2 edition of Parish of Aboyne, County of Aberdeen found in the catalog.
Parish of Aboyne, County of Aberdeen
Written in English
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INNES, LEWIS (–), principal of the Scots College in Paris, born at Walkerdales, in the Enzie of Banff, in , was the eldest son of James Innes, wadsetter, of Drumgask in the parish of Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, by his wife, Jane Robertson, daughter of a merchant in Aberdeen. Parish Church is a Category B listed building in Towie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of .
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Aboyne also includes the defunct parish of Glentanar. The parish is 30 miles south-west of the city of Aberdeen. The River Dee runs through divides the parish with the Glentanor region on the south of the river and Aboyne on the north.
The Glentanar area is hilly. In the chief proprietor, heritor and patron was the Earl of Aboyne. Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. Poor Law appeals – Indexed Poor Law appeals with the option to order images of records.
Asylum records – Index to the General Register of Lunatics in Asylums. School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results. "ABOYNE-AND-GLENTANNER, a parish (united), in the district of Kincardine-O'Neil, county of Aberdeen, 5 miles (W.
by S.) from Kincardine O'Neil; containing, with the burgh of barony of Charlestown, inhabitants. COULL, a parish, in the district of KINCARDINE O'NEIL, county of ABERDEEN, 2¾ miles (E.
E.) from Tarland; containing inhabitants. This place is supposed to have taken its name, which signifies a "corner", from its situation in the south-eastern extremity of the district of Cromar.
Aboyne (Scots: Abyne, Scottish Gaelic: Abèidh) is a village on the edge of the Highlands in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on the River Dee, approximately 26 miles (42 km) west of has a swimming pool at Aboyne Academy, all-weather tennis courts, a bowling green and is home to the oldest 18 hole golf course on Royal Deeside.
Aboyne Castle and the Loch of Aboyne are l area: Aberdeenshire. NAME BOOK OF THE PART OF THE PARISH OF Aboyne and Glentanner IN THE Co. [COUNTY] ABERDEEN [note] has a Det: DETACHED part in the parish of Birse. [Stamped] Ordnance Survey M.S.
Store Southampton 4 Mar. The remainder of this parish is drawn by Capt. [Captain] Courtney R.E. [Royal Engineers]. Scottish Parish maps of Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine, Moray and Nairn county from Scotlandsfamily, a Scottish genealogy service to help people find free Scottish records and information to research their Scottish ancestors and explore their family tree in Scotland.
ABOYNE and GLENTANNER, a united parish, in the district of KINCARDINE O'NEIL, county of Aberdeen, 5 miles (W. by S.) from Kincardine O'Neil; containing, with the burgh of barony of Charlestown, inhabitants.
The Church of Scotland, the national church of Scotland, divides the country into Presbyteries, which in turn are subdivided into Parishes, each served by a parish church, usually with its own and readjustments may however result in a parish having more than one building, or several parishes sharing a minister.
There are currently 43 presbyteries in Scotland, and around A small detached portion lying to the south and east of Finzean, in the parish of Birse.
This name book contains only a small portion of the parish of Aboyne and Glentanner (Proper) the remainder together with the detached portion will be done by the Aberdeen Division. the Book for Birse parish. In modern times the chief occurrences connected with the parish are, 1st, the building of the bridge of Potarch over the Dee, inestablishing a communication between the parish and the Deeside turnpike road to Aberdeen; 2dly, the building of a suspension bridge over the same river at the west end of the parish, by the Earl of Aboyne.
County of Aberdeen Registration District Old Machar Quoad Sacra Parish of Gilcomston Parish of Aberdeen - Registration District of St. Nicholas Film ABD b & c Parish of Bourtie () Parish of Aboyne () Film ABD Updated 18 August Page 3 of This is the site of the old parish church of Aboyne, dedicated to St Adamnan.
The foundation of a preceptory of the Knights Templar in Aboyne (Scott ) was an exaggeration but the church of Aboyne was granted to the Knights Templar, and this was confirmed by. The earliest part of Aboyne Castle, the NW corner, appears to date fromwhen it was rebuilt by Charles, 1st Earl of Aboyne.
However, it seems likely that there was a castle on this site as early as the 11th century, when it could only be reached by drawbridge or boat (NSA, p).
History [edit | edit source]. BOURTIE, a parish, in the district of Garioch, county of Aberdeen, 1½ mile (S. W.) from Old church, situated in about the centre of the parish, is a plain structure, containing sittings, built in The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub.
) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast. Records of Aboyne Academy & Aboyne School (Aboyne & Glentanar Parish) Description: ED/GR6S/K1/1 Log Books ( - ) ED/GR6S/K1/2 Admission Registers ( - ) There is a plan of the Charlestown Road school in the George Bennett Mitchell collection (GBM//4).
Date: - Level: Sub sub fonds: Access_Status: Restricted: Access. Parish Name: Dates: Parish Number: County: Aberdeen **** Aberdeen: Aberdeen-Burgh: /2: Aberdeen: Aberdeen-East District: /3: Aberdeen.
Aboyne Parish Church, often known as St. Machar's, was built inreplacing an earlier church of on the same site. It is located in the centre of Aboyne, overlooking Aboyne Green.
It sits in a burial enclosure which has now closed to new burials as it is full. The church was recently extensively restored. The church sits in a substantial graveyard, which is curved at the eastern end. County Parish/Place TITLE CALL # Aberdeenshire: Aberdeen: Aberdeen Obituaries vol. 1: MA: Aberdeenshire: Aberdeen: Aboyne: Kirkyard of Aboyne Including Surname Index and an List of Lair Owners at the End of the Book.
Peter Williamson was born of poor parents at Hirnley, in the parish of Aboyne, county of Aberdeen, North Britain. Williamson-Woodby - Scottish Book Trade Index (SBTI) Indian Peter Williamson Aberdeen.
Play our new game - Whack The Haggis!. Claim our Free Pens - we send 6 at a time. Child Slavery Kidnapping In the s it was common practice. Boundaries Eastern Aberdeenshire, to to When, created by the Representation of the People (Scotland) Actand first used in the general election, the constituency was nominally one of three covering the county of other two were the county constituency of West Aberdeenshire and the burgh constituency of Aberdeen.Parish: Aberdeen: St Machar's Cathedral: Name: Munro, A M.
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