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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHURCH [Strichen] Church
Church
Church
Revr [Reverend[ Charles Stewart
Mr James Chalmers
John Sleigh Esqr Factor
013 An oblong edifice, built in 1799, being the parish church with graveyard attached.
CHURCH (Ruin) Aisle
Aisle
Aisle
Aisle
Revr [Reverend] Charles Stewart
Mr James Chalmers
Mr Sievewright Strichen
Mr George Mackie West Street
013 An old building (in good repair) situated in the above churchyard. Said by the authorities quoted to have been the Aisle of the former church, underneath is a vault, formerly the place of interment of the Frasers of Strichen.
"In the churchyard stands a repaired old building, which is conjectured to be the Aisle of the former church, built after Strichen, or Strath Ugie, was erected into a parish, or about the year 1620, under Bishop Patrick Forbes, by Fraser of Strichen"
Description of Formartine and Buchan Railway
Reprinted from Banffshire Journal

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13.3 -- Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Strichen

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