List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BARNET'S HALL Barnet's Hall
Barnet's Hall
Barnet's Hall
Collections of Aberdeenshire 1843.
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie. The Manse
Mr. John Blackhall. Culsh
061 "The Great Hall, or (as some think) an immense vault underneath it, is an open Shell, of 66 feet by 36. It is on the north side, and has had a row of windows overlooking the ravine," vide L. Duncan's Pamphlet.
"On the north side of the close is the remains of a most glorious hall, in form of an oblong Square, more than sixty feet in length and about forty broad, with large arched windows. This is called Barnet's Hall." vide Collections of Aberdeenshire 1843 Page 590.
Castle Cottage
Castle Cottage
Revd. [Reverend] John Christie
Mr. John Blackhall.
Mr. Alexander Lawson. Mains of Kildrummy
061 A small lodge or Cottage with outhouses garden &c. attached so called from being near to the Castle, it is occupied by the forester &c.

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