infobox UK place
country = Scotland
official_name= Jemimaville
os_grid_reference= NH719652
unitary_scotland= Highland
postcode_district = IV7 8
postcode_area= IV

Jemimaville is a small village in the Highland region of Scotland. It sits on the northern coast of the Black Isle, overlooking the Cromarty Firth. The village is 7 km west of Cromarty and 3 km south of Invergordon on the opposite shore of the firth. It has approximately 23 houses and around 100 inhabitants, and a small Post Office which is open Tuesdays and Thursdays. It takes its name from the wife of a former laird. Jemimaville was also the home of writer Jane Duncan in her later years, being near "The Colony" which is the "Reachfar" of her novels.

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