numerology

Numerology information Durisdeer:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

songs

Songs about Durisdeer:

songsDurisdeer by The Gaelforce Orchestra from the Album Celtic Airs

songsDurisdeer by Moira Anderson from the Album 20 Scottish Favourites

songsDurisdeer by Gillian Murray from the Album The Beautiful Highlands of Home

songsDurisdeer by Kenneth McKellar from the Album Land of Hearts Desire

songsDurisdeer by Maureen Bell from the Album La Vie en Rose

songsDurisdeer by Isobel Buchanan from the Album Songs Of Scotland

songsDurisdeer by Ron Gonnella from the Album The Tartan Top Twenty Greatest Fiddle Hits

books

Books about Durisdeer:

booksDrumlanrig Castle and the Douglases: with the early history and ancient remains of Durisdeer, Closeburn, and... by Crawfurd Tate Ramage (Jul 9, 2010)

booksDrumlanrig Castle and the Douglases: with the early history and ancient remains of Duris-deer, Closeburn, and... by Craufurd Tait Ramage (Mar 24, 2011)

books1851 Census records by surname for the parish of Durisdeer, Dumfriesshire (1993)

booksOld Thornhill: Durisdeer, Enterkinfoot, Carronbridge, Keir Mill, Penpont, Tynron by David Carroll (Aug 20, 2008)

booksDurisdeer. " We'll meet na mair at sunset " . Ballad. (Arranged by Miss Masson.) by Alicia Anne Scott (1863)

booksFrom Durisdeer and Castleton to Strachur: Robert Anderson a Farm Diary 1847 - 1852 by Margaret Macleod Innes & Maxwell (1900)

booksDrumlanrig castle and the Douglases, with the early history and ancient remains of Durisdeer, Closeburn, and Morton... by Craufurd Tait Ramage (1876)

wiki

Wiki information Durisdeer:

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

Durisdeer is a small village in Dumfries and Galloway, south-west Scotland. It lies 6 miles north of Thornhill, above the Carron Water, a tributary of the Nith. A Roman road once passed through the site of the village as a direct route fron Nithsdale...

Andrew de Durisdeer
Deceased Person, Person

Andrew de Durisdeer [Durisdere] or Andrew Muirhead was a 15th-century bishop of Glasgow. "Muirhead" is not used in any contemporary sources, and may be inaccurate. However, his geographical appellation indicates that he came from Durisdeer in...