Tomnavoulin

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Site Type VILLAGE
Canmore ID 75541
Site Number NJ22NW 4
NGR NJ 213 261
Council MORAY
Parish INVERAVON
Former Region GRAMPIAN
Former District MORAY
Former County BANFFSHIRE
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
NGR Desc NJ c. 213 261

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Accessing Scotland's Past

Tomnavoulin, meaning 'mill on the hill' in Gaelic, is a small village on the eastern banks of the River Livet, and is probably best known today for the Tamnavoulin distillery.

Text prepared by RCAHMS as part of the Accessing Scotland's Past project at http://www.accessingscotlandspast.org.uk

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Archaeological Notes

NJ22NW 4 c. 213 261


 
Books and References

Bogdan and Bryce, N and I B D (1991) 'Castles, manors and 'town houses' survey', Discovery Excav Scot
Page(s): 36

Scottish Castle Survey (1988) 'A directory of the owners and occupiers of the castles, manors and 'town houses' {c.1050-c.1707} of Scotland: Grampian Region', Aberdeen
Page(s): 59, no.129/7 Held at RCAHMS B.2.1.CAS

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