List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
James Johnson. Proprietor
James Shepherd West Gask.
James Hutcheon Berrymoss.
031 A large and substantial dwelling house with offices, gardens &c attached, it is situated in the north part of the parish, and is the mansion house of a small estate, or farm.
STONE CELTS FOUND HERE [Moreseat] 3 Stone Celts found here
3 Stone Celts found here
3 Stone Celts found here
James Johnson. Moreseat. 031 As Mr. Johnston the proprietor of Moreseat was Superintending the Cutting of Some Moss, he Says he found 3 stone celts, one he cannot account for. one is in his possession and one he says he gave to Mrs. Shepherd of Aldie, But James Shepherd her son doubts this; as he never heard of it.
GREY STONE The Gray Stone
The Gray Stone
The Gray Stone
James Johnson. Moreseat. 031 This is a large Boulder about four feet high standing in one of the parks or fields on Moreseat; there is nothing striking or peculiar in its appearance, and there exists no tradition of how it came by its name

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