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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPELHAUGH Chapelhaugh
Chapelhaugh
Chapelhaugh
Mr. John Duncan Occupier
Mr. Andrew Duncan Occupier
Mr. Alexander Smith Gowkstone
029 A small farm Consisting of a dwelling house and Garden and a steading of Farm offices situated a little north of the Co. [County] Road and about 8. Chains E. [East] of Waterloo Bridge across the LittleWater. Proprietor, The Earl of Aberdeen.
WOOD OF WARDFORD Wood of Wardford
Wood of Wardford
Wood of Wardford
Mr. S. Simpson Wardford
Mr. John Duncan Chapelhaugh
Mr. Alexander Smith Gowkstone.
029 Name of a plantation which is bounded on the South by the Farm of Wardford and on the N.W. [North West] by the River ythan, or abt. [about] 20. C. [Chains] W. [West] of the Conflux of the Little Water with River Ythan, and at an occupation Road the name Changes to that of the "Braes of Haddo" Extending North Eastward for abt. [about] a mile where it terminates at the river opposite Milltown Farm - Proprietor, The Earl of Aberdeen
GOWKSTONE Gowkstone
Gowkstone
Gowkstone
Valuation Roll
Mr. Alexander Smith Occupier
Mr. J. Duncan Chapelhaugh
029 a well known old name of a farm consisting of a dwelling house with a Garden and out houses Situated abt. [about] 20. chains E. [East] of Chapelhaugh farm Proprietor, The Earl of Aberdeen.
POLICE STATION [nr Gowkstone] Police Station
Police Station
Police Station
Mr. A Peatrie. Newseat
Mr. A. Beaton Newseat
Constable Forsyth Occupier
029 A residence for a County Constable, having a garden attached.

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