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Brick Lodge
Brick Lodge
Rev. [Reverend] Charles Priestly
Mr William Howdon
Mr James Burnett Tenant
003 A plain brick building two Storeys Slated & in good repair, situated at the South end of the Town.
" The total wreck of the Danish fleet is an historical fact, which, I believe is sufficiently Authenticated: at all events the memory of it is preserved by tradition in the neighbourhood where it happened. The remarkable circumstance of the dream was frequently related by the late Bishop Jolly, who received it from the communication of the late Hon. [Honourable] Miss Anne Fraser of the Brick Lodge, who was born in 1719 and died at Fraserburgh in 1807, and as a little girl was an inmate of the Castle when the event happened." "Copied from a M.S. [Manuscript] in the library of John Gordon Esq of Cairnbulg"
"Pratts Buchan"
page 181.

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Parish of Fraserburgh

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