songs

Songs about Rhynie:

songsRhynie by Cilla Fisher Artie Trezise from the Album For Foul Day and Fair

songsMedley: Laura Ann McCallum - P/M Sandy Gordon - The Caledonian Society of London - Thomas Maxwell of Briarbush... by Robert Wiseman Dairies Vale of Atholl Pipe Band. from the Album World Pipe Band Championships 2008 Vol.2

songsThe Reel Thing: Loch Roaig, Mo Chuachag Laghach Thu, Molly On The Shore, Brenda Stubberts, Jenny Dang The Weaver... by Boghall & Bathgate Caledonia Pipe Band from the Album Inspired In Belfast

songsRhynie by John Strachan from the Album Portraits: John Strachan: Songs from Aberdeenshire

songsRhynie by Toganaud from the Album Laughter & Tears

songsRhynie Man by Anna Douglass from the Album Rhynie Man

songsThe Shepherd Lad o Rhynie by Various artists from the Album Bothy Ballads

books

Books about Rhynie:

booksOld Rhynie by John Kemp (Apr 11, 2014)

booksKirkyard of Rhynie by Sheila M. Spiers (Jun 1995)

booksCoreen Hills and Glenlivet, Bennachie and Ladder Hills, Insch and Rhynie (OS Explorer Map Series) by Ordnance... (0100)

booksThe People of Strathbogie 1696: Dumbennan, Gartly, Rhynie and Essie by Ada McKay (1990)

booksWalking Backwards in Rhynie: Memories of the Village and of the Folk Who Lived There in Days Gone by by R.G. Troup (Aug 1998)

booksON A NEW TYPE OF CRUSTACEAN FROM THE OLD RED SANDSTONE (RHYNIE CHERT BED, ABERDEENSHIRE) LEPIDOCARIS RHYNIENSIS... by D. J. SCOURFIELD (1926)

booksOn Old Red Sandstone plants showing structure from the Rhynie chert bed, Aberdeenshire. Part 4 & 5. Contained... by R. Kidston (1921)

wiki

Wiki information Rhynie:

Rhynie chert
Fossil site, Location

The Rhynie chert is an Early Devonian sedimentary deposit exhibiting extraordinary fossil detail or completeness. It is exposed near the village of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland; a second unit, the Windyfield chert, is located some 700 m away. The...

Rhynie
City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Rhynie is a small town in South Australia, halfway between Tarlee and Auburn, along the Main North Road. It was surveyed and founded in 1859. The town is within the District Council of Clare and Gilbert Valleys area.