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Ainslie's Map of Scotland 1789
063 ; 064 ; 072 ; 073 The parish of Cluny, in the county of Aberdeen, is in the Presbytery of Kincardine O'Neil and Synod of Aberdeen. Patrons, the Crown, and Gordon of Cluny, and Fraser of Castle Fraser, alternately.The parish is bounded on the north by the parishes of Monymusk and Kemnay; on the east by Skene; on the south by the parishes of Echt, and Midmar; and on the west by the parishes of Kincardine O'Neil & Echt. It is of very irregular outline, and contains about 7000 Statute Acres, of which four fifths are under cultivation, and is intersected by Ton Burn. The detached portion of Cluny parish contains about [blank] Statute acres and is bounded on the west and south west by Kincardine O'Neil parish; on the north, east, and south, by Midmar parish; which separates it from the parish of Cluny (Proper). There are no detached portions of another parish situated within the parish of Cluny.
Parish of Cluny ( Proper) Contains 8750 Statute Acres
Parish of Cluny Detached Contains

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County of Aberdeen Parish of Cluny

Clunie [Arrowed to Description] And is on the plans of Midmar to which it is now united

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