List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. William Bisset, Farmer
Francis Edmond Esq. Factor
Mr. J. Bisset, Inverury
Lease Papers & Title Deeds of Estate (Dated 1745)
Valuation Roll
Stone dated 1629 in Inverury graveyard
054 A substantial farmsteading with offices and garden attached; property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] the Earl of Kintore. A Corn and Barley Mill is attached to this farmsteading, to which the inhabitants of the Burgh of Inverury are bound to bring their grain for grinding.
SCULPTURED STONE AT CASKIE BEN FOUND HERE A.D. 1853 054 This Object fully described in Name Books of Kintore & Keith-hall & Kinkell Parishes

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Parish of Inverury

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The legend of Meriorie Elphinstone being buried, but waking when the gravedigger tried to pull her ring off is related on the stone with the date 1629.

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Kate51- Moderator, Lochaberlass, Geoffrey M Gill

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