Inverkeithny


Inverkeithny

Inverkeithny is a civil parish in the western part of the Scottish county of Aberdeen. The village lies where the Burn of Forgue crosses the River Deveron, 7 miles west of Turriff and 3 miles south-east of Aberchirder.


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