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pass leads into the parish from the East, commencing at the confluence of the Rivers Don and Bucket below the Castle. Craigenscore is the highest hill in the parish. Benneau is the next highest, the castle is built in the declivity of this hill. Limestone is in great abundance in this parish, and. is worked to great advantage by the Tenants both for their own use and for sale. The Earl of Fife is sole heritor of the parish, as well as Superior of the Estates that once belonged to the ancient and powerful Earls of Mar. The Mains farm at the Castle is perhaps as well managed in every respect as any in Scotland. There is a parish school and an adventure school kept during Winter and Spring, in the remote part of the parish, on the celebrated classical spot where John of Badenyon lived."

From Collection of the Shires 1843, page 613
"Glenbucket , dedicated to Saint peter, is so named from Bucket, a rivulet, on both sides of which the parish stands. Glenbucket (properly Inverbucket because situated where Bucket falls into Don) the seat of Gordon of Glenbucket descended of those of Rothiemay, whose stock was Cairnburrow. "- there is no portion of this parish detached, nor portion, or portions, of any other parish enclosed within the boundary of this Parish -

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Parish of Glenbucket

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