Searching for "LHANBRYDE"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Cranloch Moray Cranloch , school, St Andrews-Lhanbryde par., E. Elginshire, 2 miles SE. of Lhanbryde ry. sta. Bartholomew
    Drainie Moray Lhanbryd, S by Spynie, and SW by Duffus. Its length, from E to W, varies between 3¼ and 4 7 / 8 miles Groome
    Elgin Moray Lhanbryd; on the S by Rothes, Birnie, and Dallas; on the W by Rafford, and on the NW by Alves Groome
    Elgin Moray Lhanbryd. It has a station on the Highland railway, and is the terminus of the Craigellachie and Lossiemouth sections of the Great Groome
    Elginshire or Moray Moray Lhanbryd, Drainie, Duffus, Spynie, Alves, Kinloss and Dyke, and Moy is rich and fertile with heavy loam and strong clay Groome
    Highland Railway Inverness Shire
    Ross Shire
    Lhanbryde (14½), Elgin (17¾ ), Alves Junction (23), and Kinloss (27) from Keith respectively. At Orton there is a nominal Groome
    Lhanbryde Moray Lhanbryde , vil. with ry. sta., St Andrews Lhanbryde par., in co. and 3½ miles E. of Elgin; P.O. Bartholomew
    Loch-na-Bo Moray Loch-na-Bo , loch, 1 mile SE. of Lhanbryde, Elgin. Bartholomew
    Losie Moray Lhanbryd. The Lennoc Burn flows through the deep Glenlatterich, and at one narrow rocky gorge called the Ess of Glenlatterach Groome
    Moray, Province of Moray Lhanbryd and Essy. Cromdale and Rothiemurchus seem also to have been thanedoms. The Mormaers were also styled Ri or King Groome
    Na Bo, Loch Moray Na Bo, Loch , St Andrews Lhanbryde par., in co. and 4 miles SE. of Elgin. Bartholomew
    Rothes Banffshire
    Lhanbryd and Speymouth, for ½ mile at the NE corner by Bellie, E and SE by Boharm parish and Banffshire Groome
    Spynie or New Spynie Moray Lhanbryd, SSE and S by the parish of Elgin, SW by the parish of Alves, and NW by the parish Groome
    St Andrews-Lhanbryd Moray Lhanbryd, a parish containing the village of Lhanbryd in the NE of the county of Elgin and immediately E of the burgh Groome
    St Andrews Lhanbryde Moray St Andrews Lhanbryde , par., Elginshire, on river Lossie, 9197 ac., pop. 1396; contains Lhanbryde vil. and part of Elgin. Bartholomew
    Urquhart Moray Lhanbryd and Drainie. Except for 2 7 / 8 miles at the NW corner, where the river Lossie forms the whole Groome
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