List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHURCH [Crimond] Church
Rev [Reverend] Mr Irvine
Mr Quirie Crimond
008 The Parish church a plain building occupys a position at the east end of the village, It was erected in 1812 & contains sitting for about 300.
"The present church built in 1812, is superior in architectural design to most parish churches in the district &c."
Pratt's Buchan p144
CRIMOND [village] Crimond
Rev [Reverend] Mr Irvine Crimond
New Statistical Account
Valuation Roll
Johnstone's Coy. [County] Map
County Directory
008 The village of Crimond consists of the Church, School, Post Office, & the station of the Parish Constable, with a few small dwellings
It is situated about the west centre of the Parish, & on the main road to Peterhead; from which Town it is nine miles distant in an easterly direction.

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Plan 8-15 Parish of Crimond

P.O. [Post Office] Ought not Post Office be written in full on plan when there is sufficient space

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