DENNY

"Name, Situation, &c. - The origin of the name of Denny is unknown - The parish lies in the county and presbytery of Stirling and the synod of Perth and Stirling. - It is about 4 miles in length, 2½ in breadth. - The soil, about the town, or village of Denny, and indeed throughout the greater part o the parish, is dry and sandy; but in some places, it is wet, and has a good deal of clay in it. - The air is reckoned pure and healthy, and many of the people attain a good old age. Some, however, are much troubled with rheumatic comlpaints; and fevers frequently prevail, and are often fatal."

Parish of Denny (County of Stirling) by the Rev. Mr. Thomas Fergus (Statistical Account of Scotland 1791-1799)

(See also Tom Paterson's transcription of the "New Statistical Account of 1841", and Edinburgh Universities "Gazetteer for Scotland")

Census

Tom Paterson has transcribed the 1881 census entries for Denny.

Description and Travel

You can see pictures of Denny which are provided by:

Gazetteers

History

A little more of the history of the parish can be found at 'electricscotland' web-site as an extract from the History of Stirlingshire.

Maps

You can see maps centred on OS grid reference NS811827 (Lat/Lon: 56.022458, -3.909223), Denny which are provided by:

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