Monumental Inscriptions for Inverkeithny have been published by Aberdeen And North-East Scotland FHS (ANESFHS) (Booklet AA142).
These are included in the Online Index to the MIs
A transcript of Parish of Inverkeithny by Rev. Mr. John Milne.
You can see pictures of Inverkeithny which are provided by:
There is a wide range of maps available for Inverkeithny, historical and modern, on paper and online. Many ancient placenames continue in use, and will therefore appear on modern maps, but as parishes ceased to be of any significance for Local Government in Scotland in 1976, parish boundaries will be found only on historical maps.
Maps on Paper
- The best general-purpose modern printed map is the Ordnance Survey "Landranger" Series, which has a scale of 1:50000 (about one-and-a-quarter inches to a mile). Inverkeithny will be found on "Landranger Sheet 29".
- Reproductions of late-19th century Ordnance Survey maps are published by Caledonian Maps, and are also available via Family History Societies. Inverkeithny will be found on sheet 96.
- The small location plan at the head of this page is based on an 1845 map included in the Banffshire volume of the New Statistical Account of Scotland. View a fully-detailed version of this map.
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference NJ642450 (Lat/Lon: 57.493751, -2.598092), Inverkeithny which are provided by: