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Chapel Tree
Chapel Tree
Chapel Tree
Mr Henry Esson Balnacraig
Mr James Bartleman Clearfield
Mr James Neil Wreaton
Mr J Muggauch
081 This is the remains of what was at one time a very large Ash tree only the trunk about 6 feet high now remains it is considered that the Old Chapel for Aboyne and Tullich must have stood Somewhere adjacent to this tree from the name and also from a well which also stood near to the tree and was Called Chapel Well. the well was destroyed a few years ago. there is no trace of it on the ground now. and there is none that can tell the whereabouts of the Chapel but the conjecture that it must be somewhere near the tree and well.
Mr. H. Esson
Mr. J. Bartleman
Mr. J. Neil
Abstract of Leases
081 A small new farm steading dwelling house and woodenshed the former one storey thatched and intended to be enlarged as the adjacent moor is reclaimed. the property of the Marquis of Huntly.

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