List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Rent Receipts
Alexander Jopp. Esqr. Factor
Mr. Alexander Richie. Greenstyle
Valuation Roll 1859-60
061 An ordinary farm house, with offices, garden &c. attached, so called from the adjacent hill of this name, and is the property of Carlos Pedro Gordon Esqr. of Wardhouse.
STONE CELT FOUND HEREABOUTS [Cookshill] Stone Celt (found hereabouts)
Stone Celt (found hereabouts)
Stone Celt (found hereabouts)
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie. The Manse
Mr. Alexander Richie
Mr. John Blackhall Culsh
061 A few years ago the farmer, whilst ploughing this field, found a Stone Celt, or Battleaxe about this place. It was about the ordinary or medium Size and is now in the possession of the minister the Revd. [Reverend] John Christie
Corry Cairn
Corry Cairn
Curry Cairn
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie
Mr. Alexander Richie
Mr. John Blackhall
Mr. Alexander Lawson, Mains of Kildrummy
061 This name applies to an irregular heap of boulder stones, which is called a cairn but how the name originated cannot be satisfactorily ascertained, nor any other particulars connected with it is not known. It is about two or three feet above the Surface

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