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- (alias's Dunbog and Dunboig) is a Scottish feudal barony Parish in the county of Fife in Scotland. In the medieval period the church and parish of Dunbog originally...
- Dunbog is a parish in the county of Fife in Scotland. The name of the parish derives from the Scottish Gaelic, Dùn Bolg, meaning "bag fort" or "bag-like...
- September 1705; and (4) 3 October 1706 – 25 March 1707. Major Henry Balfour of Dunbog was one of the members for Fifeshire in each of these four sessions. Major...
- Crail Creich Crossgates Culross (Perthshire) Cults Cupar Dairsie Dalgety Dunbog Dunfermline Dunino Dysart Elie Falkland Ferry Port on Craig Flisk Forgan...
- outskirts of Newburgh, extending about 3 miles eastwards to the boundary of Dunbog parish, with which it is now united ecclesiastically and for the Community...
- General Nisbet Balfour (1743, Dunbog—10 October 1823, Dunbog) was a British soldier in the American Revolutionary War and later a Scottish Member of Parliament...
- This is a list of listed buildings in the parish of Dunbog in Fife, Scotland. The scheme for classifying buildings in Scotland is: Category A: "buildings...
- Mount Hill Mount Hill from Dunbog Hill Highest point Elevation 221 m (725 ft) Prominence 163 m (535 ft) Listing Marilyn Coordinates 56°20′10″N 3°05′01″W...
- was one of Marie de Guise's ladies-in-waiting; she died in June 1577 at Dunbog in Fife. Mary's aunt, Janet Beaton, was a mistress of James Hepburn, Earl...
- was involved in the murder of John Grief. In 1530 he bought the lands of Dunbog from the Earl of Rothes. He married Janet Hay, a daughter of John Hay, Provost...