Drumglay

   DRUMGLAY, a village, in the parish of Glammis, county of Forfar, 2 miles (W.) from Forfar; containing 66 inhabitants. It is situated in the extreme north-east point of the parish, a short distance from the Dean river and the loch of Forfar, the former on the south, and the latter eastward, of the village.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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  • Glammis —    GLAMMIS, a parish, in the county of Forfar; containing, with the villages of Arnyfoul, Charleston, Drumglay, Grasshouses of Thornton, Milton, Newton, and Thornton, 2167 inhabitants, of whom 556 are in the village of Glammis, 52 miles (N) from… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

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