List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. C. Browne
Mr. John Duncan, Deecastle
Mr. J. Grant
Valuation Roll 1860
092 This name is applied to a large farmsteading and a number of small dwelling houses which stand near to where Dee Castle stood: some of the houses are slated and some thatched, none above one story, all in good repair. property of the Marquis of Huntly. The boundary between the parish of Aboyne and Glentanner and that of Glenmuick Tullich and Glengairn passes through it.
CAIRN [Deecastle] Cairn
Rev [Reverend] Mr Middleton.
Rev [Reverend] Mr Smith.
Mr James Grant
092 This name applies to a large heap of loose stones situated on the summit of a hill above Deecastle. There is no tradition connected with this Cairn: it appears to have been erected merely as a land mark.

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County of Aberdeen Parish of Aboyne and Glentanner

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