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Dunbog is a parish in the county of Fife in Scotland. The parish is of entirely rural character, with no actual village - only a collection of farm houses. Dunbog parish is bounded on the north by the River Tay, on the south by Monimail, on the east by Flisk and Creich, and on the west by Abdie. The nearest town of any size is Newburgh. It has a small primary school
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Dunbog, Fife in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)
Dunbog, par. and quoad sacra par., NW. Fifeshire, 3½ miles E. of Newburgh -- par., 2324 ac., pop. 219; quoad sacra par. (Dunbog and Flisk pars.), pop. 365; contains Dunbog Hill, alt. 707 ft., and D. House, seat of the Earl of Zetland, on site of a preceptory.
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