List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KILDRUMMY Parish of Kildrummy
Parish of Kildrummy
Parish of Kildrummy
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Christie, Kildrummy
Mr. John Blackhall, Culsh,
Mr. Reid, Wester Clova
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Contd. [Continued] is carried widening out on the South of this valley so as to extend from the point where the Miltown burn falls into the Don to the Den of Kildrummy In many portions of this area there is an accumulation more or less deep of Drift. The general Geological Formation of the east of the Parish is Mica schist, with patches of Granite, and veins of Quartz and Porphyry.
Besides the church of Kildrummy dedicated to St. Bride, there was another forming the church of the old parish of Clova, the seat of a Culdee Monastery, and most probably dedicated to St. Molloch, (the holy well in its neighbourhood being still called Sammiluak's Well). Some remains of the chapel and burying ground still exist, as well as the ancient Font, now in the garden at Clova House In vol. [volume] 2 part 3 of the proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is the following paragraph. "The church of Mortlach (founded
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