List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OVERTOWN OF BRUXIE Overtown of Bruxie
Overtown of Bruxie
Overtown of Bruxie
Anne Smith Occupier
Mr. William Hardy Howe of Bruxie
Mr. Alexander Cruickshank Cairndale
021 Applies to a farm steading with dwelling house &c. situated about 3/4 mile north east of New Maud and about 3 1/4 miles north west from the village of Old Deer; the property of Col. [Colonel] Ferguson Pitfour.
HOWE OF BRUXIE Howe of Bruxie
Howe of Bruxie
Howe of Bruxie
Mr. William Hardy Occupier
Mr. A. Cruickshank Cairndale
Mr. John Wilson Mill of Clackriach
021 Applies to a small farm steading situated a short distance east of the farm of Overtown of Bruxie; the property of Col. [Colonel] Ferguson. Pitfour House
Old Maud Bridge
Old Maud Bridge
Mr. John Gray Bank
Mr. George Aiken Mill of Old Maud
Mr. W. Hardy Howe of Bruxie
021 Applies to a stone bridge across the South Ugie about 3 miles west of the village of Old Deer & deriving its name from the Mill of Old Maud which once stood close by in the parish of New Deer

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Old Deer Parish

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