Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 286 right column

Click on the image for a larger version suitable for printing.


Fiilyford Bridge, across river Wye, near Rowsley,
N. Derbyshire.

Filmer Hill, seat, 9 miles SAY. of Alton, N. Hants.

Filton, par. and ry. sta., N. Gloucestershire, 5 miles
N. of Bristol, 1040 ac., pop. 296 ; P.O., called Fylton.

Fimber, township and hamlet (ry. sta. Sledmere and
Fimber), AVetwang par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 9 m.
NW. of Driffield, 1924 ac., pop. 184 ; 1 mile S. of sta. is
Fimber Field House, seat, and 1¼ mile NE. is Fimber
Nab llonsc, seat.

Fin . See also Finn .

Fin Glen.—on S. side of Loch Earn, Perthshire, 2
miles W. of St Fillans.—2. Fin Glen, in NW. of
Campsie par., Stirlingshire,

Finart.—stream, Argyllshire ; flows 4¼ miles SE.
through Glen Finart to Loch Long near Ardentinny.—
2. Finart, seat, Dumbartonshire. See

Finavarra, vil. and seat, near Burren, N. co. Clare.
Finavarra Head is in Ballyvaghan Bay.

Finavon, Forfar. See Finhaven.

Finborough, Great, par., AY. Suffolk, on river
Orwell, 3 miles SAY. of Stowmarket, 1631 ac., pop. 413 ;
P.O. ; contains Finborough Hall.

Finborough, Little, par., W. Suffolk, 3¼ miles SAAL
of Stowmarket, 367 a#., pop. 66.

Fincastle, NE. section of Dull par., Perthshire, be-
tween the Garry and the Tummel; P.O., 6 miles NW.
of Pitlochry; is traversed by Fincastle Burn, flowing
SE. through Strath Fincastle (or Fincastle Glen) to the
Tummel; gives the title of viscount to the Earl of
Dunmore ; on left bank of Fincastle Burn is F. Honse.

Finchale Abbey, ruin, on river AVear, in co. and 3¼
miles NE. of Durham.

Fincham, par. and vil., W. Norfolk, 5 miles NE. of
Downham Market, 2968 ac., pop. 787; P.O.

Finchampstead, par., Berks, 3¼ miles SAY. of
AYokingham, 3943 ac., pop. 665 ; P.O.

Fincharn Castle, ruined stronghold of the Macdon-
alds, at S. end of Loch Awe, Argyll; Fincharn, Biver,
issues from Loch Fincharn, and flows NW. to Loch Awe.

F'inchcox, seat, on SW. border of Kent, near

Finchdean, hundred, N. Hants, 20,750 ac., pop.
5956; contains 8 pars.

Finchficld, school, Wolverhampton dist., AY. Staf-

Fincliingfield, par. and vil., E. Essex, 8 miles NW.
of Braintree, 8461 ac., pop. 1807; P.O., T.O.

Finchley, par. and local government dist. with ry.
sta. (on Great Northern Ry.), Middlesex, 7¼ miles
NW. of King’s Cross sta., London, 3384 ac., pop.

Finchley Road, ry. sta. (on Midland Ry.), in NAY.
of London.

Finchley Road and Frognal, ry. sta. (on London
and North-AYestern Ry.), in NW. of London.

Finderley, seat, 2 miles AY. of Milnathort, Kinross.

Finden Hill, vil., in co. and 4 m. NAY. of Durham.

Findern, township and vil., Mickleover par., in co.
and 5 miles SAY. of Derby, pop. 405.

Findhorn (or Invererne), vil. with harb., Kinloss
par., Elginshire, on Findhorn Bay at mouth of river
miles NW. of Kinloss sta. and 12 miles
NW. of Elgin, pop. 605; P.O.; is the centre of the fishery
dist. extending from Buckie to Cromarty, and has some
shipping trade. The vil. has been twice destroyed by
the shifting of the Culbin Sands.

Findhorn, Biver, Inverness, Nairn, and Elgin;
rises among the Monadhliath Mountains, and flows
NE. through Strath Dearn to the Moray Firth; is 62
miles long, has salmon and trout, and is famed for its
varied and picturesque scenery.

Findlater Castle, on rock on coast of Banffshire, 1%
mile E. of Cullen, ruined stronghold (fortified 1445) of
the Ogilvies of Deskford, earls of Findlater (1638-1811).

Findlay’s Seat, hill, in co. and 6¼ miles SE. of
Elgin, alt. 861 ft.

F’indochty, fishing vil. with ry. sta., Rathven par.,
Banffshire, 3¼ miles NE. of Buckie, pop. 936 ; P.O.

Findo-Gask, par. and hamlet (ry. sta. Balgowan),
Perthshire—par., 5185 ac., pop. 364; hamlet, 2 miles

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1887. Public domain image from

Click on the image to get a large bitmap suitable for printing (45 MB)

Page 286 left column ... Page 287 left column

This page is written in HTML using a program written in Python 3.2, and image-to-HTML-text by ABBYY FineReader 11 Professional Edition.