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  1. Select a county from either of the lists below, or see the1890-1975 county map of Scotland. If you don't know which county a parish or town lies in, try an online gazetteer covering the whole of the UK. To find which GENUKI pages cover more modern administrative areas and the "Counties of Cities" see Historical Geography on the Scotland page.

  2. The map depicts a large number of exclaves physically detached from the county that they were politically deemed to be part of. Cromartyshire's borders, a particularly fragmentary example, were achieved as late as 1685, although at that time the word "county" was not applied to the sheriffdom.

  3. 03/08/2022 · Property for sale in Fife, Scotland from Savills, world leading estate agents. From country estates to city apartments, your ideal property is just a click away.

  4. Listed Buildings in Scotland at British Listed Buildings . ... Listed Buildings in Scotland By Administrative County. Aberdeen City ... Fife (6,229 buildings)

  5. Fife may have been named for William J. Fife, a prominent Tacoma lawyer, Yukon prospector, once head of the Washington National Guard, and a lieutenant colonel in the field during the Philippine Insurrection. There is also a historic county of Scotland and former Pictish kingdom called Fife, which could also be a source of the city's name.

  6. When the coal industry was nationalised in 1947, there were 225 collieries in Scotland; now there are none. The last six pits to close were Killoch (1989), Bilston Glen (1989), Barony (1989), Frances (1995), Monktonhall (1998) & Longannet (2002) Collieries after Nationalisation in 1947 Dates in brackets indicate the date...

  7. Fife Cottages. Bruckley House, St Andrews. Fife, KY16 9YF. Email: info@fifecottages.co.uk Tel: 01334 208330. Mobile: 07985 366103