Index of published monumental inscriptions

This database gives details of monumental inscriptions held in the National Library of Scotland's collections.
List last updated: 30 April 2018.

Inscriptions for Caithness:

Name:Cowper, A S and Ross, I.
Description:       Caithness Monumental Inscriptions. 4v. 1992.

Name:Cowper, A S.
Description:       Place Names Inscribed on Caithness Tombstones. 1984.

Name:Cowper, A S, [et al].
Description:       Some Caithness Burial Grounds. 1981- . 1. Auchreny, Berriedale (Old), Berriedale (New), Braemore, Dalnawillan, Dirlot, (Latheron) - Ballachly.2. Latheron (Old).3. Brims, Crosskirk, Dunn; Tomb of Dunn, Spittal; St Magnus' Chapel, Tout-Na-Goul, Ulbster; St Martin's Chapel; Westerdale.4. Dorrery, Reay, Thrumster, Watten.5. Halkirk: oldest portion adjoining the Kirk.6. Mid Clyth - Camster, Skinnet.7. Thurso, St Peter's Church.8. Canisbay.9. Trostan: Westfield, Newreay, Mullbuie.10. Dunnet.11. Bower and Corsback.12. Olrig and Keiss.13. Old Wick.15. Dunrobin Castle, Handa Island, Kinlochbervie F C, Proncynain.[1-15]

Description:       Monument inscriptions: first cemetery at Keiss, Caithness. 2008.