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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TEMPLEFOLD Templefold
Templefold
Midtown or Templefold
Major Innes
Mr. Henry.
Copy of Lease.
084 A farmsteading, dwelling house, one, offices, partly one, and partly two storeys, partly slated, and partly thatched, the whole in good repair; the property of Major Innes, and occupied by Mr. R. Barron.
This steading is locally known by the name of "Mid-town", but Major Innes, in the letter already referred to, says:- "I have revived the old name, and call it Templefold"
This name being suggestive of Antiquities every enquiry has been made but without effect There was a chapel at what was called Monks-Echt
CORNHILL Cornhill
Cornhill
Cornhill
Cairnhill
Major Innes
Mr James Adam, tenant
Mr George Anderson
Valuation Roll
084 A farmsteading, dwelling house, and offices, one storey high, partly slated, and partly thatched; the whole in good repair; the property of Major Innes.

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County of Aberdeen -- Parish of Echt

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