Kincardineshire, Historic County of Scotland
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- Administrative centre Stonehaven
- Chapman County Code - KCD
- Gaelic Name
- AKA also known as Kincardineshire or The Mearns (from A' Mhaoirne meaning 'The Stewartry')
- Famous for:
- Landmarks and Places of Interest
- Allardice Castle
- Cowie Castle, (ruins)
- Dunnottar Castle
- Fetteresso Castle
- Fowlsheugh Nature Reserve
- Lewis Grassic Gibbon Centre, Arbuthnott
- Muchalls Castle
- Portlethen Moss
- The Tolbooth, Stonehaven
- Ury House
- Area 985 sq. KM (380 sq.miles)
- Succeeded by
- County Flower -
Kincardineshire was a local government county on the coast of northeast Scotland. It was bounded by Aberdeenshire on the north and west, and by Angus on the south.
The Districts of Kincardineshire
- Cowie Water,
- Carron Water,
- Luther Water,
- Burn of Muchalls,
- Burn of Pheppie,
- Burn of Elsick,
- Burn of Monboys and the
- lower reaches of the River Dee.
For Historical information about Kincardineshire visit Historic Kincardineshire Link to follow - including connections to Historical figures, Gentry and political people connected with Kincardineshire.
For Information about research in the County and Families Researched on Geni (Including Emigrants) go to Kincardineshire - Family Heads
For Famous or Notable People from Kincardineshire visit Kincardineshire - Famous People
People prepared to Help
- C. June Barnes Curator
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