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Fordyce in Aberdeenshire

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Fordyce, Aberdeenshire. Most pleasingly situated on the side roads to the South of the main road from Portsoy to Cullen, Fordyce was a burgh of barony under the Earl of Seafield, and received its first charter in 1499, another in 1592. The village has gathered itself round a castle built in 1592, with later additions with fine corbelling and dormer windows. Fordyce Academy was a well-known secondary school with a boarding house, founded by a bequest left by an Indian magnate. It is now a primary school.

About 1½ miles. North West stands the mansion house of Birkenbog, with a fine walled garden. It was the birthplace of Thomas Nicholson (1645 1718), the first Catholic Vicar-Apostolic of Scotland, after the Reformation and before the l9th century restoration of Scottish sees.

Nearby towns: Banff, Buckie, Keith, Portsoy

Nearby villages: Aberchirder, Arradoul, Boyndie, Broadley, Buchan, Clochan, Clunie, Cornhill, Cullen, Deskford, Drybridge, Dunlugas, Findochty, Gordonstown, Ianstown, Keithan, Kirktown of Alvah, Macduff, Marnoch, Mountblairy, Newmill, Portgordon, Portknockie, Rathven, Rothiemay, Sandend, Whitehills

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