Cullen, a seaport and borough town of Banffshire, Scotland, situated at the entrance of the small stream of Cullen into the Murray Firth, 12 miles W. from Banff. It forms part of the Elgin district of boroughs. Post town Fochabers. It has a money 0rd. off. Manf. Ropes, cordage, yarn, linen, and damask cloths. Shipbuilding is carried on, and many of the inhabitants are engaged in salmon and herring ﬁsheries. Pop. of town, 3543; of parl. bor. 1818.
Source: Beeton’s British Gazetteer 1870. Ward, Lock & Tyler, Paternoster Row, London.