Monday, 26 June 2017
Tour Scotland Video Drive To Moonzie And A92 Road North Fife
Tour Scotland video of a drive to Moonzie and onwards to the Junction of the A92 Road on ancestry visit to North Fife, Scotland. Moonzie is located about 3 miles north west of Cupar. It is bounded on the west by Creich, on the north by Kilmany, on the south east by Cupar and on the south west by Monimail. Prior to 1238 the parish was called Urhithumonesyn. Afterwards it assumed the name Auchtermonsey. Moonzie, its present name, is generally supposed to be a Gaelic word signifying Hill of the Deer. James Wedderburn was the Parish Minister in 1625.
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