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ABERFELDY, Perthshire

"ABERFELDY, Town at terminus of branch of Highland Railway, 322 miles north-west of Perth. It stands on Moness burn, adjacent to the Tay, amid a picturesque tract of the country; is famous for falls on Moness burn in a wooded dell, sung by Burns as the 'Birks o' Aberfeldy;' has good street arrangements, with recent extensions in questionable tastes; has much attraction for tourists and summer residents, and contains a head post office with all departments, 3 banking houses, 2 hotels, a public hall projected in 1880, an Established church, also projected in 1880, a large Free church, a large Congregational church, a small Baptist chapel, and a public school with about 240 scholars. Pop. 1260."

Wilson, Rev. John, The Gazetteer of Scotland,1882.

NB. Before 1855 Aberfeldy came under Dull or Logierait


Cemeteries
Census
Church Records
Societies


Cemeteries

Census

The GRO(S) Ref. No. is 324
Please consult the county page for general information.

NB. Aberfeldy was only enumerated seperately from 1861 onwards. For 1841 and 1851, see Dull or Logierait.

Church Records

Please consult the county page for general information.

Societies

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