- YELL, NORTH, Shetland.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 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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Yell — YELL, an island, in the county of Shetland; containing 3450 inhabitants. This island, one of the most northern of the Shetland group, lies to the north east of Northmavine on the Mainland, to the south west of Unst, and to the west of Fetlar.… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
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Yell, Shetland — Infobox Scottish island | GridReference=HU492935 celtic name= norse name=Jala meaning of name=Possibly of Pictish origin or from Old Norse for barren area=21,211 ha area rank=11 highest elevation=Hill of Arisdale 210 m Population=957 population… … Wikipedia
North Isles — Shetland Islands with North Isles highlighted in red Huney from Unst, and some other North Isles … Wikipedia