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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOGIE WOOD Logie Wood
Logie Wood
Logie Wood
Mr. William Warrack, Factor, Fintray
Mr. David Milne, Teacher Fintray
Mr. John Cumming, Merchant, Fintray
065 A large wood on the rising ground above Cothal Mills, consisting of beech, ash, and fir; property of Sir William Forbes, Bart. [Baronet]
COTHAL HOUSE Cothal House
Cothal House
Cothal House
Mr. William Warrack
Mr. David Milne
Valuation Roll 1864-5
065 A commodious dwellinghouse of two storeys tenanted by Mr. Pedelty. Property of Sir William Forbes, Bart. [Baronet].
COTHAL MILLS (Yarn) Cothal Mills
Cothal Mills
Cothal Mills
Mr. William Warrack
Mr. David Milne
Valuation Roll 1864-5
065 A large pile of buildings situated close to the river Don. Originally there was a meal mill here and subsequently, when the greater portion of the houses were erected, the manufacture of woollen cloth was carried on; now yarn is the only production. Motive power water. Contiguous to the mill there are a considerable number of dwellinghouses inhabited by the mill workers. Property of Sir William Forbes Bart. [Baronet].

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