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Cupar Library

Duncan Institute, Crossgate, Cupar. Tel. 01334 659367, Fax: 01334 659306, email: cupar.library@fife.gov.uk
Opening hours:
Mon: 9.30 am - 5 pm
Tues: 9.30 am - 7 pm
Wed: 9.30 am - 7 pm
Thurs: 9.30 am - 7 pm
Fri: 9.30 am - 5 pm
Sat: 9.30 am - 5 pm

Fife Council's Library webpage.

You can download lists of census and OPR films, valuation rolls, directories and historical newspapers held by Fife Council libraries. There are also some source lists of materials for local history topics held by the libraries.

Computer terminals allow free access to ancestry.co.uk (for library members), the Scran collection of photographs, and the Statistical Accounts for Scotland.

Family History Material held includes:

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Pittenweem Burgh Records:

Newspapers:

There is a series of indexes to the older editions of the above newspapers, including a subject index and a name index. The East Fife Record also has indexes of Births (1856-1900), Marriages (1856-1900), Deaths (1856-1900) and Obituaries.
The Cupar newspaper index is online at Ancestry.co.uk.

The Library also houses an extensive local History collection, covering the whole of Fife but with special emphasis on the eastern part of the Kingdom.

While staff assistance and advice are available to help locate information, it is expected that those undertaking research are prepared to spend their own time consulting sources. In the case of postal enquiries, or those searches which require a lot of staff involvement, a fee may be levied, if necessary. Many of the sources are on microfiche or microfilm. Copies from film are available. Current charges apply.

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