I know they have Death Certificates of some sort for each of them indexed at Scotland's People, but no idea if the burial information would be included.
I've never been to Scotland but that will change soon and it would be nice to find their graves if possible.
Hello - I know that my 2G grandparents Andrew Mc Knight and Sarah (Milliken) moved to West Calder in the 1880s sometime, and she died there in 1901 and he in 1915.
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