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The records are also widely available on microfilm in libraries.
The baptisms & marriages have been fully indexed by county by the Mormons; this Old Parish Register Index (OPR index) is an accurate index of actual events, in contrast to the Mormons' own International Genealogical Index (IGI), much of which is unreliable, submitted material.
There are many parishes without any records of deaths or burials.
Depending on the diligence of the person keeping the register (usually the Session Clerk of the parish or his deputy), the entries may be quite informative or very brief. These records are held in New Register House in Edinburgh, where they can be seen on payment of a fee.
Indexes and actual records for all extant Old Parish Registers (OPRs) are available online, following registration and the purchase of credits, at the official web-site, Scotlands People.Baptisms & marriages are recorded in Errol in Perthshire from 1553, while a few parishes (e.g.Aberdeen, Canongate, Dunfermline & Perth) have records that begin shortly after the reformation of 1560.It is most unlikely to take you to a relevant image.
Old parish registers These are the registers of births, baptisms, marriage banns, marriages, deaths and burials up to the end of 1854, that were kept by the Church of Scotland in each parish.Sometimes, the parents' actual names will turn out to be slightly different from the names given on their child's marriage or death certificates; 'Janet' for 'Jessie' is never a problem, nor is 'Ann' for 'Agnes' likely to be, but be suspicious of any major differences.