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Turriff Parish [continued]

through the centre of the parish of Turriff, to the head of the Deverons' deflection. The surface of the parish in a general view, rises from the Deveron toward the south and east; but has low grounds near the river, undulating grounds further in, a variety of vales and hills of different slopes and easy inclination, and ultimately a large extent of high tableau and upland pasture."
Vide Fullartons Gazetteer.

By far the greatest area of the parish is under cultivation and it is highly fertile and well wooded especially along the vale of Deveron.

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