Aboyne
Original name in latin Aboyne
Name in other language Aboine, Aboyne
State code GB
Continent/City Europe/London
longitude 57.07546
latitude -2.78023
altitude 128
Population 2236
Date 2010-08-09

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Aboyne — infobox UK place country = Scotland official name= Aboyne scots name= Obyn gaelic name= Abèidh population= 2,202 [cite web|publisher=Scotland s Census Results Online|title =Comparative Population Profile: Aboyne Locality |… …   Wikipedia

  • Aboyne and Glentanner —    ABOYNE and GLENTANNER, a parish, in the district of Kincardine O Neil; county of Aberdeen, 5 miles (W. by S.) from Kincardine O Neil; containing, with the burgh of barony of Charlestown, 1138 inhabitants. The Gaelic words, A, signifying a ford …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Aboyne Castle — is a historic castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland at the northern edge of the town of Aboyne (Grid Reference NO5299). [United Kingdom Ordnance Survey Map, 1:50,000 Series] There is a large extent of planted policies on both sides of the Dee River,… …   Wikipedia

  • Aboyne dress — The Aboyne dress is the name given to the prescribed attire for females in the Scottish national dances, such as the Flora MacDonald the Highland lilt, and others. There are actually two versions of the Aboyne dress in use.Aboyne dress from… …   Wikipedia

  • Aboyne railway station — Infobox UK disused station name = Aboyne caption = locale = Scotland borough = Aberdeenshire line = Great North of Scotland Railway owner = London and North Eastern Railway platforms = ? latitude = longitude = gridref = years = 2 December 1859… …   Wikipedia

  • Aboyne dress — noun The dance costume prescribed for females performing the Scottish National dances in competitions at Highland games gatherings. Named for the Aboyne Highland Gathering whose organizing committee designed it …   Wiktionary

  • Earl of Aboyne — is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created on 10 September 1660 for Lord Charles Gordon, fourth son of George Gordon, 2nd Marquess of Huntly (see the Marquess of Huntly for earlier history of the family). He was made Lord Gordon of… …   Wikipedia

  • Viscount Aboyne — was a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created on 20 April 1632 for George Gordon, Earl of Enzie, eldest son of George Gordon, 1st Marquess of Huntly, with remainder that the title should pass to his second son the Hon. James Gordon on… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Gordon, 2nd Earl of Aboyne — (c1670 April 1702). The eldest son of Charles Gordon, 1st Earl of Aboyne and Elizabeth Lyon, he succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Aboyne in March 1681. On his death in 1702 he was succeeded in his titles by his son. Family He married Elizabeth… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Gordon, 1st Earl of Aboyne — (c1638 March 1681). The fourth son of George Gordon, 2nd Marquess of Huntly and Lady Anne Campbell, he was created 1st Earl of Aboyne and 1st Lord Gordon of Strathaven and Glenlivet by Letters Patent on 10 September 1660. On his death in 1681 he… …   Wikipedia

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