List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of CASTLE [Oldmaud] Old-maud-Castle (Site of)
Old-maud-Castle (Site of)
Old-maud-Castle (Site of)
Mr George Still (Pitfoskie)
Mr James Annand (Littlehill)
Mr Andrew Milne (Denbrae)
021 Applies to a site of Old Castle, on rising ground; every vestige or trace being almost destroyed, by the railway passing through it, it was said to be the residence of Earl Marischal, at a remote period, but is now the property of Gordon's Hospital.
DEN OF OLDMAUD Den of Old-Maud
Den of Old-Maud
Den of Old-Maud
Mr George Still (Pitfoskie)
Mr James (Annand) Littlehill
Mr Andrew Milne (Denbrae)
021 Applies to a considerable valley where the Railway passes through, it extends from Littlehill South for about ¾ of a mile, and has a belt of mixed wood on its East side for about ½ mile.
Place Croft
Place Croft
Rent Receipt
Mr Hendry. Occupier
Mr Fowlie. Mid Culsh
021 A small farmsteading, situated a little east of Mains of Oldmaud, Deriving this name from its proximity to what was, according to tradition, the "Manor Place," or "Castle of Oldmaud," Built, in the offices are several dressed stones, evidently taken from an older, and superior building. Said to be from this Manor, or Castle.
STONE CIST FOUND [Place Croft] Stone cist found here
Stone cist found here
Mr Hendry. Place Croft.
Mr George Kerr Old Maud.
021 The late farmer of Oldmaud in removing the soil from an eminence, or knoll, in field about 13 chains south of Place Croft, discovered a Stone Cist containing human remains. The lid was raised and now stands on the spot, an upright stone 4ft [feet] in height.

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