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KILDRUMMY Parish of Kildrummy
Parish of Kildrummy
Parish of Kildrummy
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Christie, Kildrummy
Mr. John Blackhall, Culsh,
Mr. Reid, Farmer, Wester Clova
Statistical Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
042 ; 051 ; 061 ; 062 ; 063 A parish in the shire of Aberdeen, situated about 30. miles from that City, and is pleasantly situated in a valley on each side of the River Don, containing upwards of 100 houses and in 1861 had a population of 590. It is bounded on the North by Cabrach and Auchindoir on the east by Auchindoir and Tullynessle and Forbes, on the South by Towie and on the west by Cabrach and Towie Parishes. Its length from north to South is about six miles and from East to West about five miles. The soil is generally rich and fertile and about three fourths of the surface of the parish is under cultivation, the remainder being occupied with wood and mountain pasture. The Geological Formation in the parish is in the lower ground, Old Red Sandstone which extends from the Burn of Corchinnan on the north to the Den of Kildrummy on the South, and from the base of the hills on the west to the valley through which the Turnpike road is
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