Carluke Parish Historical Society
CPHS collects and preserves artefacts, photographs and documents relating to the history of the parish of Carluke. You are most welcome to browse our pages and join our forum.
We are a registered charity.
Inside you will find over 420 pages of stories about the people of Carluke Parish and hundreds of photographs covering dozens of topics
Phones & Tablets - To see the stories links in large text Click Here
Just a few samples of the images in our gallery. The timeline covers mostly Victorian and early 20th century through to the mid seventies with some unique glimpses of life in Carluke as we were hurled from the industrial revolution through two world wars and into the economic blight which changed our landscape and our shopping habits, but we hope, not the nature of Carluke folk
You can find poignant tales, humourous anecdotes and via our publications, images and words to keep or send to your friends.
2013 saw the first widely attended music festival in Carluke, aptly named Carluke Jam
It was on again Ham and Jam Festival Thursday 22nd September 2016 "
For those of you interested in your own family history and Carluke roots, we have two CDs on sale
Carluke Vital Records
This DVD is a great boon to all family history researchers
- The Old Graveyard Plan
- Photos of all gravestone markers
- The Burial Register files
- The Hearth Tax files
The Forest Kirk and Graveyard.
An illustrated walking guide to the old graveyard in the centre of Carluke. A brief history of the place where the town began with details of some of the town's more memorable inhabitants.
Try as we do to document the items we receive, we have some problems with identifying folk in old photographs. Go here to see if you can help us with our more challenging questions.
We do not offer family research as a service, however our site does have a forum here where 17 families are listed. You can share your own family details with others in this topic.