Place:King Edward, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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NameKing Edward
Alt namesKinedartsource: GENUKI,Wikipedia
Kineddarsource: GENUKI
TypeParish
Coordinates57.609°N 2.4877°W
Located inAberdeenshire, Scotland
Also located inPresbytery of Deer, Synod of Aberdeen, Scotland    
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King Edward (Gaelic: Cinn Eadar) is a small village and parish on the north coast of Scotland in Buchan midway between Turriff and Banff.

The old church of King Edward with historic graveyard was founded around 1124 by St Aidan. The last service in the old church was on 25 June 1848 and services moved to new building alongside the main road.

King Edward has a disused station on the Banff, Macduff and Turriff Junction Railway part of the Great North of Scotland Railway system.

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