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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROAD SHORE Broad Shore
Broad Shore
Broad Shore
Mr A Murcar, Bankhead
Mr Alexander Gerrard New Aberdour
Mr Walker, Ironhill
001 Applicable to a considerable extent of foreshore, and bearing this name from Mess John's Well, eastward to the Light, and Dark, Caves (2.9 trace 1)
ST DROSTAN'S WELL St. Drostan's Well
St. Drostan's Well
St. Drostan's Well
Charles Barclay Esq. Aberdour House
Buchan By The Rev. [Reverend] J.B Pratt M.A.
Mr James Gall New Aberdour
001 A spring of pure water, near margin of the above [Broad Shore], and about 10 Chains East of Waulkmill
St. Drostan's Well, in a description of the Parish of Aberdour by Auchmedden A.D. 1724, we have the following. Near the sea bank there is a fine spring below the Church called St. Drostan's Well, from a bishop of that name who lived thereabouts in the times of popery.
Buchan by TheRev. [Reverend] J.B Pratt. M.A.
KILN DEN Kiln Den
Kiln Den
Mr A Murcar Bankhead
Mr A Gerrard, New Aberdour
001 A Small glen extending from Bankhead to Mill of Aberdour.

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