List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST DROSTAN'S CHURCH (In Ruins) Old Church (in Ruins)
Old Church (in Ruins)
Old Church (in Ruins)
Charles Barclay Esq. J.P. [Justice of the Peace] Aberdour Ho. [House]
Revr. [Reverend] Mr Wilson, Manse
Buchan by the Rev. [Reverend] J.B.Pratt.MA.
001 A ruin of an oblong shape, the walls are nearly entire, but roofless, on the east side is a wing in good repair and roofed. The whole now used as places of interment. In centre of the former may be seen the ancient baptismal font. Worship was held here previous to erection of the present church at New Aberdour in 1838. Here is the graveyard, and adjoining is the Manse.
"The Church now in ruins is one of the oldest in the north of Scotland. Aberdour Church is dedicated to Saint Durstan."
"Buchan" By The Reverend J.B. Pratt M.A.
"The fabricK of the Church is very old, being built before the reformation, but in what age is not Known."
Old Statistical Account
MILL OF ABERDOUR Mill of Aberdour
Mill of Aberdour
Mill of Aberdour
Charles Barclay Esq.
New Statistical Account
Valuation Roll 1869-70
001 A corn mill, dwelling house, and offices, situated on The Dour.
The property of William D Fordyce Esq. Brucklay Castle.
Pouk Howe
Mr Henderson Towie
Mr A Murcar, Bankhead
001 Applicable to hollow or small glen, situated between the public road at end of Slack of Towie and Old County road about ½ mile west of Clinterty farm house. It contains two mill dams.

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