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Boundary Changes 1889-92 : Kincardine

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11.—COUNTY OF KINCARDINE.

I.—COUNTY BOUNDARIES.

There were four parishes situated partly in the county of Kincar
dine and partly in other counties, viz., Banchory-Devenick, Banchory-
Ternan, Drumoak, and Edzell.

(See also First Appendix, City of
 Aberdeen and Peterculter.)

The county boundaries have been dealt with as follows :—

A. With the County of Aberdeen.

1.—Banchory-Devenick.

The parish
 of Banchory-Devenick was situated partly in Aberdeen and partly in the county of Kincardine.

No change was in this case been made on the county boundary
 (the River Dee), but the Aberdeenshire part of the parish has been
 transferred to the Aberdeenshire parish of Peterculter by the Order
 printed at p. 29.

For details see County of Aberdeen, Banchory-Devenick, &c., supra, p. 174.

2.—Banchory-Ternan.

The parish of Benchory-Ternan was situated partly in the county
 of Aberdeen and partly in the county of Kincardine. By the Order
 printed at p. 29 the parish has been placed wholly in the latter county.


The following area of Banchory-Ternan been transferred
 to the county of Kincardine :—

The parish has been placed wholly in the latter county,
subjects have thus (while remaining in the parish) been
 transferred from the county of Aberdeen to the county of Kincardine :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Leys—Woodend, Croft, house and land, Sir Robert Burnett, Bart.,
 of Leys and Crathie.
Hill of Fare, Houses and moor (part), Do.

(Sheets 66 and 76 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)

3.—Drumoak.

The parish of Drumoak was situated partly in the county of Aberdeen and partly in the county of Kincardine. It has been placed
 wholly in the county of Aberdeen by the Order printed at p. 30. For details see County of Aberdeen, Drumoak, supra, p. 172.

B. With the County of Forfar.

1.—Edzell.

The parish of Edzell was situated partly in the county of XX and partly in the county of Kincardine. No change has been made in the county boundary, but the Kincardineshire part of the parish has 
been transferred to the parish of Fettercairn by the Order printed at
 p. 36.

For details see Edzell, &c., infra.

II.—PARISH BOUNDARIES.

1.—Banchory-Devenick.

The parish of Banchory-Devenick, which is situated partly in the
 county of Aberdeen and partly in the county of Kincardine, has been
 altered in area through the transference of the Aberdeenshire out of
 the parish to the parish of Inverculter by the Order printed at p. 29.
 The parish of Banchory-Devenick now consists only of the Kincardineshire part of the old parish.

For details see County of Aberdeen, Banchory-Devenick, &c., supra, p. 174.

2.—Edzell and Fettercairn.

The parish of Edzell was situated partly in the county of Forfar 
and partly in the county of Kincardine. By the Order printed at p.
36 the county boundary is left unaltered, but the Kincardineshire
 part of Edzell has been transferred to the Kincardineshire parish of 
Fettercairn.

The following subjects (while remaining in the county of Kincardine) have thus been transferred from the parish of Edzell to the 
parish of Fettercairn :—

Place Description Proprietor
Estate of Balfour—Balfour, Moor and hill pasture, Sir John R. Gladstone, Bart., of Fasque.
Mains of Balfour, Farm, Do.
Mid Mains of Balfour, Land, Do.
Bonharry, Farm, croft, and houses, Do.
Woodburn, Bonharry, House and garden, Do.
Flatnadreich, Farm, Do.
Hallhill, Do. Do.
Kirkton, Do. Do.

(Sheet 66 of the Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland, one-inch scale.)