Knockando, Moray

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Knockando (Scottish Gaelic: Cnoc Cheannachd) is a village in Moray, Scotland. It is a farming centre and the location of both the Knockando distillery[1] and the Tamdhu distillery.[2]

It is also the location of Knockando Wool Mill, which has been producing textiles since 1784 and which achieved national fame as a finalist in the second series of the BBC's Restoration television series in 2004.[3]

Notable people[edit]

Sir Archibald Levin Smith is buried in Knockando churchyard having died of a broken heart two months after his wife drowned nearby in the River Spey.

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Coordinates: 57°27′33″N 3°21′00″W / 57.45917°N 3.35000°W / 57.45917; -3.35000