Basic pages for these parishes have been provided and will be improved at a later date. The date beside each parish represents the earliest surviving baptism or marriage record.
- Bower 1740
- Canisbay 1652
- Dunnet 1751
- Halkirk 1772
- Latheron 1740
- Olrig 1699
- Reay 1732, in both Sutherland and Caithness
- Thurso 1647
- Watten 1714
- Wick 1701
For Caithness townships unconnected to parishes, see the list of miscellaneous places mentioned in the 1868 gazetteer.
For Caithness places mentioned in the 1868 gazetteer, see where they are in Caithness.
- In the Parish of Canisbay - Lest We Forget
A.L.Houston (Ed), Pub:Highland News Group, Inverness, 1996, 450pp.
An eclectic collection of memories grouped by town/village with some excellent detailed information. Many wonderful photographs. No index. Held at Inverness Library, 1997.
- The Old White House of God - Reay Church 1739-1989
Rev. James S. Dewar, Pub:Northern Printers, Thurso, Caithness, 36pp.
Interesting historical account, well researched with a few photos examining each of the minister's lives and the social conditions at the time. No index. Held at Inverness Library, 1989.
- Vintage Wick - A Photographic history of the Royal Burgh of Wick and its People - 1589 Quartercentenary 1989
Ed:Clive Robertson, Pub:North of Scotland Newspapers Ltd., Wick, Caithness, 1989, 166pp.
Photos from 1860s onwards, grouped by topic. No index. Held at Inverness Library, 1998.
- Wick of the North
F.Foden, Pub:Scottish Press, Wick, 1996, 800pp.
A very detailed historical view of Wick, but with probably little genealogical value. Small index. Held at Inverness Library, 1997.
- The Story of Wick and Ackergill Lifeboats
Jeff Morris, 1984, 30pp.
Personal accounts and histories of these lifeboats, with photos No index. Held at Inverness Library, 1998.
- The People of St. John's, Wick: a congregational history.
Gordon Johnson, published by St John's Episcopal Church, Wick, available from the author at Glenorchy, Papigoe, WICK KW1 4RD; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Price: £3.00 plus post/packing(Cheques in G.B.pounds only)
40-page A4 size book about the past members of the congregation of St. John's Scottish Episcopal Church, Wick, Caithness, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the congregation. It includes as much family information as was available to the author, so should have genealogical value. Incumbent clergymen are included, also visiting clergy and the bishops of the period.