Dingwall History

Attribution: unknown (Greenhill street  in Dingwall looking North)

Dingwall archaeology

find out more about the Dingwall “Thing”

Dingwall's Moot Hill site

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Dingwall of Old

Take a virtual photo tour of Dingwall of Old

01 Dingwall of old

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Historic Dingwall Events

Take a look at some of the historic events that have happened in  Dingwall

Dingwall Pefferside Park

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Dingwall Heritage Trail

Take a nice easy stroll around Dingwall

Dingwall Heritage Trail

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The Old Post Office and Picture House

Follow the history of these buildings – up to modern day renovations

20 Dingwall Picture House

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The Bains of Dochcarty

The Baynes of Tulloch

Visitors Reviews and Comments

The Baynes of Tulloch booklet

Kenneth was the 8th and last Bayne of Tulloch, married to Ann daughter of Kenneth Bayne of Knockbayne. Yes they had a son Kenneth but he did not inherit Tulloch as his father had had the estate sequestered in 1750 and he finally sold it to Henry Davidson in 1762.
Jonathan McColl
19 August 2021

Dingwall - A Short History

01 Dingwall History

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The Mortar and Pestle

07 Dingwall History

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Statistical Accounts

On the 25 May 1790, Sir John Sinclair, Baronet of Ulbster in Caithness wrote to over nine hundred Parish ministers throughout Scotland asking them to contribute to a Statistical Inquiry by answering as best they could,a series of one hundred and sixty-six Queries respecting each Parish.

The New (or Second) Statistical Account of Scotland built on the previous work carried out by Sir John Sinclair for the First Statistical Accounts by including the knowledge of local doctors and schoolmasters. The Second Statistical Accounts were published between 1834 and 1845.

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