Reference Material

Reference Material on the Cabrach

  • Google Earth

    • Google Earth - Satellite imagery of the whole world. This is a *very rough* polygon shape which can be loaded into the Google Earth application to show the boundaries of the Cabrach - cabrach.kml - now also has placemarks for all the photos in the gallery and a rough polygon showing the boundaries of the Dorenell Wind Farm.
  • Bing.com

  • Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Statistical, Biographical and Historical

  • Statistics.Gov.Scot

  • University of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow

  • National Libraries Of Scotland

    • Blaeu Atlas of Scotland, 1662
    • Text
    • Blaeu Atlas of Scotland, 1654
    • Map Image - Shows Cabrach K (Kirk), Geach (Gauch), Haddo (Haddoch), Achmair, Skenvil (Shenval), Arduil (Ardwell), Belrach (Dalriach), Leſmurdie (Lesmurdie), Hillok (Hillock), Soccoch (Succoth)
    • Map Image - Shows Cabrach K (Kirk), Miltoun (Milltown), Bank, Leſmurdie (Lesmurdie), Hillok (Hillock), Saccoh (Succoth)
    • Map Image - Shows Cabrach, Soccoch (Succoth)
  • National Records Of Scotland

    • Homepage
    • Public Catalogue
    • Many maps / plans / papers / rent rolls of the Cabrach and Glenfiddich areas
      • GD26/9/133 - List of fencible men of Achindoun [Auchindoune], Cabrath [Cabrach], Glenrines [Glenrinnes] and Glenlivet.
      • RHP1768 - Plan of the lordships of Strathavon and Glenlivet with the lands of Glenrinnes
  • Scotlands People

    • Homepage
    • Online viewing of historic parish/civil records (paid for) as well as maps (free)
      • RHP1767 - Plan of the lordships of Strathavon, Glenlivet and Auchindown with the lands of Glenrinnes and the forests of Glenavon, Blackwater and Glenfiddich [post 1836]
  • Historic Environment Scotland

  • Records of the The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707

  • British History Online

    • A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland - Cabrach
  • Moray Council - Sites And Monuments Record

  • Charting The Nation

  • David Rumsey Map Collection

  • Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

  • Scottish Environment Protection Agency

  • British Geological Survey

  • Project Gutenberg

    • Online Book Catalog - E-Text No. 200 is the Gutenberg Encyclopedia, a public domain version of a famous 1911 encyclopedia. The first volume has a detailed entry for Aberdeenshire.
  • Ordnance Survery

  • Historic Maps

    • Note - for the Old Maps website, the Upper Cabrach is in Aberdeenshire (mapped 1869), while the Lower is in Banffshire (mapped 1872)
    • Old Maps
  • Subterranea Britannica

  • Wikipedia

  • Vision of Britain

  • Scotlands Places