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Kingdom of Fife

Fife is situated between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth.  It was once one of the major Pictish Kingdoms, known as Fib, and is still commonly known as the Kingdom of Fife within Scotland. The historic town of St. Andrews is located on the northeast coast of Fife. It is well known for the University of St Andrews, one of the most ancient universities  in the world and is renowned as the home of golfFife was an important royal and political centre from the reign of King Malcolm III onwards, as the leaders of  Scotland gradually moved south away from their ancient strongholds around Scone. Malcolm had his principal home in Dunfermline and his wife Margaret was the main benefactor of Dunfermline Abbey. The Abbey replaced Iona as the final resting place of Scotland's royal elite, with Robert I amongst those to be buried there. The Earl of Fife was until the 15th century considered the principal peer of the Scottish realm, and was reserved the right of crowning the nation's monarchs, reflecting the prestige of the area. A new royal palace was gradually constructed at Falkland, formerly the stronghold of Clan MacDuff, and was used by successive monarchs of the House of Stuart, who favoured Fife for its rich hunting grounds.
Atlas of Scotland  -  Dunbar & St. Andrew's in Fife Sheet 28 Original 1912
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Atlas of Scotland in 1912 - Including Haddington North Berwick Dunbar Isle of May St Andrews Largo Anstruther Crail


County Map of Scotland - 1847 - Fife & Kinross
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Full colour County Map of Scotland - Fife and Kinross in 1847
Including Crail, Anstruther, Elie, Kinghorn, Burntisland, Dunfermline, Kinross, Cupar, St.Andrews, Falkland
Dundee East & St Andrews 49
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Arbroath Bell Rock Broughty Ferry Carnoustie Dairsie Firth of Tay Leuchars Monifieth Newport Tayport First Edition revised to 1896 Parishes located on this map:- Aberbrothock / Arbroath (part), Arbirlot (part), Barrie, Carmylie (part), Dundee (part), Inverarity (part), Main of Fintry / Mains & Strathmartine (part), Monifieth, Monikie (part), Muirhouse / Murroes, Panbride, St Vigeans (part), Strathmartin (part), Tealing (part)
Dunfermline & Kirkcaldy 40
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Aberdour Auchtermuchty Burntisland Dunning Falkland Kinross Loch Leven Leven Lomond Hills Markinch First Edition revised to 1896 Parishes located on this map:-
Abbot's-Hall, Aberdour (part), Abernethy (part), Arngask, Auchterderran, Auchtermuchty (part), Auchtertoul, Ballingry, Beath, Burntisland, Carnock, Cleish, Collessie (part), Dalgety (part), Dunfermline (part), Dunning (part), Dysart, Falkland, Forgandenny (part), Forteviot (part), Fossaway (part), Glendovan / Glendevon (part), Kennoway, Kettle, Kinghorn, Kinglassie, Kinross, Kirkcaldy, Leslie, Markinch , Monzievaird / Moniaird (part), Muckart (part), Newburgh (part), Orwell, Portmoak, Saline (part), Strathmiglo, Torryburn (part), Wemyss
East Fife 41
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Anstruther Ceres Crail Cupar Elie Glenrothes Leven Leuchars St. Andrews Tayport First Edition revised to 1896. Parishes located on this map:- Anstruther Easter & Wester, Balmerino, Cameron, Carnbee, Ceres, Crail, Criech, Cults, Cupar Fife, Dairsie, Denino / Dunino, Dunbog, Ely, Ferry-Port-onCraig, Flisk, Forgan / Forganby, Kembach, Kilmany, Kilconquhar, Kilrenney, Kingsbarns, Largo, Leuchars, Logie, Monimail, Moonzie, Newburn, Pittenweem, St. Andrews / St. Leonards, St. Monance / Monans, Scoonie
Scottish Town Plans -  Dunfermline 1823 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Dunfermline Some property owners named 
Scottish Town Plans - Kirkaldy 1824 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Kirkcaldy A large number of property owners named. 
Scottish Town Plans - ST. Andrew's, Fife 1820 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 St Andrews A large number of property owners named.