List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Skeulan Tree
Skeulan Tree
Mr Milne Esq.
Mr J. Muggauch
Mr J. Grant
082 A decayed trunk, which is fast mouldering away, is all that now remains of what was a most gigantic ash, It is said to be many Centuries old.
MANSE (In Ruins) [Muir of Dess] Manse (in ruins)
Manse (in ruins)
Manse (in ruins)
William Milne Esq.
Mr. J. Muggauch
Mr. J. Grant
082 Situated close to where the old Church stood, The walls are standing, but are in a ruinous condition. It is not known when this building was built
Write this name in for the [?] age is unknown it must be pretty old as a presentation to the living in James Ogg Esq. possession is dated 1753, and this is the original Manse of the Parish of Aboyne.

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Aberdeenshire Parish of Aboyne

Skeulan Well noticed in the New Statistical Account is now drained away leaving no appearance of it. Skeulan is the name now used in the neighbourhood. St. Eunan is now forgotten.

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