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Topic: District of Kyle, Ayrshire


  
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The district of Kilmarnock and Loudoun, the district of Cumnock and Doon Valley, the district of Cunninghame and the district of Kyle and Carrick
The district of Eastwood, the district of Renfrew and the district of Inverclyde
The district of Ross and Cromarty and the district of Skye and Lochalsh
www.gwydir.demon.co.uk /uklocalgov/counswni.htm   (629 words)

  
 Kyle District
Kyle District of Ayrshire Scouts has now merged with Carrick District to form a new District called Kyle and Carrick.
The winners were the 18th Ayrshire (Ayr) and 2nd the 69th Ayrshire (Tarbolton).
The winners of this years event were the 100th Ayrshire (Alloway) 'A' team pictured here with Graeme Calderwood (Deputy District Commissioner, Kyle District) presenting the Trophy and the two judges, Robert Young and Jim Watson, from Ayr College Hospitality Department, in the background.
www.mcintyre.demon.co.uk /kyle.htm   (1227 words)

  
  The Lord-Lieutenants (Scotland) Order 1996
The district of Kilmarnock and Loudoun, the district of Cumnock and Doon Valley, the district of Cunninghame and the district of Kyle and Carrick
The district of Dumbarton, the district of Clydebank, the district of Bearsden and Milngavie, the district of Strathkelvin, the district of Cumbernauld and Kilsyth and the South Lenzie/Waterside district ward in electoral division 46 (Chryston) of Strathclyde region
The district of Eastwood, the district of Renfrew and the district of Inverclyde
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si1996/Uksi_19960731_en_2.htm   (201 words)

  
 Ayrshire
In a general sense, the whole district of Ayrshire is shut out, on its eastern boundary, from the adjacent counties, by high ridge land; and, with little variation, the surface inclines either to the sea, or to the rivers which flow in that direction.
Ayrshire was the scene of perpetual turmoil during the wars of Bruce and Edward.
Ayrshire posses inexhaustible coal-fields, freestone quarries, and ironstone mines, with several rich ores, particularly those of lead and copper; marble, gypsum and marl have been found, and many petrefactions exist in various parts of the county.
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 District Of Kyle, Ayrshire
To the north of the River Ayr was "Kyle Stewart," lands held by the Fitzalan's since the 11th century (the future Stewart Kings of Scotland).
To the south was "Kyle Regis" or King's Kyle, lands historically retained by the monarch under royal authority from the royal castle at Ayr (On May 16, 1975 Ayr County Council officially disbanded these old districts and burghs).
Kyle and Carrick was the former name (1975-96) of a local government district in the Strathclyde region of Scotland.
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/District_of_Kyle,_Ayrshire   (270 words)

  
 Andrew Kyle & Martha Mcfarland Descendents   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The KYLE clan originally took their surname, before the alphabet had a “K” or “Y” from where they lived in southwestern Scotland in Auchlinleck Parish, KYLE District in Ayshire, near Muirkirk by the river Ayr.
The local farmland was called KYLE, but the property was owned by Marquis of Bute, with most memory of the locals of the earlier owners lost by 1863.  Ayr and Coylton and Old Cumnack parish, in the District of Kyle of Ayrshire County is located in southwest part of Scotland.
Boarders of ScotlandKYLE'S supported William Wallace and when the Convenanters defied the king in 1638 many KYLE'S were numbered in that group.  The Kyle's survived the uprising of the Irish on October 21, 1641 and are mentioned at the historic Synod in Kilkenny in May of 1642 which created the Parliament.
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 Kyle Family Society
And fringed with the fret of the shore!
To the north of the River Ayr was "Kyle Stewart," lands held by the Fitzalan's since the 11th century (the future Stewart Kings of Scotland).
To the south was Kyle Regis or King's Kyle, lands historically retained by the monarch under royal authority from the royal castle at Ayr (On May 16, 1975 Ayr County Council officially disbanded these old districts and burghs).
www.kylesociety.org /Kyle_NameHistory.htm   (4998 words)

  
 Spotlight on South Ayrshire Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is nearly ten years since South Ayrshire Council was established, and I am delighted that the Carrick Gazette has given me space to reflect on some of the activity that the Council has been involved in over these years for the benefit of the town of Maybole.
South Ayrshire Council has chosen what is termed a ‘3 bin system’ for household waste, and offers a service to householders to enable them to have used glass, which they place in a fl box, uplifted from the kerbside of their home which is then taken for recycling.
From South Ayrshire Council’s point of view the importance of having work carried out on the A77 both in terms of road safety and in support of tourism, business development, and links with Northern and Southern Ireland cannot be overstressed.
www.maybole.org /community/government/south_ayrshire_council.htm   (2987 words)

  
 Volunteer Centre South Ayrshire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
South Ayrshire is the 17th largest council area in Scotland with an estimated population of 114,268, or 2.2%, of the total Scottish population.
The local health trust is NHS Ayrshire and Arran which comprises of the old Ayrshire and Arran Primary Care NHS Trust and Ayrshire and Arran Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, Ayr and Alloway (a district of Ayr) are all promoted to tourists through their links with the Scottish poet Robert Burns.
www.volunteersouthayrshire.org.uk /community.shtml   (491 words)

  
 Kyle, Ayrshire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kyle (or Coila, poetically) is a former comital district of Scotland which today forms part of East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire.
The area is bordered by the districts of Cunninghame and Clydesdale to the north and east respectively, by the county of Carrick to the south over the River Kyle and by the Firth of Clyde to the west.
The district was one of three districts in the sheriffdom of Ayr, which was naturally divided by its rivers into the three districts of Cunninghame in the north along the River Irvine, in the centre by the River Kyle and Kyle in the south along the River Doon by the Carrick.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kyle,_Ayrshire   (412 words)

  
 Muirkirk Toll
The burn referred to is the Whitehaugh, crossed by the road near to the farmhouse of Garpel, and not the Garpel Burn on the line of another prospective road, that from Muirkirk to Sanquhar.
Keith Stewart of Glassertoun against the removing of the bar from Muirkirk to Wellwood dykes was laid before the general meeting of Ayrshire road trustees in Ayr on 1st June 1789, presided over by the Earl of Dumfries.
This was particularly so in the Kyle district of Ayrshire, which lacked a single, dominant landowner deferred to by the rest, such as the Earl of Cassillis in Carrick or, to a lesser extent, the Earl of Eglinton in Cunninghame.
www.ayrshirehistory.org.uk /MuirkirkToll/muirkirk_toll.htm   (2775 words)

  
 Report on South Ayrshire Council by the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland
South Ayrshire Council was asked to make available for inspection at its offices copies of the electoral ward boundary descriptions, electoral statistics and illustrative maps.
When Councils use existing polling districts as basic building blocks to develop a draft scheme, it was not unusual for small numbers of parliamentary electors to be included in the base year counts.
The designation of the electoral wards that we recommend for South Ayrshire Council, together with information which we have received from the Council as to the 1996 electorate and forecast 2001 electorate of the proposed wards, are set out at Appendix B to this report.
www.lgbc-scotland.gov.uk /reports/southayrshire.htm   (4964 words)

  
 Notes on the Way Through Ayrshire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
CARRICK, the ancient southern division of Ayrshire, gave the title of Earl to Robert Bruce of Turnberry Castle, in this district, who became King of Scotland; and the present Earl of Carrick is his descendant, the Prince of Wales.
A mile south, along the pleasant shore from the foot of Glen App, is the foot of Galloway Burn, the southern extremity of the parish and of Ayrshire.
The surface of the parish is an assemblage of high, benty hills, with numerous small burn glens running outward all round, a fine arable slope descending to the Stinchar in the north.
www.maybole.org /history/books/notes/throughayrshire.htm   (4674 words)

  
 South Ayrshire Council - The County Buildings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It combines the Coat of Arms of the Royal Burgh of Ayr (the three-towered royal castle of Ayr) and the three ancient districts of Ayrshire - Carrick (the red chevron on a silver field), Cunningham (the fl shakefork) and Kyle (the blue and white chequred band).
South Ayshire Council was granted a Coat of Arms in 1996 comprising of the shield of the former Kyle and Carrick District Council (1975 - 1996) which shows the chequered band of Kyle and the red chevron of Carrick now with a coronet to represent a unitary authority.
As headquarters, they are the workplace for South Ayrshire's Councillors and staff - and the focus of local government and civic activity for South Ayrshire.
www.south-ayrshire.gov.uk /community/County_Buildings.htm   (1006 words)

  
 Kyle Surname Origin & Meaning with Genealogy Resources at Ancestor Search.
View a map of the distribution of Kyle families in the UK.
Search Hint: If you have searched for Kyle geneology, Kyle geneaology, or any of the other common misspellings such as geanealogy, genelogy, geaneolgy, geniology, genology, genalogy, geniology, you have probably mistyped the word genealogy.
Be sure to search for Kyle ancestor instead of ansestor or ancester; ancestry instead of ancestory and ancestery.
www.searchforancestors.com /surnames/origin/k/kyle.php   (649 words)

  
 Kyle and Carrick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kyle and Carrick (A' Chùil agus a' Charraig in Scottish Gaelic) was a local government district in the Strathclyde region of Scotland from 1975 to 1996.
In 1996 it was constituted as a unitary council area and renamed as South Ayrshire.
This South Ayrshire location article is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kyle_and_Carrick   (102 words)

  
 kyle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Above picture taken by "cousin" John Kyle, in 1999 is of the Kyle castle.
Research done on the castle in 1863 noted the local farmland was called KYLE, but the property was owned by Marquis of Bute, with most memory by the locals of the earlier owners lost.
Ayr, Coylton and Old Cumnack Parish, District of Kyle and Ayrshire County is located in southwest Scotland.
home.flash.net /~kyle/kyle.html   (341 words)

  
 Ayrshire on the Net
Ayrshire sits on the Clyde Coast in south-west Scotland.
BDM of Hood, Connel & Dick surnames in Kilmarnock, Maybole & Tarbolton Ayrshire.
Loudoun Kirk lies nearly a mile to the west of Loudoun Castle, near the town of Galston in Ayrshire, and is the burial place of the Earls of Loudoun.
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 Press Release - Latest staff appointment at Frazer Coogans Solicitors of Ayrshire, Scotland
Frazer Coogans Solicitors of Ayrshire, Scotland are pleased to announce the appointment of Ian Morman (43) to join their legal team.
Ayrshire solicitors Frazer Coogans have expanded rapidly from small beginnings in the 1980s to offer a friendly and personal service to all clients from their modern premises in Ayr town centre.
This Ayrshire firm of solicitors has also established a significant presence in Scotland's property conveyancing market, advising clients on all aspects of buying, selling and leasing premises both domestic and commercial, and handling property conveyancing for diverse clients across Scotland.
www.24-7pressrelease.com /view_press_release.php?rssID=13336   (720 words)

  
 The Lordship & Barony of Kilmarnock - Tartan
Ayrshire tartan is intended for all those with connections in the districts of Kyle, Cunningham and Inverclyde.
Although several clans are associated with the Ayrshire province we have association only with clan Boyd.
Although he is not an artist, he was inspired to compose this watercolour in celebration of 'the hues and sheens' of these tartans.
freespace.virgin.net /kilmarnock.org.uk/tartan.html   (955 words)

  
 GENUKI: Ayrshire
The three Ayrshire District Councils have assumed responsibility for the county archives that had been managed under the former Strathclyde Region.
In amplification to the historical description of the county at the head of the page, it should be noted that for local administrative purposes, Ayrshire was divided into the North Ayrshire, East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire Districts, each with its own unitary council.
The occupations of Ayrshire people were and still remain associated with three traditional occupational areas: farming and its by-products, milk, meat and wool; maritime business both fishing and commercial trading; the mining of coal and iron.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/sct/AYR   (1557 words)

  
 JAMES HILLHOUSE v. SOUTH AYRSHIRE COUNCIL, 29 September 2000, Lord Philip
On 11 October 1994, he was seen by Mr John Singleton, the personnel officer of Kyle and Carrick District Council, in order to discuss his poor attendance record in the preceding year.
In the light of that report the defenders were in my view entitled to treat the pursuer as fully fit for all his duties, including the manhandling of tables.
At an interview with Mr David Miller, the Sports Facilities Officer of South Ayrshire Council he said that he was in perfect health and had no disabilities that would stop him using gymnasium equipment, carrying out exercises or lifting weights.
www.scotcourts.gov.uk /opinions/O1731_5_98.html   (4433 words)

  
 Fairlie, Ayrshire.
The undernoted is extracted from: - 'Topographical description of Ayrshire, more particularly of Cunninghame together with a genealogical account of the principal families in that Bailiwick'.
Expressed in the ancient language of the district, Cuinneag'am, quasi Cunigham, the very mode of spelling used 200 years ago (17th century) by the families of Cunigham of Caprington, and Cunigham or Cunighamhead.
The little village of Fairlie in Ayrshire on the West Coast of Scotland had become a household name internationally through the efforts and genius of three generations of the Fife family.
www.fairlieburne.co.uk /fairlie.html   (3157 words)

  
 Kyle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kyle, Ayrshire, a district of the county of Ayrshire, Scotland;
Kyle, Ross-shire, a village in the county of Ross-shire in Scotland, United Kingdom;
Kyle, Ireland, a townsland in County Laois, Ireland;
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kyle   (290 words)

  
 arthritis pain relief - District of Cunninghame, Ayrshire
The original county of Ayrshire was divided naturally by its rivers.
It was therefore divided into the three districts of Cunninghame in the north along the River Irvine, Carrick in the south along the River Doon and in the center by the Kyle on the River Kyle.
These three districts formed Ayrshire, one of the traditional counties of Scotland.
www.painreliefchat.com /arthritis-pain-relief/Cunninghame   (117 words)

  
 Overview of Kyle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One of three ancient districts or 'regalities' of the old county of Ayrshire, Kyle is the middle of the three, between Cunninghame to the north and Carrick to the south.
Although still used locally, it was formally resurrected as the Kyle and Carrick District of Strathclyde Region between 1975 and 1996.
Kyle Castle lies 5 miles (8 km) east of Cumnock.
www.geo.ed.ac.uk /scotgaz/features/featurefirst7434.html   (143 words)

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