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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DIKENOOK Dykenook
Dykenook
Dykenook
Valuation Roll of the Parish.
Mr Smith, Farmer, Dykenook.
Revd. [Reverend] John Minto, Clatt.
043 A farm house with outhouses and garden attached. property of Sir H. P. Gordon, Bart [Baronet], Knockespock.
DYKENOOK [1895] Val [Valuation] Roll 95 Mr James Macdonald, The Farm, Huntly N.B. [North Britain] 043 For 1" purposes only
See Remarks in Index 1895.
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND HERE [Dikenook] Human bones found here
Human bones found here
Human bones found here
Mr Smith, Farmer, Dykenook.
Mr Gordon, Farmer, Gordonstown.
Mr Gordon, Crofter, near Gordonstown.
043 In the neighbourhood of a number of small cairns, there was found about 70 years ago a large quantity of human bones, supposed to have been the remains of those who fell at the battle of Tillyangus
TUMULI [E of Gady Burn] Tumuli
Tumuli
Tumuli
Mr Smith, Farmer, Dykenook.
Mr Brown, Hillside.
Mr Gordon, Farmer, Gordonstown.
043 Applies to a great number of small cairns lying to the east of the Gaudy Burn and west of the site of Battle. Tradition saith that these cairns were raised to mark the burial place of those who fell at the battle of Tillyangus, 1572.

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