Select a county from either of the lists below, or see the1890-1975 county map of Scotland. If you don't know which county a parish or town lies in, try an online gazetteer covering the whole of the UK. To find which GENUKI pages cover more modern administrative areas and the "Counties of Cities" see Historical Geography on the Scotland page.
Fife may have been named for William J. Fife, a prominent Tacoma lawyer, Yukon prospector, once head of the Washington National Guard, and a lieutenant colonel in the field during the Philippine Insurrection. There is also a historic county of Scotland and former Pictish kingdom called Fife, which could also be a source of the city's name.
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26/01/2022 · Scotland has also been known unofficially as "Caledonia", hence the many "Caledonian Societies" around the world. Why Scotland Historic Counties are Used [edit | edit source] The Scotland counties listed below are based on historic boundaries pre-1974. The records dating before 1974 are located within the information found in the historic counties.
The UK and Ireland are regarded, for the purposes of this Genealogical Information Service, as being made up of England, Ireland (i.e. Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland), Wales, and Scotland, together with the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Continued use. Tayside continues to have a joint electoral, valuation, and health board.It retained its police and fire services until they were merged, on 1 April 2013, into bodies known as Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, which cover the whole of Scotland.