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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LADYMOSS Ladymoss
Ladymoss
Ladymoss
Alexander McDonald Esq Factor Cluny Castle
Mr William Duncan Factor's Clerk Cluny Castle
Estate Plan dated 1772
063 A small farmsteading, dwelling house and offices, one storey in height, thatched, and in bad repair the property of J Gordon Esq. Cluny Castle.
WOLF STONE Wolf Stone
Wolf Stone
Wolf Stone
Alexander McDonald Esq.
Mr William Duncan
Plan of Corrennie Forest 1834
063 A large boulder situated in Scare Wood, [Added] probably it was "The Grey Stone of Cluny" frequently mentioned in charters, where the Earls of Huntly, to whom Cluny belonged, held their land-courts three times in the year. [Initialed] JMD. there is no tradition regarding it, neither is the origin of the name Known to any one in the locality.
DOUGLAS BRIDGE Douglas Bridge
Douglas Bridge
Douglas Bridge
Alexander McDonald Esq.
Mr William Duncan
Mr William Milne Cairndae. Cluny
072 A small stone bridge of one arch spanning the Douglas Burn on the T.P. [Turn Pike] Road leading from Aberdeen to Alford, built and repaired by the county.

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Aberdeenshire Parish of Cluny

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