Dunfermline

Dunfermline, an ancient burgh in the W. of Fife; a place of interest as a residence of the early kings of Scotland, and as the birthplace of David II., James I., and Charles I., and for its abbey; it stands in the middle of a coal-field, and is the seat of extensive linen manufactures.

Population (circa 1900) given as 19,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dunes * Dunkeld
Duncker, Max
Duncombe, T. S.
Dundalk
Dundas
Dundas, Henry, Viscount Melville
Dundee
Dundonald, Thomas Cochrane, Earl of
Dundreary, Lord
Dunedin
Dunes
Dunfermline
Dunkeld
Dunkers
Dunkirk
Dunnet Head
Dunnottar Castle
Dunois, Jean
Duns Scotus, Johannes
Dunstan, St.
Dunton, Watts
Dupanloup

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Erskine, Ralph, A. M.
Henryson, Robert