It is the county-town; and hither, in 1660, the sheriff-court was removed from Kincardine by Act of Parliament.
The Bruces, earls of Elgin, also bear the title of earl of Kincardine.
The most interesting relic, however, is the market cross, which originally belonged to the extinct town of Kincardine.
The system was extended in Canada as far west as Kincardine.
In 1863 he succeeded as 9th earl of Elgin and 13th of Kincardine.
She could coax you to the buying like a Cumnock quean, and fleece you in the selling like the cadgers o' Kincardine.
He possessed lands in Kincardine, of which county he was sheriff.
The temperance men sent up two detectives from Kincardine, who were low characters, and would swear to anything.
Aberdeenshire and Kincardine unite in sending three members to Parliament.
Anderson was born in Kincardine, Scotland, in 1814, and started his professional career as an actor.