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Tarves Tarves (; ), Aberdeenshire, is a small village, situated in the Formartine area of North East Scotland and lies between Oldmeldrum and Methlick.
Tarves Much of the village was planned and laid out by the Marquess of Aberdeen in the 19th century but the history of the parish goes back considerably earlier. The place name and those of locations nearby show evidence of Brythonic roots. A derivation from a cognate of the Welsh word "tarw", 'bull' would seem possible (see Thurso). A Bronze Age hoard of weapons was found near Tarves in the nineteenth century and was donated by the Earl of Aberdeen to the British Museum in 1858. Dating to between 1000 and 850 BC, the hoard was made entirely from bronze and consists of three swords, a pommel, a chape and two pins (two items of which were not part of the original gift and are now lost).
Tarves The community has a heritage group that provides a registered museum and heritage centre. The village is situated very close to Haddo House and Tolquhon Castle.
List of listed buildings in Tarves, Aberdeenshire This is a list of listed buildings in the parish of Tarves in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Glenfiddich Piping and Fiddle Championships The Glenfiddich Fiddle Championship 2015 was won by George Davidson of Tarves in Aberdeenshire.
Whitecairns Regular bus services link Whitecairns with Potterton and Aberdeen to the south, and with Pitmedden and Tarves to the north.
Glenfiddich Piping and Fiddle Championships Second place went to George Davidson of Tarves in Aberdeenshire, and third place went to Maura Shawn Scanlin of Boone, North Carolina, USA.
Hospitals in medieval Scotland The bedehouse in Tarves (NJ 87491 30824) founded by William Forbes of Tolquhon in 1584 is post-Reformation but used the term “bedesmen” for four resident men. It is believed that:
Haddo House Haddo House is a Scottish stately home located near Tarves in Aberdeenshire, approximately 20 miles north of Aberdeen (). It has been owned by the National Trust for Scotland since 1979.
George Gordon, 1st Earl of Aberdeen In 1682 he was made Lord Chancellor of Scotland, and was created, on 13 November, Earl of Aberdeen, Viscount Formartine, and Lord Haddo, Methlick, Tarves and Kellie, in the Scottish peerage, being appointed also Sheriff Principal of Aberdeenshire and Midlothian.