List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Major Innes
Mr. George Anderson
Mr William Craigmyle, West Mains
New Statistical Account
084 A farmsteading, dwelling house, and offices, one storey, partly slated, and partly thatched, the whole in good repair; the property of Major Innes, who in answer to a query put by Exr, [Examiner] says: " As there is now no East Cullerlie, it will be as well to omit the West, or Wester, and call it "Cullerlie". retaining the old termination" 4th Nov [November] 1864.
SCHOOL [nr Cullerlie] School
Major Innes
Mr. John Collie, teacher.
Mr George Anderson
084 A commodious house, two storeys high & slated, erected & partly supported, by, Major Innes.
The teacher's salary comes from three sources, namely, Major Innes, Government, and school-fees.
The average attendance, male and female, is about 50.

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County of Aberdeen -- Parish of Echt

[Note relating to 'Cullerlie'] - It is stated in the New Statistical Account that in the lands of Cullerley there is a large Pictish work in the form of a horse shoe, hollowed out, but it is uncertain whether it had been a fort, or a tank, or cistern for holding water.
The examiner states that the above is a myth at least there is no knowledge of its whereabouts. There is no such object name in the parish as Fusee.

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