List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
NEW FOUND AISLE [a cave] New found Aisle James Gray. Midtown
William Bruce. Banks
William McPherson. Gamekeeper
016 A Cave extending about 25 Yards beneath the Ground. It is entered by A small fissure in the rock and is very difficult to get into
ST MARTIN'S CHURCH (Remains of) St Martin's Church {Remains of} Revd [Reverend] Mr Annand
Mr James Grey
Mr William Morrison Riggins
016 Remains of an old Catholic Church dedicated to St Martin. The only portion now standing is part of an aisle on the north side of the site, which was used as the family Burying place of the Gordons of Pitlurg There is a stone built in in wall bearing the date of 1597 also A stone figure of St Martin

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