List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Lochlundie Moss
Lochlundie Moss
Mr George Clark. Girnel (Ground Officer)
Estate Plan 1784-1792.
Mr James Rennie, Girnel
039 A very extensive peat moss, so called It is now pretty well drained, and by no means so wet and marshy as formerly and it supplies nearly all the parish with peats. The property of Captain Gordon of Cluny Castle.
MINISTER'S MOSS Minister's Moss
Minister's Moss
Minister's Moss
Estate Plan
Mr George Clark.
Mr James Rennie.
039 A portion of Lochlundie Moss. So called from being set apart. for the Minister's use. and marked out by Stones. lettered and numbered.
BROWNHILL QUARRY Brownhill Quarry (Granite)
Brownhill Quarry (Granite)
Brownhill Quarry (Granite)
Mr George Clark.
Mr James Rennie
Mr William Donaldson. Cornhill
039 A small granite quarry, so Called from being on the farm of Brownhill. It is pricipally used for building purposes upon this estate.

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