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From: Ruth MacGill <>
Subject: Re: ABERDEEN-D Digest V05 #145
Date: Sat, 23 Apr 2005 12:28:59 +0100
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On the ordnance survey map of Eastern Highlands Cluny Castle is marked.
From Aberdeen take the A96 heading north west.
Find Kintore go west to Kemnay south-west to Craigearn then south west
again and you will see the castle marked. From Cluny castle head north
and you will find Monymusk.
Good luck.

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>ABERDEEN-D Digest Volume 05 : Issue 145
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> #2 Rivers above Inverurie ["Sandi Ruch" <>]
> #3 Re: [ABERDEEN] Is Aberdeen-L worki [<>]
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>I went to the Aberdeen city site and looked up burials, etc. This put me in
>touch with Bereavement Services who were excellent in providing information
>about relatives buried in Grove Cemetery. They suggested it would take some
>time but got back to me within a day or two after the request.
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>Scott
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>I've been having trouble discovering the names of one of the rivers up river
>from Inverurie. I can trace the Gadie Burn on my map beyond Oyne to Leslie.
>I can also follow the Urie where it takes off goes past Old Rayne and to
>Wrangham. What I can't discover is the name of the river that flows just
>south of Insch and seems to be a branch of the Urie which comes in just
>north of Old Rayne. It seems to flow east-west and isn't named on any of my
>maps. Can anyone help?
>Thanks, Sandi
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>Hi Jeff. I got your email so the list is working. Just wanted to say
>that I have an "AIRTH" ancestor from the Aberdeen area. She is Jean
>AIRTH b. ca. 1752. I have a copy of the christening record of her son,
>John CONNON. In the record it states she is "an unmarried woman". I
>believe she had a brother named George AIRTH b.1863(possibly Ellon). I
>think that Jean died in Cairntown(Fintray), 1834. George died in
>Hilton, Aberdeen in 1820. I don't know anything further about the family.
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>Margaret
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>Hi...I'm hoping that some kind soul on this list can answer a question for
>me, please: one of my gggg grandfathers was born ca 1705 @ Parish of Cluny,
>Aberdeenshire, Scotland. His grandson was born in Monymusk, Aberdeenshire,
>Scotland. I've never been able to find where either of those two places are
>(besides somewhere in Aberdeenshire, that is!)
>
>Does anyone have any idea in what part (east, west, north, south) of the
>county? I'm hoping to get to Scotland again in the next year or so,
>(I've been
>there twice, but both times I was in the Borders, trying to get a line on my
>Armstrongs, who apparently were a pretty fierce bunch of people! I've
>read the
>curse put on all Armstrongs, by, of all people, the Archbishop of Glascow!),
>but didn't find anything (no time!), but had a wonderful time on both trips,
>and really fell in love with the entire country). But now I want to go to
>Aberdeen, and see the Highlands, and find out more about my Robertsons.
>
>Any help or hints would be very gratefully received...
>
>Barbara
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