1 edition of Cromarty, Cromartyshire found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Report on the burgh of Cromarty.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (p.23-24) ; 1 folded col.map|
|Number of Pages||24|
Zip / Postal Code * I would like to receive promotions and spa news by EMAIL: I consent to Four Seasons sending me electronic communications to keep me informed of upcoming promotions and exclusive offers to conduct marketing g: Cromartyshire. Ross and Cromarty (Scottish Gaelic: Ros agus Cromba), sometimes referred to as Ross-shire and Cromartyshire is a variously defined area in the Highlands and Islands of is a registration county and a lieutenancy area in current use, the latter of which is 8, square kilometres (3, square miles) in extent. Historically there has also been a constituency of the Parliament of.
Ross and Cromarty, historic region, northern Scotland, spanning the width of the country from the North Sea on the east to the Atlantic Ocean on the west. It includes Lewis (part of the island of Lewis and Harris) in the Outer Hebrides.. Ross and Cromarty comprises the historic counties of Ross-shire and Cromartyshire. Ross-shire is the larger of the two counties, including all of Lewis and. Cromartyshire is a historic county in the Highlands of Scotland, comprising the medieval "old shire" around the county town of Cromarty and 22 enclaves and exclaves transferred from Ross-shire in the late 17th century. The largest part, six times the size of the old shire, is Coigach, northwest from , Cromartyshire was merged with Ross-shire into the administrative county of.
Tour Scotland wee video of old photographs of Cromarty in Ross and Cromarty, Highlands. Cromarty is a seaport on the southern shore of the mouth of Cromarty Firth, 5 miles seaward from Invergordon. Cromarty is a name of ancient Norman origin. It arrived in England with the Norman Conquest of The Cromarty family lived in Kent, where they were Lords of the manor of Tunstall Court.. Early Origins of the Cromarty family. The surname Cromarty was first found in Kent where they held a family seat as Lords of the manor of Tunstall Court. Today, Tunstall is a village in the Borough of.
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The Land Statistics Of The Shires Of Iverness, Ross, And Cromarty In The Year Comp. And Compared With The Valuations Of And Succeeding Periods [Fraser, Hugh C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Land Statistics Of The Shires Of Iverness, Ross, And Cromarty In The Year Comp. And Compared With The Cromarty Of And Succeeding.
: ROSS-SHIRE & CROMARTYSHIRE. Antique county map. Scotland. LIZARS - - old map - antique map - vintage map - printed maps of Scotland: Posters & Prints. This book was the result of an innovative project to record the dialect and anecdotes of Cromarty's fisherfolk.
It gives a fascinating glimpse of a way of life that persisted well into the 20th century. At wid be scekan tiln ken.
(What do you want to know?) Buy the book to find out. 40 pages with 10 photos. Highland Council Cromartyshire was one of the 34 traditional counties into which Scotland was divided.
As an administrative area it was an extremely odd one. It comprised a series of nine exclaves scattered across the separate county of Ross-shire. The core of the county comprised an area around Cromarty in the north of the Black Isle, which was the only burgh in the county and served as the county town.
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Cromartyshire itself is an ancient shire, which was a hereditary sheriffdom in the family of Urquhart of Cromarty.
In the latter part of the 17th century the sheriffdom was obtained by Viscount Tarbat, afterwards Earl of Cromartie, who was a most influential man at court and in Parliament in the reign of William and Mary. Sutor Creek is currently operating as a Take-Away and Off-License.
We are open Thursday to Sunday pm for collection or home-delivery within Cromarty. Please phone by 4pm for delivery that day. Collection available pm. Phone or email [email protected] to. Welcome to Cromarty. WELCOME to the Cromarty Live website.
If you are travelling to the Highlands of Scotland and the Black Isle, you will be delighted with a visit to this charming and unique old town.
If you have links to Cromarty already, you will find news of what’s happening in the local scene. Cromartyshire, a county, interlaced with Ross-shire, in the N of Scotland. It comprehends an ancient sheriffdom, hereditary in the family of Urquhart of Cromarty, and detached districts annexed in the latter part of the 17th century, at the instance of Viscount Tarbat, afterwards Earl of Cromarty.
Set in the beautiful, historic Hugh Miller Institute, Cromarty Library provides a full range of resources and services and a friendly welcome to both the local community and visitors to the area.
Library activities: Bookbug Sessions Free Bookbug Sessions for children aged 0–3 years are held each Monday from to during term time Read more»Read more. List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks; COIR' A' CHÙIL: Coir' a' Chùil Coir' a' Chùil.
Cromartyshire (Scottish Gaelic: Siorrachd Chromba) is a historic county in the Highlands of Scotland, comprising the medieval "old shire" around the county town of Cromarty and 22 enclaves and exclaves transferred from Ross-shire in the late 17th century.
The largest part, six times the size of the old shire, is Coigach, northwest fromCromartyshire was merged with Ross-shire Country: Scotland.
CROMARTY, a police burgh and seaport of the county of Ross and Cromarty, Scotland. Pop. () It is situated on the southern shore of the mouth of Cromarty Firth, 5 m. by S. of Invergordon on the opposite coast, with which there is daily communication by steamer, and 9 m.
N.E. of Fortrose, the most convenient railway station. % APR Representative Our Lending Partners Representative Example: if you borrow £ over 18 months at a flat rate of % per annum (fixed) with a representative % APR you will make 17 monthly payments of £ and 1 payment of £, repaying £2, in total.
However, our lending partners only charge interest monthly and do not penalise you for early settlement. Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty (or Urchard, –c.
) was a Scottish writer and translator, most famous for his translation of Rabelais. Life Urquhart was born to an old landholding family in Cromarty in northern Scotland.
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Marshall, Girsel b. Cromarty, Cromartyshire, Scotland Scotland: Our Family History. Cromarty, Cromartyshire, Scotland: Children: 1. Urquhart, spelling of the family name is believed to be that of Godfridus Marescal.
This was datedin the famous Domesday Book for the county of Wiltshire. Godfridus was a Frenchman, who was. Ordnance Survey Six-inch To The Mile, Ross-shire & Cromartyshire (mainland), Sheet Xxvii Ordnance Survey Six-inch To The Mile, Ross-shire (island Of Lewis), Sheet 27 Accessibility.
Scotland, United Kingdom small burgh (town) and seaport, Highland council area, historic county of Cromartyshire, historic region of Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, on a landlocked harbour.
During the 17th century Cromarty became the chief burgh.Cromarty, small burgh (town) and seaport, Highland council area, historic county of Cromartyshire, historic region of Ross and Cromarty, Scotland, on a landlocked the 17th century Cromarty became the chief burgh of the patchwork county of Cromartyshire, comprising the amalgamated estates of the earls of Cromarty, which included enclaves surrounded by Ross-shire on .Get this from a library!
This noble harbour: a history of the Cromarty Firth. [Marinell Ash; James Macaulay; Margaret A Mackay] -- Contains a history of Cromarty Firth, the town of Cromarty .