List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MAINS OF GLENBUCKET Mains of Glenbucket
Mains of Glenbucket
Mains of Glenbucket
Valuation Roll
William Smith Occupier
Mr J.E. Douglas Buchaam
060 Comprising of a Commodious dwelling house with large office houses and garden detached Situated about a mile E.S.E. [East South East] of Ben Newe and at the Castle of Glenbucket. The property of the Earl of Fife.
GLENBUCKET CASTLE (In Ruins) Glenbucket Castle (In ruins)
Glenbucket Castle (In ruins)
Glenbucket Castle (In ruins)
Rev: [Reverend] John Brennan Kirkton
Mr James Cameron Schoolmaster Glenbucket
Mr J.E. Douglas Buchaam
060 Situated about three chains N [North] of the Mains of Glenbucket, as is said to be in ruins more or less for upwards of a Century The walls are mostly up and although of a softish Red Sand Stone are Still in a good preservation. The date of erection I could not ascertain for Certainty. The lower appartments as is usually the Case in Such buildings, are arched over in strong stonework. On the outside of a door lintel are inserted the following viz Hellen Carnege Done 1590 This however might have been a wing added to the former It is Said to have been belonging to the Gordons at this date, and that a mention is made in some record of a Hellen Douglas viz Widow Gordon and 5 Sons were living in the Castle in the year 1696 It is also Said that a Gordon the proprietor of it having taken a part in the Rebellion of 1745 and after Culloden field day he became an [outcast] and that he witnessed from a neighbouring hill the Royalists burning the Castle to the ground etc. etc. The property of the Earl of Fife.

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