List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SITE OF CHAPEL & BURIAL GROUND Chapel and Burying Ground
Chapel and Burying Ground
Chapel and Burying Ground
Mr. Russell of Aden
W. Russell Kininmonth
Mrs Ogston, Turryfield
014 The site of this Ancient place is about half a mile E. [East] of Kininmonth, Said to have been in existence before the reformation. About twenty years ago a skeleton was removed from beneath a tombstone, within the mound, in a good state of preservation.
No dedicatory name can be traced. Known more than a hundred years ago as the "Old Chapel of Kininmonth" On the propy. [property] of Mr. Russell.
"The site of the old chapel of Kininmonth, on the south border of the parish of Lonmay, at about a couple of miles from Logie, may still be pointed out. In a "Description of the parish of Lonmay A.D. MDCC.XXII. [Anno Domini 1722]," among Macfarlane's Geographical M.S. [Manuscript] collections, this chapel is mentioned: "Half a mile to the east of Kininmonth ther is the remains of and old chappell and a burial place, though now in desutude" "Pratt's Buchan"
Mrs Ogston, Tenant,
Mr. Massy, Myngfield,
County Map
014 A fine Farm house and Steading, with Garden attd. [attached] Propy. [Property] of Mr. Russell Aden
TERRYFIELD [1895] John Sleigh, Factors Office, Strichen Mains 014 For 1" purposes only, see Index 1895
Mr. Massy, Tenant,
Valuation Roll
014 A small Croft, outhouses & garden attached.

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