Category:Barony and Castle of Giffen
English: The Barony of Giffen and its associated 15th-century castle were in the parish of Beith in the former District of Cunninghame, now North Ayrshire. The site may be spelled Giffen or Giffin and lay within the Lordship of Giffin, which included the Baronies of Giffen, Trearne, Hessilhead, Broadstone, Roughwood and Ramshead; valued at £3788 9s 10d. The Barony of Giffen comprised a number of properties, including Greenhills, Thirdpart, Drumbuie, Nettlehirst and Balgray, covering about half of the parish of Beith. Giffen was a hundred merk land, separated from the Barony of Beith, a forty pound land, by the Powgree Burn which rises on Cuff hill. The Lugton Water or the Bungle burn running through Burnhouse may have been the Giffen barony boundary with that of the adjacent barony and lands of Aiket castle.
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Media in category "Barony and Castle of Giffen"
The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total.
- Drumbuie House.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 1.34 MB
- Giffencastle.jpg 2,528 × 1,904; 1,020 KB
- Giffencastle1860s2.jpg 944 × 800; 211 KB
- Giffencastlewoods.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 1.21 MB
- Giffingatehouse.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 1.19 MB
- Nettlehirst farm, North Ayrshire.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 1.32 MB
- Nettlehurst Limekiln and woodland policies.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 1.23 MB
- Nettlehurst limekiln.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 964 KB
- Roughwood Farm.JPG 2,288 × 1,712; 1.25 MB