You can read about the Monikie Kirk,
built in 1812, and the Monikie Parish
down through the ages by purchasing 'The Monikie Story'.
(There are other photographs elsewhere on this site.)
A list of the Grave Memorial Inscriptions, with a list of the names appearing on the stones, in the original part of the kirkyard, is available HERE. Any persons who have reliable knowledge of the kirkyard, including relatives, are invited to make contact if they can add to or correct the information. Many of the stones are partially sunk in the ground, others are well weathered.
In order to get the best results of finding information from various resources on this website you are strongly advised to use the website search engine to investigate further pages of interest, particularly surnames and addresses.
The interior of Monikie Kirk, photographed around noon on 15th January 2002.
Rev. JOHN REID Minister of Monikie for 40 years died 8 September 1900 aged 77 years. His gravestone inscription.
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(The names of the local dead from the two world wars are available here.)
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- 'THE MONIKIE STORY' - FAMILY HISTORY
- CHURCH MAGAZINE
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