List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHURCH [Cairness] Church
Revr. [Reverend] Charles Gibbon D.D. [Doctor of Divinity]
Mr. G Robertson Schoolmaster Lonmay
Mr. Charles Morrison. Savoch
008 An oblong edifice, being the parish church, date of erection inscribed on front "1787."
"The Parish Church stands near the S.E [South East] corner of the park of Cairness. It is a neat building much in the style of the latter part of the last century". "Buchan" by the Revr. [Reverend] -- Pratt M.A. [Master of Arts]
MANSE [parish, Cairness] Manse
Revr. [Reverend] Charles Gibbon D.D. [Doctor of Divinity]
Mr. Robertson
Mr. C Morrison.
008 A substantial dwelling, with offices attached, and situated a little north of the above.
CHURCH (Ruin) [Cairness] Church (Remains)
Church (Remains)
Church (Remains)
Mr. George Robertson
Mr. Charles Morrison
Mr. Smith. Corskelly.
008 In graveyard immediately adjoining the Manse are the remains of the old parish church, composed of a small portion of the wall, about 10ft [feet] long and 8ft. [feet] high, here stood the church after its removal from St. Combs. A Stone in end of the remains bears the following inscription. "This house was built for the worship of God by the parish of Lonmay 1607. Mr. Thomas Rires being Minr. [Minister] their and 3 years before at the Old Church" ++&c.

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