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EPISCOPAL CHAPEL (Private) [Pitfour House] Episcopal Chapel
Episcopal Chapel
Episcopal Chapel
Colonel Ferguson
Mr. R Porter Stuartfield
Mr. Boyd Merchant
013 This chapel was built for the accommodation of the Pitfour family. It is a neat little building situated a short distance east of Pitfour House. The entrance is at the west gable facing the house.
PITFOUR HOUSE Pitfour House Colonel Ferguson Proprietor
Pratts Buchan
013 "Pitfour House (Admiral Ferguson) is about a mile north of the village. The house and grounds are on a large scale, the former having from time to time received considerable additions. The grounds are strikingly fine containing a lake of forty or fifty acres in extent, shrubberies ornamental flower-gardens, carriage-drives, and winding footpaths, several jets d'eau, and a miniature model of the temple of Theseus. These with the fine old timber, thriving young plantations
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