List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Valuation Roll
Mr Alexander Chalmers Occupier
Mr Alexander Watt Occupier
029 Indicate the names of two farms, each Consisting of a dwelling house garden and a steading of good farm offices, Situated a little N.W. [North West] of the Mill of Gight, Proprietor, The Earl of aberdeen.
MILL OF GIGHT Mill of Gight
Mill of Gight
Mill of Gight
Valuation Roll
Mr John Walker Occupier
Mr A. Chalmers Milltown
029 a farm consisting of a good dwelling house and garden, and a steading of good farm offices, Attached to the farm is also a Corn Mill, Situated abt. [about] 18. Chains below the conflux of the Little Water and Black Water proprietor, The Earl of Aberdeen.
Little Water
Little Water
Mr John Walker Mill of Gight
Mr Alexander Chalmers Milltown
Mr Alexander Watt Milltown
029 Name of a small River which receives the Burn of Asleed abt. [about] 18. chains above the Mill of Gight where it forms the boundary of Fyvie southward for upwards of a mile where it enters the River Ythan at a well known old name Called the Black Stank, Proprietor, The Earl of Aberdeen.
This small River vizt. the "Little Water" is also known as, and is frequently termed the Black Water. It is also known as the Water of Gight.

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