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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DALVREGACHY (Manse) Dalvregachy (Manse)
Dalvregachy (Manse)
Dalvregachy (Manse)
Mr. Morgan, Inverey.
Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Mr. Mcintosh.
098 A two storey house, slated and in excellent condition also two officehouses in very good repair. This manse is in connexion with the chapel of ease at Castleton of Braemar. It was called Dalvregachy before becoming a manse. It is now unoccupied on account of the minister being in lodgings. It still retains the name of Dalvregachy.
KINDROCHIT CASTLE (Remains of) Kindrochit Castle (Remains of)
Kindrochit Castle (Remains of)
Kindrochit Castle (Remains of)
Mr. Morgan, Inverey
Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Mr. McIntosh.
098 There is only a very small portion of this castle to be seen now, but its foundation can be distinctly traced in the green mounds which occupy its site. It was built by King Malcolm Canmore for a hunting seat, in the 11th century. The exact date of its erection cannot be ascertained nor the date of its destruction. It was destroyed by artillery on account of the "Galar Mor" - the Great Disease or cholera - being supposed to lurk within its walls.
Site of ST ANDREW'S CHAPEL St. Andrews Chapel
St. Andrews Chapel
St. Andrews Chapel
Mr. Morgan, Inverey.
Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Mr. McIntosh
098 This chapel was situated in a graveyard at Castleton T. P. Its site is now occupied by a tomb the burying place of the Farquharsons of Invercauld. The date of its erection cannot be ascertained, but it is supposed to have been coeval with Braemar Castle, which was built by John Stuart Earl of Mar, A.D. 1483. It was used after the Reformation as a Protestant place of worship and was dedicated to St. Andrews, the Patron saint of the parish

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Aberdeenshire -- Ph [Parish] of Crathie and Braemar

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