List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LEOCHEL AND CUSHNIE Leochel and Cushnie
Leochel and Cushnie
Leochel Cushnie
Lochel Cushnie
Leochel Cushnie
Leochel and Cushnie
Leochel and Cushnie
Cushnie and Leochel
Cushnie and Leochel
Leochel Cushnie
Leochel and Cushnie
Leochel and Cushnie
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] A. Taylor. Manse.
Mr. James Reid, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster & Registrar.
Parish Register for 1820
Parish Register for1830
Parish Register for 1863.
New Statistical Account
Oliver & Boyd's Almanack
Philips' County Atlas
Johnston's County Map
Old Statistical Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Sheriff's List
Revd. [Reverend] H.T. Lumsden, Cushnie House
Mr. R. Ferris Ground Officer
Valuation Roll for 1859-60
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The surface of Leochel is hilly. Cushnie lies at the head of a large open glen, and is mountainous and rocky. The soil in the valleys here are a strong and fertile clay, on the hill sides, a rich and equally fertile loam. The parish is, for the most part, arable and well cultivated; but the hill tops are chiefly covered with heath, and abound with various Kind of game. The parish contains about 12860 Statute Acres
There are no Detached portions of this parish, nor are there any detached portions of another parish situated within it.

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