List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MILL OF WESTER COULL Mill of Wester Coull
Mill of Wester Coull
Mill of Wester Coull
Milltown of Wester Coull
Mr. Andrew Ross Factor Tarland
Mr. John Robbie Registrar Coull
Mr. Henry Esson Balnacraig
Valuation Roll
081 A good farm Steading dwelling house and outoffices from one to two Storeys high, partly Slated and partly thatched, in good repair, the property of the Earl of Aberdeen.

The factor attention was specially called to the mode of writing used in the Valuation but he says that Mill of Wester Coull is correct; although there is no appearance of a Mill ever being here.
Tom-na- hivrigh
Mr. Andrew Ross
Mr. John Robbie
Mr. Henry Esson
Coull New Stat [Statistical] Account
Coull Old Stat [Statistical] Account
Tarland New Stat [Statistical] Account
081 A Small nearly round uncultivated hill, on the Summit of which is a Druidical Stone Circle, consisting of five Standing Stones from 3 to 6 feet high. It is a natural feature In the antiquities of Tarland & Migvie Ph [Parish] in the New Stat. [Statistical] Account various objects described upon and in view of this hill but none of them can be pointed out except the Stone Circle on the summit of Tomnaverie, and a single Stone in Logie Coldstone.
STONE CIRCLE (Remains of) [Tomnaverie] Stone Circle
Stone Circle
Stone Circle
Andrew Ross Esqr. Factor
Mr. John Robbie. Registrar
Mr. Middleton
081 The remains of a stone Circle on the summit of the afore-described hill, they consist of five Standing Stones from 3 to 6 feet high,
this object is on the property of the Earl of Aberdeen.

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County of Aberdeen -- Parish of Coull

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