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Civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths began in Scotland in 1855.  Events were registered with appointed district registrars.  Every civil district in Scotland had a number assigned to it for the purpose of organizing and accessing records at the National Archives in Edinburgh and other repositories.  You may view the list of civil registration districts and their numbers arranged by:

  • district name
  • county name
  • number

The years of existance of a district are assumed to be 1855-1955 unless otherwise given in the lists.  Many districts continued to exist post-1955.

Districts Arranged By Name

Click on the links below to view the list of districts beginning with their first letter.  Includes county name and district number.

 A  B     C     D     E
 F  G  H  I  J
 K  L  M  N  O
 P-Q  R  S  T  U-Y

Districts Arranged By County 

Click on the links below to view the list of counties beginning with their first letter.  Includes the list of districts within a county and their number.

 A  B    C     D     E   
 F   H-I   K   L   M 
 N-O   P   R   S   W

Districts Arranged By Number

Click on the links below to view the districts listed in number order, arranged by number increments.  Includes the county name.

 1-89     90-167  168-268  269-398  399-491
 492-575  576-660  661-757  758-854  855-901


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