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This section contains features on local history from the Killearn Courier dating back to Issue 1 in 2005, together with oral history from local residents, talks and other papers of interest.

The headings outline the subject matter and source – download the files of choice.

If you have difficulty accessing these files – or you would like to contribute more articles – please contact [email protected]

Killearn Woodland Cemetery History

Peter Wilks

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Hugh Cameron

Interview with Hugh Cameron – long-time resident of Killearn

Courier Issue 54. 2022
Killearn Heritage Trail – Oral History project

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Village Hall Archive Cabinets

Courier Issue 53. 2022
All Killearn Archive

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A Day on St. Kilda

Courier issue 53. 2022
Prof. Christine Howe

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Helen Maclean

Interview with Helen Maclean, born at Drumore Farm, who has lived her whole life in the Parish

Courier Issue 53. 2022
Killearn Heritage Trail – Oral History project

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Roads Around Killearn

Courier Issue 52. 2022
All Killearn Archive

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Fire, Ice and Water – the Shaping of Killearn’s Geology

Courier Issue 52. 2022
Campbell Forrest

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May King

Interview with local resident, May King, aged 90, who has lived in the area all her life.

Courier Issue 52. 2022
Killearn Heritage Trail
Oral History project

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Killearn Primary School Outings

Courier Issue 51. 2021
All Killearn Archive

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Margaret Gibb

Interview with Margaret Gibb, aged 91, of Blane Smithy.

Courier Issue 52. 2022

Killearn Heritage Trail – Oral History project

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Head and shoulders of elderly lady standing, smiling, in front of her house

Killearn Glen Dig Part II

The second phase of the excavation in Killearn Glen

Courier Issue 51
Killearn Heritage Trail

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Loch Katrine Water Works

The building of the Glasgow water supply and the Water Pipeline through Killearn

Courier Issue 50. John Carruthers

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