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Inverkeithny Parish Church

Inverkeithny is a parish in eastern Banffshire adjacent to the border with Aberdeenshire, 10 miles north-east from Huntly. This place takes its name from the large burn of Keithny, which here falls into the River Deveron, on the south side of which the parish lies. It is bounded on the north by the Banffshire parishes of Marnoch and Rothiemay and to the south by Aberdeenshire's Forgue and Auchterless and on the east by Turriff.

The church stands in a narrow vale in the north-east of the parish near the bank of the Deveron.

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