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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr John Fowlie Occupier
Mr R. Thomson Cottown
Mr W. Forbes Oldmoss
029 a farm consisting of a dwelling house a farm steading of good offices with Gardens &c situated abt. [about] ½ a mile W. [West] of Gallowhill and bounded on the S. [South] by the farms of Cottown proprietor, The Earl of Aberdeen.
Mr John Fowlie Turfhillock
Mr R. Thomson Cottown
Mr William Forbes Oldmoss
029 a farm consisting of a dwelling house with out houses and garden situated about 30 Chains E. [East] of Turfhillock farm, and a little on the N.E. [North East] Side of the Burn of Stonehouse the proprietor The Earl of Aberdeen.
At this farm, it is said, stood a huge Stone which had large holes, into which was fixed the Gibbet, The Stone was Cut up and carried for the building of the dwelling house of Little Gight Some 30. years ago.
COT-TOWN Cottown
Valuation Roll
Mr William Rennie Occupier
Mr R Thomson Occupier
029 Indicate the names of 9. small farms or Crofts, each with one or more dwellings with out houses and gardens. Some of which are known by the name Cottown of Gight, others by Cottown of Stonehouse, extending to the North of Clognie burn from Clognie House to its conflux with Burn of Stonehouse The proprietor the Earl of Aberdeen.

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