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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE [Congregational, Stuartfield] Independent Manse
Independent Manse
Independent Manse
The Rev. [Reverend] T. Matheson
Mr. R Porter Stuartfield
Mr. J. Will Bellman
021 A substantial building situated close to the Independent Chapel, and occupied by the Rev. [Reverend] T. Matheson minister of the same.
MANSE [U.P., Stuartfield] U.P. Manse
U.P. Manse
U.P. Manse
Mr. Boyd Merchant Stuartfield
Mr Smith Merchant Stuartfield
Mr E. Hall Merchant Stuartfield
021 A large and substantial building, situated at the south side of the square, and on the west side of the street, leading to Crichie House. Occupied by the Reverend J. Hendry.
Mr. Robert Porter Stuartfield
Mr. Smith Merchant Stuartfield
Mr. Boyd Merchant Stuartfield
021 Applies to a village situated about a mile and a quarter south of the village of Old Deer. At one time this village was known by the name of Crichie, the old name has been given up for Stuartfield, it is named after the proprietor. The principal street runs about due north and south
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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Old Deer

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