List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Wood Cottage
Wood Cottage
Mr Robert Dinnie, tenant.
Mr George Coutts
James Ogg Esq. J.P. [Justice of the Peace]
093 A neat dwelling house, one storey high, slated, and in excellent repair; the property of J.D. Nichol Esq.
PITSLUGARTY WELL Pitsluggarty Well
Pitsluggarty Well
Pitsluggarty Well
Pitsluggartie Well
Pitslugarty Well
Pitslugarty Well
Pitslugarty Well
Pitslugarty Well
Pitslugartie Well
Mr Robert Dinnie.
Mr George Coutts.
Boundary Book No. 2952.
Estate Plan 1750.
Mr William Dinnie Marywell.
J. Dyce Nicol Esq. Ballogie.
Mr Alexander Miller Overseer of Ballogie.
Mr James Ritchie Auchnafoy.
Report of Committee on Aberdeenshire Roads 1865
093 A good spring of excellent Water, this object serves as a point on the Boundary between the Parishes of Birse and Aboyne. Origin of name unknown
Mr Robert Denny
Mr George Coutts
Estate Plan 1750
093 A wooded eminence, situate in the West-end of the parish, and a short distance north of Wood Cottage; the property of J D. Nichol Esq .

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