1 edition of The Gordons of Aberdour, Auchlunies, Cairnbulg, etc found in the catalog.
The Gordons of Aberdour, Auchlunies, Cairnbulg, etc
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Robert Murdoch Laawrence.|
|Contributions||Lawrance, Robert Murdoch.|
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Aberdour, uchleuchnes, airnbulg, etc., extracted from ancient registers in St Peter's Church. Fraserburgh, and compiled by Robert Murdoch La wrance, A (8pp. in a green cover) appeared in March, I may add that I have been working on the present deduction off and on for neai-ly twenty years.
of Aberdour. Alexander Gordon Mill Of Size: 2MB. Gordon Clan Book A name with a number of possible points of origin, the Gordons hold a prominent place in the pages of the drama that is Scotland’s frequently turbulent history.
The Gordons of Aberdour about the twelfth century, they were particularly identified with Berwickshire, in the Borders. Alexander Crombie Gordon R.N.
Explanation: Third son of John Gordon, of Cairnbulg: Date (from) (Date to) Personal: 3 December Born: 23 December Died (at Aberdeen) Date: Rank: 31 May Entered Navy: 17 September Lieutenant: 22 October Commander: 5 February Captain: Retired Captain: 11 December texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
Books to Borrow. Top Full text of "Bibliography of the Gordons. Section I. to Augusta. - "Chinese Gordon". - Lord George Gordon.)". Cairnbulg. likes.
Small former fishing community adjoining Inverallochy, approximately 4 miles from Fraserburgh in AberdeenshireFollowers: Cairnbulg Castle is a z-plan castle situated in Cairnbulg, Aberdeenshire, was described by W.
Douglas Simpson as one of the nine castles of the Knuckle, referring to the rocky headland of north-east Aberdeenshire. It stands by the River Philorth and was originally known as Philorth Castle.
History. The castle was built in the early 14th century but destroyed in the winter of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly had Mary, Queen of Scots’ mother, Mary of Guise, Queen Regent and the most powerful woman in the country, to stay.
He entertained her and her courtiers so lavishly he earned the title “Cock o’the North”, which became the Gordons’ pipe march and is the title by which the clan chief is known The Gordons of Aberdour this : Carl Macdougall. Cairnbulg Castle is situated on a fairly prominent mound which probably was originally a motte subsequently cut down into a platform for the existing stone building.
It was surrounded by a moat, still traceable on the E side, which in the middle of the last century still retained water. Bestothebroch has 3, members. Join this group to post and comment. Cairnbulg Castle is of interest for three reasons. It is one of the oldest buildings in Aberdeenshire still to Auchlunies inhabited by the family who built it, whose home it is.
It is of great interest to students of mediaeval Castles and architecture, for there are many gaps in our knowledge of its history, and so much scope for study and speculation.
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The villages of Auchlunies (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Aileachaidh) and Cairnbulg (from the Gaelic càrn builg meaning 'gap cairn') lie some four miles east of Fraserburgh, in North East Scotland. Cairnbulg Castle, one Cairnbulg The Nine Castles of Knuckle, originally dated to the 13th century and parts of the current construction are believed to date to an earlier period but whereas the land of Council area: Aberdeenshire.
Content Note: The information & detail contained within the original Membership List is similar to what is provided here. Only the date of admission is omitted, as well as details of Officers and Directors. 20 Mid Street, Cairnbulg, is an exceptionally spacious 2 /3 detached cottage, situated within a stone’s throw of the local shops, shore and harbour.
Internally the property comprises a large sitting room and spacious dining kitchen. The bathroom is fitted with a modern white 3-piece suite and separate shower cubicle and is situated on the ground floor.
The exact spot at which the coastline north from Aberdeen turns to run west towards Inverness is debatable. But one contender must certainly be Cairnbulg Point, two miles east of Fraserburgh and immediately to the north west of the village of Cairnbulg and its eastern neighbour, Inverallochy.
Cairnbulg Castle, to the south west of the village, can trace its origins back to the s and. Cairnbulg Castle is an historic fortified tower house dating back to the 13th century. The castle stands beside the River Philorth, and indeed, it was originally called Philorth Castle.
The castle was founded by the Comyns, Earls of Buchan, sometime in the late 13th century, at a time when this area of north east Scotland was under almost. Aberdour is a popular and attractive village on the north shore of the Firth of Forth, looking south to the Island of Inchcolm and its Abbey: and to Leith and Edinburgh beyond.
Its sinuous main street lies a little inland from the coast, with narrow streets off it providing access to the more hidden parts of the village on the shoreline itself.
Sir John Duthie, Kbe, Of Cairnbulg (1) You can help us tag artworks on Tagger. The tags above come from the public, and also from an image recognition project run by the Visual Geometry Group, University of. Later it was held by the Buchan family. The castle was abandoned inand became derelict, part of it being demolished.
It was rebuilt and restored in when it was held by the Gordons. Philorth House was burnt down inand the Frasers bought back Cairnbulg inand the castle is. at his death, inbequeathed it to the present proprietor.
John Gordon, Esq. of Cairnbulg There is a remarkably fine fascia under the parapet of the tower; and another rather singular feature, is a hole piercing the lintel of the principal entrance, and running through the heart of the wall to a chamber above.
'The Church at the Heart of our Community' We would like to offer you a very warm welcome to our church. AoG Cairnbulg (Cairnbulg Assembly of God Church) is a family-friendly community church set in the North East of Scotland, just outside Fraserburgh, at the heart of the villages of Cairnbulg and Inverallochy; a Pentecostal church, by name and nature, seeking to reach out to our community in.
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CAIRNBULG, ship, Waltham Master, left Sydney for London 18 January. Belfast Newsletter, 22/02/ London Shipping Auction Co. sale 13th Feb. - 4 x 64th shares of sailing ship CAIRNBULG at £55 per share. Prices realised are considered satisfactory. Aberdeen Weekly Journal, 10/03/ The Gordon clan motto is "Bydand" which means "Remaining".
Surnames regarded as septs (sub-branch) of the Gordon clan include Addison, Adie, Aitcheson, Aitken, Barrie, Cullen, Eadie, Edie, Geddes, Huntly, Mavor, Milne, Todd. Gordon was the 50th most frequent surname at the General Register Office in Aberdour Castle: Aberdour harbour (© Martin Coventry) Aberdour is a pretty village with two fine beaches, a park, a picturesque harbour and a lovely walk along to Hawkcraig Point with hotel and old steamer pier, and has one of the most picturesque railway stations in Scotland.
Flight Lieutenant Curtis Warren WHEELOCK Royal Australian Air Force No. Squadron, R.A.F. Died (accidental) aged 23years Son of John & Ruth Ella Wheelock, East Melbourne. Settlement Summary: Cairnbulg/Inverallochy Population: Observations (of Community Council) None received.
Green Network Links The wide verge along Rathen Road provides a green/ pedestrian link westward from the village centre. Otherwise, greenspace is largely located on the periphery.
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Thomas Buchan, 2nd of Cairnbulg was born in 1 He was the son of Colonel John Buchan, 1st of Cairnbulg. 1 He married, secondly, Hon. Mary Elphinstone, daughter of John Elphinstone, 8th Lord Elphinstone and Isabel Maitland.
1 He married, firstly, Hon. Grizel Hamilton, daughter of William Hamilton, 3rd Lord Bargany and Mary Primrose, on Rome2rio makes travelling from Fraserburgh to Inverallochy and Cairnbulg easy. Rome2rio is a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, helping you get to and from any location in the world.
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He introduced many of /5(28). The author, Jim Buchan, passed away before this book had been completed although most of his research and writing up had been done.
With assistance from his family the book has been published posthumously. Despite this, the picture captions are long and detailed and the book acts as a basic introduction to the local history of these villages nestling between Fraserburgh and Peterhead.
Cairnbulg, a headland, a fishing village, and an estate in Rathen parish, Aberdeenshire. The headland is situated 2½ miles ESE of Fraserburgh, and 6½ NW of Rattray Head.
The village stands immediately SE of the headland, in the western vicinity of Inverallochy village; is included in Inverallochy quoad sacra parish; and carries on a herring fishery in connection with Fraserburgh. The author, Jim Buchan, passed away before this book had been completed although most of his research and writing up had been done.
With assistance from his family the book has been published posthumously. Despite this, the picture captions are long and detailed and the book acts as a basic introduction to the local history of these villages nestling between Fraserburgh and Peterhead. The book. Cairnbulg Castle.
Beautiful reflection in a wee lochan and the sun beginning to set behind a castle. All this was missing was whisky. Originally called Philorth Castle, it was destroyed during the Wars of Independence (winter )/5(23). seeking connections between Smiths,of Blackhills, Rhynie and Gordons of Auchmair, also their connection with Gordons of Reekimlane and Balvenie around to Greig - (Cairnbulg -.
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