Searching for "BOHARM"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Aberlour Banffshire Boharm: E and SE by Mortlach: and SW by Inveraven. Its greatest length, from N to SSW, is 9 miles Groome
    Banffshire Banffshire Boharm, Keith, and Banff parishes; marble was long worked into monuments, mantelpieces, and toys at Portsoy; laminated marble, found in the bed of the Fiddich Groome
    Bellie Banffshire
    Boharm, and W by Speymouth and Urquhart, it has an extreme length from N to S of 7 1 / 8 miles Groome
    Ben Aigan Banffshire Ben Aigan , mountain, Boharm par., Banffshire, 2¼ miles E. of Rothes, alt. 1544 ft. Bartholomew
    Ben Aigan Banffshire Boharm parish, Banffshire, 1544 feet high, and 2¼ miles E by S of Rothes village on the left and opposite Groome
    Boharm Banffshire
    Boharm , par., Banffshire and Elginshire, 5 miles W. of Keith, 16,741 ac., pop. 1166; contains slight vestiges of large Bartholomew
    Boharm Banffshire
    Boharm, a parish of Banff and Elgin shires, with the post office hamlet of Blackhillock towards its centre, and, ½ mile Groome
    Botriphnie Banffshire Boharm, NE by Keith, SE by Cairnie and Glass in Aberdeenshire, S and SW by Mortlach, and W by Boharm Groome
    Dundurcus Banffshire
    ancient par., now annexed to Boharm (Banffshire) and Rothes (Elginshire); that part lying along the river Spey is called Dundurcus Vale . Bartholomew
    Dundurcus Moray Boharm; whilst that on the left side, together with Aikenway, was annexed to Rothes. The portion of it adjacent to the river Groome
    Elginshire or Moray Moray Boharm, and Rothes from Banffshire. It comprehends nineteen entire quoad civilia parishes, and had in 1871 a population of 44, 549, and in 1881 a population Groome
    Fiddich Banffshire Boharm, and Aberlour; and it flows by Auchindoun, Dufftown, and Balvenie, all three of which are noticed separately.— Ord. Sur., shs. 75, 85, 1876. Groome
    Gauldwell Castle Banffshire Gauldwell Castle , traces of ancient castle, in S. of Boharm par., Banffshire, near the Fiddich. Bartholomew
    Keith Banffshire Boharm, and Bellie, and NW by Bellie and by Rathven. The boundary is artificial, except for about 5 miles on the E side Groome
    Maggleknocketer Moray Maggleknocketer , hamlet, Boharm par., Elginshire, 3 miles NE. of Craigellachie; P.O. Bartholomew
    Moray, Province of Moray Boharm beyond the Spey, thence extending up that river to Badenoch, including Kincardine, Glencairn, Badenoch, Maymez, Locharkedh, Glengarry, and Glenelg Groome
    Mortlach Banffshire Boharm, NE by Botriphnie parish, for fully 3 ¼ miles near and at the extreme E corner by Aberdeenshire, SE by Glass Groome
    Mulben Moray Mulben , ry. sta., Boharm par., Elginshire, 5 miles W. of Keith; P.O. Bartholomew
    Rothes Banffshire
    Boharm parish and Banffshire, SSW by Knockando, for ¾ mile at the W corner by Dalllas, and NW by the parishes Groome
    Spey Banffshire
    Inverness Shire
    Boharm, Bellie, and Speymouth; Sir Thomas Dick Lauder's Account of the Moray Floods (1st ed., Edinb. 1830; 4th, Elgin Groome
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