Searching for "TULLYNESSLE"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Alford Aberdeenshire Tullynessle, NE by Keig, SE by Tough, and S and SW by Leochel. Its greatest length from E to W is 6½ miles Groome
    Alford, Howe or Vale of Aberdeenshire Tullynessle and Keig to the N, and of Alford, Leochel, and Tough to the S of the river. From 5 miles Groome
    Auchindoir and Kearn Aberdeenshire Tullynessle-Forbes, S by Kildrummy, and W by Cabrach. Very irregular in outline, it has an extreme length from N to S of 6¾ miles Groome
    Clatt Aberdeenshire Tullynessle, and W by Auchindoir. Its greatest length from N to S is 4 miles; its breadth from E to W varies Groome
    Coreen Hills Aberdeenshire Tullynessle parishes, 5 miles WNW of Alford village. Their laminar mica-slate, of a brownish-black colour, has long been Groome
    Dalpersie or Terpersie Aberdeenshire Dalpersie or Terpersie, a small old castellated mansion (now a farmhouse) in Tullynessle parish, Aberdeenshire, 1 mile NW of Tullynessle church. Groome
    Don Aberdeenshire Tullynessle, Keig, Tough, Monymusk, Oyne, Chapel of Garioch, Kemnay, Inverurie, Kintore, Keithhall, Fintray, Kinnellar, Dyce, New Machar, Newhills, and Old Machar Groome
    Esset Aberdeenshire Tullynessle parish, Aberdeenshire, rising among the Correen Hills, at an altitude of 1300 feet above sea-level, and running 6½ miles Groome
    Forbes Aberdeenshire Tullynessle. It has belonged, from the 13th century, to the noble family of Forbes of Castle Forbes.— Ord. Sur., sh. 76, 1874. Groome
    Forbes Aberdeenshire Tullynessle) and hamlet, Aberdeenshire, on river Don, 2 miles from Alford; P.O.; gives the title of baron to the Forbeses Bartholomew
    Keig Aberdeenshire Tullynessle. Its utmost length, from N to S, is 4½ miles; its breadth, from E to W, varies between Groome
    Kildrummy Aberdeenshire Tullynessle, SE by Leochel-Cushnie, S by Towie, W by detached sections of Strathdon and Towie, and NW by Cabrach Groome
    Leslie Aberdeenshire Tullynessle-Forbes, and W and NW by Clatt. Its utmost length, from E to W, is 3 miles; its utmost Groome
    Littlewood Aberdeenshire shooting-box in Tullynessle parish, Aberdeenshire, on the left bank of the Don, 5 miles W by N of Alf ord. Groome
    Littlewood Park Aberdeenshire Littlewood Park , shooting-lodge, Tullynessle par., Aberdeenshire, on river Don, 5 miles NW. of Alford. Bartholomew
    Scotsmill Aberdeenshire Scotsmill , school, Tullynessle and Forbes par., Aberdeenshire. Bartholomew
    Tullynessle and Forbes Aberdeenshire Tullynessle and Forbes, a parish in Alford district, Aberdeenshire. It comprehends the ancient parishes of Tullynessle and Forbes, united in 1808; and contains Groome
    Tullynessle and Forbes Aberdeenshire Tullynessle and Forbes , par., Aberdeenshire, on river Don, 11,279 ac., pop. 981; the church is at Tullynessle hamlet, 3 miles Bartholomew
    Whitehaugh Aberdeenshire Whitehaugh , seat, Tullynessle and Forbes par., Aberdeenshire, on river Don, 4½ miles NE. of Alford. Bartholomew
    Whitehaugh Aberdeenshire Tullynessle and Forbes parish, Aberdeenshire, near the left bank of the Don, 4½ miles NE of Alford. Its owner Groome
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