Explore nine Scottish trade and postal directories from Dundee spread over 1783 to 1842. Directories are a valuable source for your family history research, revealing your ancestor’s trade or occupation and address. The directories list shoemakers, brewers, cow feeders, merchants, bakers, grocers, soap manufacturers, spirit-dealers, and more.
With every result, you will find a transcript and an image of the original directory. The images come from the National Library of Scotland, the repository for the original directory. Each transcript will provide you with the following facts about your ancestor:
Year of the directory
Trade or occupation
Place and County
Findmypast has indexed and transcribed the beginning sections of the Dundee directories. The section lists the names of tradesmen, professionals, and officers of Dundee in alphabetical order by surname. The collection includes the directories for the following years: 1793, 1809, 1818, 1822, 1824, 1829, 1834, 1837, and 1842.