Examples from the Web for kincardine
It is the county-town; and hither, in 1660, the sheriff-court was removed from Kincardine by Act of Parliament.
She could coax you to the buying like a Cumnock quean, and fleece you in the selling like the cadgers o' Kincardine.The House with the Green Shutters|George Douglas Brown
Robert Watt was born in the shire of Kincardine, and was at the time of his execution about thirty-six years old.
Boswell's mother's grandmother was a Bruce of the Earl of Kincardine's family, and so also was his father's mother.Life Of Johnson, Volume 5|Boswell
The temperance men sent up two detectives from Kincardine, who were low characters, and would swear to anything.Sober by Act of Parliament|Fred A. McKenzie