-mail

Group have Moved

The group have now moved to the new  Stonehouse Lifestyles  community hall and our group will be manning a hot desk room on the third Saturday of each month from 9.45 till 12.30pm.  If you need to contact the group you can still do it via the library staff or you can contact  James Monie on 07743767366 or by post to 17 Hill road Stonehouse. Robert freel on 07964010256 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it If you want to visit on a Saturday contact the group and we will try and accomodate with amember being present.

Photographs.

We are currently  building  a library of school photos, and family group photographs, if you have any that are not on the web site and would consider giving them to the group or allowing the group to scan them please contact either james monie on This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or Robert Freel on This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Photo Gallery

 Remember you can purchase some of the photos on the site normally five pounds plus postage. if you are purchasing more than five photographs the price drops to four pounds a photograph and if more than 10 if will be three pounds .Please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it for details.

FUTURE SITE ADDITIONS

A further record of Townhead school Masters diary  from 1882-1904 has now been transcribed by member John Rogers and once funding has been put in place information will be uploaded. Additional school diaries and admissions registers have been found for Townhead and Camnethan street school these will be transcribed and uploaded when time and resource permits.

work continues on our new website with a great deal of the existing information being transferred over however work continues. it is hoped that next year will see the launch of the new site.

 
NEWSLETTER NUMBER 24 Print E-mail

 

NEWSLETTER NUMBER 24

The latest edition of our newsletter is available from Stonehouse Lifestyles or for download . For download it can be located under Newsletters and publications under Historical services menu bar. 

If you have any interesting photographs or stories  and wish to share this information witht he heritage group in future newsletters please contact Jim Monie on +0441698792014. or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

 

 

 


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