- GLENGAIRN, county of Aberdeen.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 1856.
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Glenmuick, Tullich, and Glengairn — GLENMUICK, TULLICH, and GLENGAIRN, a parish, in the district of Kinchardine O Neil, county of Aberdeen , 16 miles (W.) from Kincardine O Neil; containing, with the village of Ballater, 2118 inhabitants. The compound Gaelic term Glean muic,… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
Tullich — TULLICH, a village, in the parish of Glenmuick, Tullich, and Glengairn, district of Kincardine O Neil, county of Aberdeen, 7 miles (S. W. by W.) from Tarland; containing 74 inhabitants. The lands of Tullich, situated on the north side of the… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
West Aberdeenshire (UK Parliament constituency) — UK former constituency infobox Name = West Aberdeenshire Type = County Year = 1950 Abolition = 1983 members = oneUK former constituency infobox Name = Western Aberdeenshire Type = County Year = 1868 Abolition = 1918 members = oneWest (or Western) … Wikipedia
John Anderson-Thompson — was born in Glengairn, Scotland and enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps. at 16 during World War I. [McGrath, T.: The Commissioner’s Award for Public Service . The Canadian Surveyor, September 1975.] In 1920, he came to Canada, working as a sheep… … Wikipedia
Michie — Recorded as Michael, Michie and Mihie, this is a Scottish surname found mainly in the county of Aberdeenshire, and then specifically in the towns and villages of Strathdon, Glengairn and Crathie. As Michie and Mihie it is a diminutive form of the … Surnames reference
Ballater — BALLATER, a village, in the parish of Glenmuick, Tullich, and Glengairn, district of Kincardine O Neil, county of Aberdeen; containing 371 inhabitants. This place, situated in a beautiful valley, on the north bank of the Dee, was formed about… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland