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RHYND [parish] Rhynd Ph. [Parish]
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Rynd Ph. [Parish]
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Sheriff's List of Meresmen
Oliver & Boyd's Almanac
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
Stobie's Co. [County] Map
Valn. [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County] of Perth
Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
098 ; 110 ; 111 [Situation] In the S E [South East] portion of Perthshire A small parish in Perthshire bounded on the north N E, [North East] by the River Tay which divides it from the parishes of Kinnoull and Kinfauns. On the east by the Tay on the south by the River Earn which divides from Abernethy on the S W. [South West] by Dunbarney and on the wesy by Perth. The body of the parish consists of a belt of 3 miles in length, and from 6 to 12 furlongs in breadth and situated long the Tay in the form of the Small segment of a circle the convexity resting on the river. From the southern end of this belt project two slender peninsulae called the East and West Rhynd each about a mile long the former eastward between the Tay and the Earn at their confluence and the latter S.S. [South South]eastward into a sweeping fold of the Earn. The eastern one of these peninsula is at its isthmus the site of the parish church and in consequence has won the

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