Welcome To Laurencekirk AB30

Laurencekirk AB30 is a guide to the region which includes the villages of Arbuthnott, Auchenblae, Edzell Woods, Fettercairn, Fordoun, Luthermuir, Marykirk and hub town Laurencekirk. It’s a place to discover our history, learn about the area, find out what’s happening now, and more.

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Fancy giving Rugby a go? Montrose rugby club are having a free open day on Sunday 15th August. Both girls and boys welcome. Covid safety measures in place. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fancy giving Rugby a go? Montrose rugby club are having a free open day on Sunday 15th August. Both girls and boys welcome. Covid safety measures in place.

Do you know any Napiers? My great x3 grandparents are James Napier and Catherine Napier (Lindsay) both born in the Laurencekirk/Glenbervie area. They have 10 children and I'm looking to see if anyone is related to them and might be interested in comparing family trees? Scott L. ... See MoreSee Less

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My dad, (Allan Napier) traced his family tree back to the mid 1800s. The men were all farm workers in the Auchenblae area. There must be some connection there. He grew up in Brechin.

Sandra Thiedeman Edith Napier

All my family came from Laurencekirk as far as I know.

My great great grandparents are Napier’s from Maryculter

I am a Napier by birth, but unfortunately I don't know much about my father's side only that he was born in Tarves Aberdeen shire to an Alexander Napier a cobbler & Edith Mary Alexander. They moved from Tarves when my Dad was young to Laurencekirk.

My great grandas brother is James Napier and his mother is showing as from Maryculter. I can email you the tree if your on ancestry

I know we have some Napier’s, but I’d have to check the tree to be sure where they come in.

My grandfather was Charles Napier stayed at 18 high street in Laurencekirk and worked on the railway.and my mother Agnes(Nancy)Napier.

I had a friend Nancy Napier lived in High Street Laurencekirk in the 1950’s she passed away ? 2019 buried in Laurencekirk Cemetery

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LATE SUMMER OFFER FOR AUCHENBLAE GOLF COURSE IS AVAILABLE FROM 1ST AUGUST. ... See MoreSee Less

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LATE SUMMER OFFER FOR AUCHENBLAE GOLF COURSE IS AVAILABLE FROM 1ST AUGUST.
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