Turriff

Original name in latin Turriff
Name in other language
State code GB
Continent/City Europe/London
longitude 57.5384
latitude -2.45932
altitude 55
Population 4711
Date 2011-03-03

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Turriff —    TURRIFF, a burgh of barony, a parish, and the seat of a presbytery, in the district of Turriff, county of Aberdeen; containing 3146 inhabitants, of whom 1309 are in the burgh, 11 miles (S. by E.) from Banff, and 34 (N. N. W.) from Aberdeen.… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Turriff — Infobox UK place official name= Turriff scots name= Turra gaelic name= Torraibh country= Scotland area footnotes= area total sq mi= area total km2 = population= 4,454 [United Kingdom Census 2001] population density= os grid reference= NJ725505… …   Wikipedia

  • Turriff Cottage Hospital — previously known as Turriff Joint Hospital was founded in 1896.It is a small, 19 bed hospital in Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, attached to the local Health Centre.There are X Ray facilities and a Casualty Department …   Wikipedia

  • Turriff railway station — Infobox UK disused station name = Turriff original = Banff, Macduff and Turriff Junction Railway / Banff, Macduff and Turriff Extension Railway pregroup = Great North of Scotland Railway locale = Turriff borough = Aberdeenshire latitude =… …   Wikipedia

  • Alison turriff — Infobox musical artist | | Name = Alison Turriff | Img capt = Background = clarinettist Origin = flagicon|SCO Lanark, Scotland Born = birth date and age|1984|8|10 Died = Genre = Classical, Contemporary Occupation = Musician, Soloist, Music… …   Wikipedia

  • John Gillanders Turriff — (14 December 1855 ndash; 10 November 1930) was a Canadian parliamentarian. Born in Petit Métis, Canada East, Turriff as a young man settled in Western Canada, first in Manitoba, where he established himself as a farmer, and subsequently in that… …   Wikipedia

  • List of state schools in Scotland/Council Areas A-D (excluding cities) — The following is a partial list of currently operating state schools in the unitary council areas of Aberdeenshire, Angus, Argyll and Bute, Clackmannanshire and Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland, United Kingdom. You may also find of use to find a …   Wikipedia

  • Turra' Coo — The legend of the Turra Coo (The Turiff Cow) is a story about a white cow who was resident in the small north Aberdeenshire town of Turriff in the early twentieth century which was involved in legal disputes over taxes and health insurance.Under… …   Wikipedia

  • Monquhitter —    MONQUHITTER, a parish, in the district of Turriff, county of Aberdeen, 6 miles (E.) from Turriff; containing, with the villages of Cuminestown and Garmond, 2074 inhabitants. The farm on which the church was originally built was termed… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Aberdeenshire (historic) — County of Aberdeen Aberdeenshire within Scotland in 1890 Geography Status County (until 1975) …   Wikipedia

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