"Name - In the former Statistical Account of this parish, the name Garvock is said to be "originally Gaelic, and to signify the rugged hill" - consequently derived from the two Gaelic words Gairabh and cnoc. But, as the hill of Garvock is by no means particularly rugged, it is much more probable that Garvock is derived from the two Gaelic words Gairabh and pouc, signifying the rough marsh or meadow; a name which is still very descriptive of the uncultivated part of the parish: and must have been originally highly applicable to the whole."
The Statistical Account of Scotland The County of Kincardine
- Church Records
- Civil Registration
- Description and Travel
- Historical Geography
Monumental Inscriptions for the parish have been recorded in Pre-1855 Gravestone Inscriptions in Kincardineshire, edited by Alison Mitchell, Scottish Genealogy Society, 1986, ISBN 0 901061 29 8.
Old Parish Records for the parish of Garvock  are located in New Register House, Edinburgh.
These have also been microfilmed by the LDS:
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View photographs of Garvock and the surrounding area.
- The transcription of the section for Garvock from the National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) provided by Colin Hinson.
Information about boundaries and administrative areas is available from A Vision of Britain through time.
View maps of Garvock.