List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
URN FOUND HERE A.D. 1834 [Flinthills] Urn found here (A.D. 1834)
Urn found here (A.D. 1834)
Urn found here (A.D. 1834)
Mr. William Black, Flinthills
Mr. Gordon McDonald, Brainjohn
Mr. George Gray, Andet,
037 A small urn was found here in 1832 by the farmer when filling in a gravel or Sand pit, it was about two feet from the Surface, and about 7 inches deep by 5 inches in diameter at top, and 3 1/2 inches at bottom and contained some ashes, but no bones were found. The urn was broken in taking up.
Crofts of Brainjohn
Crofts of Brainjohn
Mr. Gordon McDonald
Mr. William Black.
Valuation Roll. 1859-60
A.F. Douglas. Esqr. Factor
037 This name applies to Several Cottages or Crofts, having outhouses, gardens, and a few acres of land to each the property of The Right Honble. [Honourable] The Earl of Aberdeen
Back Brainjohn
Back Brainjohn
Valuation Roll.
A.F. Douglas Esqr.
Mrs. William Stephen. Tenant.
037 An ordinary farm house: with offices, garden &c. attached. Known by this name

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Urn found here - The date in the first column is 1834 and it is 1832 in the descriptive text.

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