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 Forfar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forfar is a town of approximately 13,500 people, located in the unitary authority of Angus in Scotland.
It is the district capital and administrative centre of Angus and was the county capital of the former counties of Angus and its predecessor, Forfarshire.
The town is also the market town for the farms of Strathmore in central Angus.
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 Statistical Accounts for the Parish of Forfar, Angus, Scotland.
In the earliest notices that exist relative to Forfar, its castle is described as a royal residence; and in the accounts of the Chamberlain of the Royal Household in the reign of Alexander III and of some preceding monarchs, a charge is entered for the King's gardeners at Forfar.
The population of the parish of Forfar in 1785, - 2,450 1790, - 4,756 1800, - 5,165 1811, - 5,562 1831, - 7,549 in 1841, Parliamentary burgh, - 7,969 Parish, exclusive of - 1,618 - - - 9,587
A district as a quoad sacra parish was allocated to it by the Presbytery of Forfar.
www.monikie.org.uk /statisticalaccounts-forfar.htm   (10876 words)

  
 Descendants of Walter de LINDISSI Sir
Isobell LINDSAY was born in Cairn, Oathlaw, Scot and was christened 8 Jul 1682 in Forfar, Angus, Scot.
Cecil LINDSAY (twin) was born in Cairn, Oathlaw, Angus, Scot and was christened 12 Nov 1687 in Forfar, Angus, Scot.
Margaret LINDSAY was born in Cairn, Oathlaw, Angus, Scotland and was christened 3 Jul 1694 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.
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 Forfar, Angus, Scotland, - A History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
During their time in Forfar (11th century) it is said he built a manor house for his queen and had the gardens around the manor laid out for her pleasure.
Forfar had lost most of its importance by the end of the 14th century, the last parliament being held here in 1372.
These consist of a castle - Forfar Castle - a stag and a bull (possibly to represent the tanners and soutars), a tree representing the Forest of Platane, a Saltire, and a lion, the symbol of the early Earls of Angus.
www.forfarangus.freeserve.co.uk /forfar.htm   (2569 words)

  
 Angus Council | Local History | Historic Buildings | Forfar Market Cross
He miscarved some of the heraldic devices which ran around the top of the tower and was compelled by the Town Council to correct his mistakes.
He carved Forfar’s badge of a castle and the thistle for Charles II on the upper part of the Cross.
The Hill was the old motte of Forfar’s medieval royal castle which was destroyed by Robert Bruce.
www.angus.gov.uk /history/features/buildings/frfrcrss.htm   (296 words)

  
 Overview of Forfar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The administrative centre of Angus, a royal burgh situated in the heart of the valley of Strathmore 14 miles (22.5 km) north of Dundee.
Forfar was granted the status of a royal burgh by King David I (1124-53), a charter reaffirmed by King Charles II in 1665.
Once noted for its gloves, shoes and clothing, Forfar was a centre for tanning and the manufacture of coarse linen and jute in the 19th century.
www.geo.ed.ac.uk:81 /scotgaz/towns/townfirst392.html   (279 words)

  
 forfar - mytown.ScottishSearch.com - Scotland's Towns On-line...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
One local meal you cannot leave the town without feasting on is the famous Forfar bridie, the local equivalent of the Cornish pasty, said to take its name from the late Mrs.
Forfar is a town of approximately 13,500 people, located in the district of Angus in Scotland It is the district capital and administrative centre of Angus and was the county capital of the former counties of Angus and its predecessor, Forfarshire.
Forfar has a loch to the east and west, one of which was home to Queen Margaret (wife of Malcolm Canmore) who had a castle built.
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 Angus Council | Local History | Home
Angus Archives will be moving to its new home at the Hunter Library, Restenneth by Forfar, in early September.
The Angus Archives collections cover over 800 years of history and include town council and county council records for the whole of Angus, and a vast collection of private papers, photographs and family history resources.
The Meffan in Forfar is running a display on Forfar Families, which features 3 prominent Forfar families: the Meffans, the Lowsons and the Andersons.
www.angus.gov.uk /history   (678 words)

  
 Angus GenWeb - Scotland
Angus is an area of 2,200 square kilometers.
The Angus Archives houses: royal charters, plans, school logs, letters, diaries, etc. Also found therein are records from the Angus Burghs (all seven), the Angus Council and various societies.
Kimbles of Ohio and Petrie of Angus SCT
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 Holiday cottages in Forfar, Angus
Burnside Mill is situated 2 miles from the market town of Forfar, home of the Forfar bridie.
Forfar golf course is just 1 mile away and the Murton nature reserve, where otters, ducks and wading birds may all been seen, is just across the road.
There are many local walks and the property is well positioned for visits to Glamis Castle, Arbroath, Brechin, Kirriemuir, the beach at Lunan Bay and the magnificent Angus glens.
www.cottageguide.co.uk /burnsidemill   (178 words)

  
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 Party at Station Park Forfar Angus, The Stars of the Official Blues Brothers Tribute Show, The Real Thing, Alpha ...
The concert is being staged by the Forfar Rotary in association with Thorntons Solicitors, Astute (Scotland) Ltd and Radio Tay who with their Roadshow outside broadcast van will be getting the party started from 6pm when the gates open.
At 7pm the Alpha Connection from Portsmouth who have wowed audiences in Forfar in past events open the show with their comprehensive and vast musical repertoire including timeless Big Band Classics, Rock and Roll, Soul, Blues, Latin, Salsa and chart hits from the 21st Century.
Forfar Rotary have arranged for ‘Ticketmaster’ to supply tickets although tickets can be bought locally from Strachans Jewellers, Forfar and Arbroath for cash customers and Bertrams Butchers, Kirriemuir.
www.partyatstationpark.co.uk   (453 words)

  
 Arndean Bed and Breakfast, Forfar, Glamis, Angus
Jean and Brian Ruffhead run a family Bed and Breakfast establishment in a very comfortable country bungalow situated in the fertile valley of Strathmore.
A picturesque row of 17th century cottages which houses one of the finest folk collections in the country and you can also wander round the historic village of Glamis.
During the winter months curling is available locally in Forfar and also in a selection of other places.
www.smoothhound.co.uk /hotels/arndean.html   (857 words)

  
 Forfar Angus Scotland Self Catering Cabins Lodgings Accommodations
Forfar Angus Scotland Self Catering Cabins Lodgings Accommodations
Forfar Restenneth Angus Scotland Self-Catering Cabins Lodgings Accommodations
Hunters self-catering holiday cabins are situated in the county of Angus on the East Coast of Scotland at Justinhaugh, by Forfar.
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 Forfar Angus Scotland
Great forests rose to the north and stretched far into the Angus glens.
All that remains today is what you can see between the Leisure Centre and the Kirrriemuir/Glamis bypass, but a keen eye can still pick out the banks of the loch in and around many spots throughout the town.
The 55ft high tower was completed in 1921 to the design of architect Thomas Souter as a war memorial to those who fell in the first World War, and is very similar to the Airlie Monument on Tulloch Hill at the foot of Glen Prosen.
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 RootsWeb: ANGUS-L [ANGUS] Forfar, Angus County 1881 Census Query - Dwelling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 Wemyss Farm, Forfar, Angus
Wemyss Farm is centrally situated and an ideal touring base both for exploring the coast and the Glens of Angus.
Trips to the Glens of Angus and beyond offer a variety of drives, from an hour long to all day outings, Aberdeen, Balmoral Castle, Pitlochry, St Andrews and Edinburgh are all favourites of our many touring guests.
Angus has lots to offer the tourist - fine castles and churches, Arbroath Abbey is only half an hour away.
www.smoothhound.co.uk /hotels/wemyssfarm.html   (684 words)

  
 Angus Council | For The Visitor | Forfar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The county town of Forfar (pop 13,500) lies at the heart of Angus and is the administrative centre of Angus Council.
Because of Forfar's fertile location, agriculture is an important factor in the local economy and farmers gather in the town on a weekly basis for the cattle mart.
To the north-east of Forfar, Aberlemno is an agricultural based community whose churchyard contains some of the finest Pictish sculptured stones in Angus.
ahead.angus.gov.uk /visitor/forfar.htm   (173 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Education | School meals 'must be made free'
Aberdeen Angus tortilla with Peter Pan salad (beef wrapped in a tortilla with rice and a crunchy salad)
The winner of the competition, Lynne Howe, who cooks at Tannadice primary school, in Forfar, Angus, said school meals were much better than had been depicted.
Her own winning meal had been created at a cost of 80p - and she said that similar efforts could be produced by other schools.
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 Angus Council - The Spirit of Scotland
A number of events were held in Angus last week to tackle the tragic toll of suicides in the county.
ANGUS Council is planning ahead and recruiting secondary school supply teachers now in readiness for the annual winter demand.
Agenda - Angus Council - 15 September 2005
www.angus.gov.uk   (313 words)

  
 Dining out in Forfar - Forfar attractions - TripAdvisor
TripAdvisor provides unbiased reviews of attractions, activities and things to do in Forfar, Angus.
Forfar forum - Learn about Forfar hotels and much more.
Angus: Montrose In Scotland (no replies, 4:09 pm, Mar 22, 2005)
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 Forfar, Angus companies - UK
Ramsay and Sons (Forfar) Ltd, Forfar, Angus, UK Aluminium fabricators, including ladders and safety steps.
Bam-Bams, Forfar, Angus, UK Bardon Aggregates, Forfar, Angus, UK Brannie Ties, Forfar, Angus, UK We design and supply corporate and club ties, scarves, polo shirts, badges, t shirts and many more promotional items and gifts.
Phormium Ltd, Forfar, Angus, UK We design and produce hand painted silk ties and waistcoats, we also offer a bespoke design service for weddings and special occasion ties.
www.kellysearch.co.uk /gb-town-35600.html   (535 words)

  
 Letting Agents in Forfar marketing property for rent including houses, flats and apartments and other home lettings and ...
Using our FREE enquiry service is the simplest and quickest way for you to make enquires to multiple Letting Agents marketing residential property (houses/flats etc.) for rent within Forfar, Angus.
Commonly letting agents in Forfar are offering services which include full property management, rent collection & tenant location only.
The letting agents will normally advertise within local areas to Forfar in order to find the most suitable tenants on behalf of their landlords.
www.1stestateagents.co.uk /angus/letting_agents_forfar.htm   (218 words)

  
 Forfar, Angus companies - UK - page 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Forfar, Angus companies - UK - page 2
Scotgrain Agriculture Ltd, Forfar, Angus, UK Agricultural merchants
Strathmore Mineral Water Co. Ltd, Forfar, Angus, UK Mineral water (carbonated) manufacturers
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 1st Solicitors: Forfar Conveyancing Solicitor firms providing advice on property law and legal issues when purchasing ...
Below is a list of Conveyancing Solicitors in Forfar, Angus.
If you are moving home, or acquiring additional properties and are looking for a solicitor or conveyancing expert in Forfar then check out the businesses listed here, featured businesses also include links to their websites so you can get further information about the specific conveyancing services offered and find out more about the companies themselves.
They normally undertake to manage all aspects of the property deal including local search applications for Forfar and planning applications to the final conclusion of the transaction including reciept of mortgage funds and transfer of property ownership deeds.
www.1stsolicitors.co.uk /angus/conveyancing_solicitors_forfar.htm   (194 words)

  
 Forfar Hotel
The Forfar hotel rooms are listed in order of proximity to Forfar.
Please note that all distances are approximate and as the crow flies.
If you cannot find the Forfar hotel room you are looking for why not try out Hotel Room Reservation team on +44 (0)870 143 9070
www.findhotelrooms.co.uk /hotel/f/forfar/534   (93 words)

  
 Pictures of Loch of Forfar, Forfar, Angus, Scotland. Loch of Forfar hotels, accommodation, Photographs, history, maps ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pictures of Loch of Forfar, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.
Scotland > Angus > Forfar > Loch of Forfar
Show all websites about Loch of Forfar and submit your own.
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 Clan/Family Histories
Baxter was (and is) a common name in Angus as Forfar was at one time a royal residence and the first Baxters there may well have been royal bakers.
Sir Robert Boyd's success as a commander at the Battle of Bannockburn led to him being granted lands in Ayrshire.
Ogilvie was a province of the Picts in Angus, ruled by a mormaer, who became the first earls in the area.
www.rampantscotland.com /clans/clans_index.htm   (1733 words)

  
 1st Solicitors: Forfar Criminal Law firms listing with email enquiry facilities and links to websites of registered ...
Below is a listing of Criminal Law Solicitors in Forfar.
Typical criminal law services in Forfar include legal representation at Forfar magistrate’s court or Angus county court following an arrest by the police.
The solicitors will offer defence preparation and representation for a variety of criminal proceedings including motoring offences such as drink driving or speeding to more serious offences of theft or assault.
www.1stsolicitors.co.uk /angus/criminal_law_solicitors_forfar.htm   (232 words)

  
 GOLD STANDARD John Deere Dealership in Forfar, Angus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Established in 1963 at the Netherton flsmith workshop at Aberlemno, the founding partners initially only carried out repair and servicing on tractors and machinery.
The John Deere franchise was acquired in 1967 and by 1987 when the business was sold, and the new company of Netherton Tractors Limited came into being, the firm had become one of Scotland’s leading agricultural agencies for equipment sales and services, operating in Angus and Kincardine.
In 1995, having outgrown the Aberlemno site, the company moved to a custom built dealership on the old Tollmuir sawmill 1.75-hectare site next to the A90 dual carriageway, the main east cost route from Perth via Dundee to Aberdeen.
www.nethertontractor.co.uk /about.htm   (395 words)

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