Place:Woodend, Birse, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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NameWoodend
TypeInhabited place
Coordinates57.010833°N 2.69°W
Located inBirse, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Woodend is an inhabited place in the Deeside parish of Birse. It is found along the Water of Feugh, about 3km east and south from Finzean, heading up the glen toward the Forest of Birse. It is just down from the bucket mill.

It is part of the Finzean Estate, having been held by the Farquharsons of Finzean since 1708, when it was included in a Charter of Barony granted by Queen Anne to Robert Farquharson, the 4th laird of Finzean.1 Historically, it has been a tenant farm of the estate.


  1. Farquharson, Geoffrey. Clan Farquharson: A History, p. 68.