List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
METHLICK [parish] Parish of Methlick Mr. Grant, Banker, Methlick
Mr. Marshall, Farmer, Skilmanae
Mr. Black, Schoolmaster Cairnorrie
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Parish of Methlick
Continued -- Situate at the junction of the brook Ebrie with the Ythan, and the six ploughs from its Extent, as measured in olden times by so many ploughs. The south-east division of Methlick is wholly occupied by the policies of Haddo House, remarkable for their extent and beauty. In a northerly direction there is a considerable tract of barren land, "(now nearly all reclaimed)", the hills of Balquhindachy, Belnagoak, and Skilmoney being to a great extent covered with heath. A rivulet called the Water of Gight, or the black water, or the Little Water, "(the latter is the best known name)" separates the parish of Methlick on the west from Fyvie, and Monquhitter and New Deer. Another burn called the water of Kelly from its running through the land, and near the house of Kelly or Haddo House. The springs in this parish are numerous and perennial, and the water thereof is of excellent quality. About
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