If you are interested in family history or the local history of your own town or village you may find these short summaries useful. They give an idea of what the Local & Family History Department holds in the way of books, pamphlets, microfilms and maps about each parish.
Please note that not every parish bears the name of the largest town or village in the area. For example, Pitlochry comes under Moulin and Milnathort comes under Orwell. If you need help a member of staff will be happy to guide you in the right direction.
Aberdalgie, Aberfeldy, Aberfoyle, Abernethy, Abernyte, Alyth, Ardoch, Arngask, Auchterarder, Auchtergaven, Balquihidder, Bendochy, Blackford, Blair Atholl and Strowan, Blairgowrie
Callander, Caputh, Cargill, Cleish, Clunie, Collace, Comrie, Coupar Angus, Crieff, Culross, Dowally, Dron, Dull, Dunbarney, Dunblane, Dunkeld, Dunning
Errol, Findo-Gask, Forgandenny, Forteviot, Fortingall, Fossoway & Tulliebole, Foss, Fowlis Easter, Fowlis Wester, Glendevon, Glenshee, Inchture, Innerwick in Glenlyon, Invergowrie
Kenmore, Kettins, Killin, Kilmadock, Kilspindie, Kincardine, Kinclaven, Kinfauns, Kinloch Rannoch, Kinnaird, Kinnoull, Kinross, Kirkmichael, Lecropt, Lethendy & Kinloch, Little Dunkeld, Logie, Logiealmond, Logierait, Longforgan
Madderty, Meigle, Methven, Moneydie, Monzie, Monzievaird & Strowan, Moulin, Muckhart, Muthill, Orwell
Persie, Perth, Port of Menteith, Portmoak, Rattray, Redgorton, Rhynd
St. Madoes, St. Martins, Stanley, Scone, Strathfillan, Strathloch, Tenandry, Tibbermore, Trinity Gask, Tulliallan, Weem