Hascussay


Hascussay
   HASCUSSAY, an isle, in the parish of Mid and South Yell, county of Shetland; containing 42 inhabitants. It lies on the east side of Yell, in Colgrave sound, and west of the isle of Fetlar; it is one of the smaller of the Shetland group, and was formerly uninhabited.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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  • Yell, Mid and South —    YELL, MID and SOUTH, a parish, in the county of Shetland, 32 miles (N.) from Lerwick; containing, with the islands of Hascussay and Samphrey, 1705 inhabitants. This parish includes the middle and southern districts of the island of Yell, which …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland


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