5 edition of The Strath : the biography of Strathpeffer found in the catalog.
The Strath : the biography of Strathpeffer
Clarence Finlayson E.
Bibliography: p. 96.
|Statement||Clarence Finlayson ; foreword by the Earl of Cromartie ; etchings by Allan Haldane.|
|LC Classifications||DA890S87 F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
VILLAGE LIBRARIES. At pretty frequent intervals, during the last four years, I have sallied forth from my home in Renfrewshire, north, south, east, and west, to some of the most remote and isolated nooks of insular and provincial Scotland, on a mission so uncommon as to justify the writing of a book of impressions and experiences. Heading westwards, they followed the southern shore of Beauly Firth, (pronounced bew lee) and turned north-westwards to Strathpeffer. The place-names are Scots Gaelic, or anglicised versions of them, in much of the Highlands. A “strath” is a wide flat valley, while a “glen” is narrow and steep-sided.
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Angus Murray, now in possession of Strath Halladale and Criech, still plotted against Angus Du, whose brother-inlaw, Donald Lord of the Isles, was now dead, and Alexander his successor, and cousin of Angus, under the ban of the crown, and his own son and heir prisoner in the Bass, whose return was uncertain. The Strath The Biography of Strathpeffer Scotland's Famous Spa and District Published by The Saint Andrew Press Edinburgh First Edition First edition in publisher's original illustrated card wrap covers soft back. 8vo. 8 '' x 5 ''.
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Strathpeffer Biography. The Strath – The Biography of Strathpeffer, Scotland’s Famous Spa, and District. Clarence Finlayson This book has been a joy to read. It is well researched and gives a vivid and well balanced account of our strath through the ages.
Lord Cromartie. Strath, The: Biography of Strathpeffer [Clarence Finlayson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Strathpeffer (Scottish Gaelic: Srath Pheofhair) is a village and spa town in Ross and Cromarty, Highland, Scotland, with a population of 1, 7 Notable People. 8 Notes and references.
9 External links. It lies in a glen 5 miles (8 km) west of Dingwall, with the elevation ranging from 60 to m ( to ft) above sea level. Sheltered on Country: Scotland. Strathpeffer stands in the upper reaches of Strath Peffer, some four miles west of Dingwall.
As late as the early s, the settlement did not exist and the land on which it stands was divided between four farms. 12th of June Long famous as a spa, the small town of Strathpeffer lay at the end of a four-mile branch from Dingwall, and here ex-CR T numberSt Rollox-built inis following time-honoured tradition as it leads in its ex-HR coach and miscellany of goods vehicles.
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Strathpeffer Golf Club is proud to be celebrating its centenary this year, not only because it is a magnificent milestone to achieve years but is also a tribute to all those who have been associated with the club in one form or another over the years to help attain such a celebration.
Modern politicians have allowed his prophecies to influence their decisions. Clarence Finlayson wrote in his book ‘The Strath: A the biography of Strathpeffer’: “The continuing strength of belief in the veracity of Coinneach Odhar’s predictions is testified to by the front page of the People’s Journal for Septem of the Ardintoul MS.
History of the Mackenzies, and of a MS. Genealogy of the MacRas. A daughter, who married John Clunes, Cromarty. Colin married, secondly, a daughter of Innes of Inverbreakie, widow of Murdo Mackenzie of Towie, with issue - James, who married Catherine Innes. He died inand was succeeded by his eldest son, II.
Full text of "On the sulphur & chalybeate waters of Strathpeffer spa" See other formats. Topographical Appearances, &c.-Tbe parish is one of the most hilly and mountainous in is its general character, with the exception of the valley of Stratbpeffer.
Ben-Wyves or Ben-Uaish rises to the height of feet, and in. Current Bibliography of Urban History - Volume 8 - Diana Dixon, Anthony SutcliffeCited by: 2.
Hugh Chisholm - a biography I was born and brought up in the village of Maryburgh, Ross-shire. My piping career started when I was 14 years old - being given my first lessons by Pipe Major Addison Watson, who at that time was Pipe Major of the Dingwall British Legion Pipe Band.
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