List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MILLS OF DRUM Mills of Drum
Mills of Drum
Mills of Drum
Mills of Drum
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Adam Corbet P.M. [Parish Minister] Drumoak Manse
Mr Henry Grant overseer Park House
Mr John Hunter Mills of Drum
Valuation Roll.
094a A Corn Mill worked by water power dwelling for the Miller and a farm Steading dwelling house and outhouses all one Storey high partly Slated and partly thatched in tolerable repair the property of Sir Thomas Burnett Bart. [Baronet] Leys
MILLS OF DRUM T.P. Mills of Drum T.P.
Mills of Drum T.P.
Mills of Drum T.P.
Mills of Drum T.P.
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] A. Corbet
Mr H. Grant
Mr J Hunter
094a A small thatched one Storey building at the tollgate on the turnpike road from Aberdeen to Kincardine O'Neil the property of the Road trustees
Deeside Railway
Deeside Railway
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] A. Corbet
Mr H Grant
Mr J. Hunter
084 ; 085 ; 094 A Single line of rails for passengers and goods traffic between Ferryhill near Aberdeen, and Aboyne with double telegraph wires, it has two Stations in this Parish Viz Park and Drum. the most of its run is level along the north bank of the River Dee. it has little or no cuttings or embankments in this parish and crosses only one Small Stream of any Size the thoroughfares are mostly all level the property of the Deeside Railway Comy [Company].

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Parish Drumoak

[Note beside 'Mills of Drum'] - Although there is but one mill here Mills of Drum is an old name well known and cannot be altered Particular enquiry was made into this name by the final examiner.

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