List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Fingask Shore
Fingask Shore
Mr John Priestly, Chaplehill
James Watt, Watermill
James Paull, Merryhillock
002 This name is applied to the Coast line between the fishing villages of Broadsea & Sandhaven. The coast line is low alternating between rock and sand.
Site of CHAPEL [Chapelhill] Chapel (Site of)
Chapel (Site of)
Mr John Priestly, Chapelhill
Mr James Paull
Mr James Watt
002 "Leaving Fraserburgh by the Back Street, and proceeding by the Banff turnpike for nearly half a mile, we turn off to the old Banff road, near Broadsea, in order to reach the coast line, where in a field on the farm of Chapel Hill, and close by the beach, there formerly stood a religious house. About thirty years ago the tenant, in digging out the foundation, found human bones. This sacriligious invasion of consecrated ground, and disturbance of the dead, is a new feature in the Scottish character, of which we have but little reason to pique ourselves. "
Rev. [Reverend] John B. Pratts, Buchan Page 181

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